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Staying in on Oscars night with a bottle of Prosecco and a spread of bodega snacks is tempting, sure, but some emotions (the thrill when an actress refuses to finger-walk the mani cam, the outrage that The Lego Movie's Oscars snub inspires) are best experienced in a crowd. That's why we rounded up ten places where you can watch the ceremony this Sunday-from venues with Joan Rivers impersonators (who will ask you who you're wearing) to big-screen indie theaters and bars that don't shy away from questionably-named, nominee-themed drinks (like the Benedict CumberPickleback, for example).Read More