Everything The Celebs Will Eat At The Golden Globes On Sunday

Awards season kicks off this Sunday with the 74th annual Golden Globes. We may not yet know who will be taking home the awards, but we do know what the celebs will be munching on while they watch it all unfold.

According to People
, the Beverly Hilton's executive chef, Alberico Nunziata, has put together a three-course menu for the evening. We certainly hope all the stars leave some room in their gowns and tuxedos, because there's going to be a lot of food, and it all looks too good to pass up. Really, with a menu like this, everyone will be going home a winner.

Try not to be too jealous of this meal because you know, come Sunday evening, you'll be watching from the couch while eating leftover Chinese food and drinking an $8 bottle of André. Instead, take comfort in the fact that at least you'll be in your PJs and not four layers of spanks and six-inch heels. Still, even that might be worth a menu like this. Check out what Nunziata has planned for the Golden Globes, ahead.
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The first course is a fresh arugula salad tossed with sliced golden beets, watermelon radish, grapefruit, and goat cheese sprinkled on top. Golden beets at the Golden Globes, how clever.
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Surf n' Turf will be presented next. The main course comes with both Chilean sea bass and filet mignon. As if that weren't enough, this plate has plenty more to offer, including sun-dried tomato pesto, porcini mushrooms, parmesan risotto, and broccoli rabe.
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And, for dessert — the most important part of the night — celebs will get three different bites. A three-layer almond cake with orange mascarpone cream, an amaretto vanilla cream-filled profiterole, and a chocolate gianduja crunch bar. Oh, to be able to try just one of these.
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Perhaps just as exciting as what the A-listers will be eating is what they'll be sipping. Of course, there will be plenty of Moët & Chandon — 125 cases, according to People — but this year there will also be a special champagne cocktail crafted by Olivia Culpo. The "Moët Diamond," as it's called, is made with Moët, orange liqueur, and cherry bitters, and is garnished with an orange twist and stick of rock candy. This diamond might be just as good as all the Harry Winstons the stars will be wearing.
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