By InStyle Staff
Feb 28, 2018 @ 6:00 pm
Antonio Diaz

This Sunday, the cream of the Hollywood crop will descend on Hollywood's Dolby Theatre for the 90th annual Academy Awards. They will give teary-eyed speeches, they will brave disappointing losses, they will show off their beautiful dresses and tuxes, and then they will eat. A lot. The official post-Oscars celebration is, of course, the Governors Ball, and this year it will play host to 1,500 guests. Hungry ones. And just like the last 20-plus years, chef Wolfgang Puck is poised and ready to feed them.

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Antonio Diaz

Among the highlights of the now-legendary party are a 2,600 pound sculpted ice raw bar, 7,500 shrimp, 200 pounds of Brussels sprouts, 20 gallons of house-made gelato, and 1,000 individual plated desserts—and that's just the beginning. Scroll through for a full breakdown of the menu. 

  • 300 lbs Miyazaki wagyu beef
  • 6,500 pieces wood-fired Oscar-shaped flat bread
  • 350 lbs Atlantic bigeye tuna
  • 20 lbs wild-caught yellowtail
  • 15 kg caviar
  • 7,500 shrimp
  • 250 Maine lobster
  • 800 stone crab claws
  • 30 gal house-made cocktail sauce
  • 50 whole yellowtail snapper
  • 100 lbs scallops
  • 450 lbs house-smoked salmon
  • 500 whole black bass
  • 300 lbs eggplant
  • 400 homemade pizzas
  • 1,000 hibiscus flowers
  • 100 lbs Snake River Farms beef
  • 125 lbs aged Vermont cheddar cheese
  • 100 lbs five-year aged white cheddar
  • 1,500 Yukon gold potatoes
  • 35 lbs winter black truffles from Burgundy
  • 1,000 lbs Pasturebird chicken
  • 3,500 pieces house-made seeded lavash flatbread
  • 2,375 house-made pretzel bites
  • 3,500 Fleur de Sel breadsticks
  • 6,000 mini brioche buns
  • 4,500 hand-made agnolotti ravioli
  • 200 lbs Brussels sprouts
  • 200 lbs cavatappi pasta
  • 15,000 hand-made vegan campanelle
  • 200 lbs asparagus
  • 200 lbs white asparagus
  • 350 florets cauliflower
  • 3,000 multi-color baby beets
  • 800 pieces passion fruit marshmallow rocher
  • 1000 house-made chocolate bonbons
  • 30 kg Callebaut Ruby chocolate
  • 15 large sheets housemade chocolate bark
  • 20 gal housemade gelato
  • 12 gal seasonal sorbets
  • 1,050 handmade waffle cones
  • 5 gal homemade hot fudge
  • 2,550 cocktail-flavored macarons
  • 2,000 assorted cookies
  • 1 ton of 70 percent Fleur de Cao Cacao Barry
  • 30 lbs edible gold dust
  • 100,000 pieces dark chocolate couverture pistoles
  • 7,170 chocolate Oscars
  • 10 gal housemade kombucha
  • 2,400 bottles Francis Ford Coppola wine
  • 1,500 bottles Piper-Heidsieck champagne

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Bon appetit, indeed.