This is What Celebs Will Be Eating During the Golden Globes at The Beverly Hilton
Awards season has officially begun and all eyes will be on the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills this Sunday when it hosts the 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards inside its iconic International Ballroom--for the 42nd time.
Sadly for all you
celeb stalkers film enthusiasts, rooms at the hotel are entirely sold-out but we have the next best thing for you--the menu for the awards ceremony. So not only can you dissect what your favorite starlets are wearing on the red carpet, you can also dissect what they will be "eating" during the awards show. (We have to assume that those in tight dresses might refrain.)
The Beverly Hilton's executive hotel chef, Suki Sugiura, and the Executive Pastry Chef, Thomas Henzi, have spent six months creating a menu that mixes local California ingredients with global flavors sure to appeal to the show's international attendees. Here's the menu, course by course:
Appetizers: Pistachio Crusted Pistou Ravioli with Wild Arugula, Smoked Tomato, Kabocha Compote and Burrata
Entree: Combination Entrée of Miso & Sake Lees Marinated Pacific Sea Bass with Grilled King Oyster Mushroom and Braised Prime Short Rib of Beef with Porcini Pine Nut Herb Ragout in a Light Cream of Sherry Wine Ginger Tamari Sauce, Roasted Fingerling Potatoes, Candy Striped Beets, Baby Bok Choy & Yellow Baby Carrots
Dessert: Chocolate Delice Almond Crunch Terrine with Acacia Honey, Caramel & Fresh Berries paired with Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage 2002.
Sounds delish, especially the Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage 2002.
As we mentioned above, the hotel is sold-out. But if you're insistent on being close to the action, the Maison 140 hotel, just a couple of (walkable) blocks away has rooms open on Sunday night starting at $270 a night for a Parisian Queen room.