Award show season is back again, which means it’s time to place your bets on whether “Lady Bird,” “The Post” or “Dunkirk" will take home the most wins.
Next up are the Golden Globes, airing at 8 p.m. Jan. 7 on NBC and via online streams, with red carpet interviews beginning at 7 p.m.
Even if you have cable, why sit at home? Grab a friend and head out to watch the awards show and experience speeches and awkward moments with others — and a pint in hand.
Atwood Sports Bar and Lounge
Watch the awards show drinking a "Host Meyers," Meyers rum with lime juice, simple syrup and bitters, or a "Golden Globe," made with Tanqueray Gin, cucumber, mint and lime -- each $10. (986 Second Ave., Manhattan, atwoodny.com)
Starting at 7 p.m., Parklife will take your predictions for a chance to win a prize and offer a number of drink specials -- "to keep things classy," per the bar -- while the show is underway. (636 DeGraw St., Brooklyn, parklifebk.com)
The combination bar, theater and kitchen space will be screening the Golden Globes in its bar area with drink specials to match, starting at 7 p.m. It'll also run a winners prediction contest that's free to enter. Bets must be completed before the first award is announced. (40 Bogart St., Brooklyn, syndicatedbk.com)
Enjoy a couple of cocktails inside Videology's small screening room or out in the main bar while you watch celebrities stroll down the red carpet and host Seth Meyers ham it up at the Golden Globes. Head to the bar early to grab a seat in the screening room -- doors open at 7 p.m.
(308 Bedford Ave., Brooklyn, videologybarandcinema.com)
Nitehawk Cinema/Lo-Res Bar
The Brooklyn theater, which is currently playing Golden Globe-nominated films "I, Tonya," "Lady Bird" and "The Disaster Artist," will be serving up its winter menu alongside the award show in its Lo-Res bar around 7 p.m. Sip on a local brew or cocktail while watching the winners take the stage. Tables are first-come first-served.
(136 Metropolitan Ave., Brooklyn, nitehawkcinema.com)
If you'd like to watch in style this year, Ocean Prime, a restaurant and lounge in midtown, is offering a special viewing party in its lounge with themed cocktails from 8 to 11 p.m. Order from a menu that includes "Stranger Things" with Belvedere Citrus Vodka with berries and Domaine Chandon Brut 17, "Big Little Ryes," which is a crimson rye, the "Master of Rum" rum punch and more. There will also be complimentary truffle popcorn if you get peckish. Those who cast a prediction ballot can win a $150 gift card toward a meal at the restaurant.
(123 W. 52nd St., Manhattan, ocean-prime.com)
The Golden Globes will be playing on The VNYL's large, 36-foot-tall HD screen on its main floor. Grab a cocktail, like its Moet champagne snipes and some treats while you watch the award show. This year's theme is 1970s glam.
(100 Third Ave., Manhattan, thevnyl.com)