Where to Watch the 90th Academy Awards in NYC

Want to tune in to the 90th Academy Awards on Sunday, but don't want to watch by your lonesome?

You're not alone! These New York City spots are offering everything from trivia, drinking games and movie-themed menu items.

Check out the best places to watch the 2018 Oscars below:

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At Videology Bar & Cinema in Brooklyn, drinking games will begin right after the red carpet commences at 6 p.m., with the ceremony starting at 7 p.m.
At Ocean Prime New York , enjoy the Oscars while sipping on specialty cocktails named in honor of this year’s nominees and munch on complimentary truffle popcorn. Attendees can even fill out a special awards ballot with their predictions for the chance to win a $150 gift card to the restaurant.
Located on the 15th floor of Hotel Indigo on the Lower East Side, Mr. Purple , offers a of the 90th Academy Awards party surrounded by sweeping 360-degree views of Manhattan. On the night of the show, voting ballets will be open for guests, and the winner of the contest will win a movie night out on the town, including dinner, drinks and movie passes for 2.
This year marks the Skint’s fourth annual free screening party of the Academy Awards, at Littlefield, where Oscar-nominated "The Big Sick" was filmed!
Watch the biggest moment in film this year on Irvington’s huge projection screen in their main dining room. Located at the W Union Square, Irvington is offering up themed cocktails for a discounted $15 and complimentary popcorn for patrons coming to enjoy the big night in film.
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Caveat , a Lower East Side speakeasy which normally hosts science talks, concerts, comedy shows and trivia competition, will throw the sixth annual "The Big Oscars Quiz Thing," in which teams will compete in a pre-screening multimedia movie-trivia game show for fun and prizes.
Catch the Oscars in style at The Roof at Viceroy Central Park, which gives guests views overlooking the entire park. Guests will have options between film-themed cocktails and complimentary popcorn. They will also host the annual Pick the Winners Contest, where guests can make their Oscar predictions by filling out a ballot prior to the start of the awards ceremony and be entered for a chance win prizes.
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Join the Oscars viewing party at Syndicated , a bar, theater and restaurant where you can eat in the screening room. The event is ticketed ($10 a seat in the dining room, $15 per in the theater).Syndicated is also offering 4 VIP booths, champagne included (for $150 each). The night will include an Oscar prediction contest, with free drinks and prizes going to the winners!
At The People's Improv Theater guests can watch the show with a handful of comedian hosts, while walking the the carpet, hanging out in the photobooth, playing movie trivia, and entering for a chance to win prizes in the annual ballot contest.
Catch the Oscars at The VNYL multi-level restaurant and bar in the East Village, which will be screening the awards, projected on two massive 36 ft. screens with surround sound. Sip on themed hand-crafted cocktails for a discounted $12 and enjoy complimentary popcorn, which come in multiple flavors.
Brand new Midtown spot, The Rag Trader , will be screening this year’s Academy Awards on a large projection screen in their main dining room. Swing by for nominee-themed cocktails, bites, and the potential to win much much more. The restaurant will be hosting an Oscar ballot competition costing $10 to participate and whoever guesses the most categories correctly will be going home with the full cash pot.
At Nitehawk Cinema, the "Ultra Mega Oscars" party in Williamsburg, experience the photo booth, free giveaways, a prize for best dressed and, of course, tableside food and beverages inspired by the nominated films, all for $30.
The Happiest Hour, in the West Village will be hosting an Oscars viewing party and streaming the event live. In celebration of the event, they will also be offering a signature cocktail inspired by old Hollywood glam.
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