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Good Day New York Oscar party

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NEW YORK (MYFOXNY) - Good Day New York got a jump start on the Academy Awards show on Sunday with a soiree in celebration of the movie industry's biggest night.

From the swag bags, to the food, drinks and even an actual Oscar award, GDNY had it all on Friday.

On Sunday, March 2, Chef Daniel Boulud's flagship restaurant DANIEL will host the official East Coast screening party for The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences.

Head Bartender Arnaud Dissais created a signature Red Carpet Cocktail for the evening's event, and provided the recipe for those watching the Oscars at home.

The Red Carpet

Makes 1

1 oz. vodka

1 oz. bergamot juice

2 tsp. pear jam

1 tsp. ground galangal root

½ oz. simple syrup

1 egg white

Bitters, in a spray bottle

In a cocktail shaker without ice, combine first six ingredients and shake until emulsified. Add ice cubes and shake until chilled. Strain into a chilled martini glass and spritz cocktail with bitters.

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Thanks to Classic Party Rentals who provided the tables and beautiful linens for Good Day's Oscar party. Classic Party Rentals services the New York area, offering a full line of rental products for all parties.

(201) 809-4840 New Jersey showroom

(212) 752-7661 New York showroom

(631) 726-6682

www.classicpartyrentals.com


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