Awards show season is in full swing with the Golden Globes
airing on Sunday, and ET's Carly Steel got a sneak peek at what the stars will be eating and drinking as they wait to hear which of them will go home with the gold.
The Beverly Hilton's Executive Chef Alberico Nunziata described this year's theme as "Italian meets California," while revealing the items on the menu.
According to Nunziata, more than 800 pounds of Chilean sea bass, 4,000 pounds of vegetables and 600 pounds of filet mignon with a mushroom risotto will be served to the 1,300 guests.
After the main course, attendees will be treated to dessert handled by Pastry Chef Thomas Henzi.
"Everybody loves chocolate, so we always include it," Henzi said. "The nominees and the presenters eat before the awards ceremony starts, so some still want to look very svelte in their dresses when they go up on stage. This won't show up till Tuesday, so they can clean the plate."
And stars will have plenty of bubbly to wash it all down with. Olivia Culpo tells ET the guests will have access to 1,500 Moet minis, 500 signature cocktails and 125 cases of Moet & Chandon -- the official champagne of the Golden Globes.
The 74th Golden Globes, hosted by Jimmy Fallon, will be handed out live on Sunday, Jan. 8, starting at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.