Dine Out Like REAL HOUSEWIVES OF NEW YORK CITY
For over eight years, fans of the Real Housewives of New York City have followed their adventures around the city and beyond. We have rounded up some of their favorite hotspots and now's your your chance to dine and dance like your favorite housewife.
In Season 8: Episode 7, Luanne de Lesseps, Sonja Morgan Ramona Singer filmed a dinner scene at SUSHI ROXX. Recently, John Mahdessian celebrated his birthday with longtime love Dorinda Medley at SUSHI ROXX. The pair noshed on favorites like Wild Ginger Edamame and Tuna Flatbread Pizza. SUSHI ROXX is located within The Tuscany Hotel in Midtown East. It provides a completely new after-dark take on dinner theater. Diners are invited to experience a nightly spectacle where waiters and waitresses take orders before morphing into the night¹s stars, singing and dancing. DWTS alumni Karina Smirnoff was brought on board to choreograph the 4th show "ROXX: RELOADED" which debuted in July. Visit: http://www.sushiroxxnyc.com/.
Sonja Morgan and Dr. Christopher Calapai celebrated their Social Life Magazine Labor Day issue cover at Beautique. And Sonja Morgan and Ramona Singer kicked off Season 8 with a fancy party at the Midtown hotspot. Beautique is a modern American restaurant located in midtown New York City is just steps from the iconic Plaza Hotel, Central Park, and next door to the Paris Theater. The modern American menu showcases market-fresh ingredients and classic technique. Beautique is frequented by celebrities in entertainment, music and tastemakers from around the world. The sprawling space features a sleek and romantic decor that channels the spirit of Coco Chanel. If New York City nightlife is what you're after, after the kitchen closes, The Lounge at Beautique becomes one of the hottest nightclubs in New York City. With internationally renowned music entertainment and DJ's, a great time and experience is assured. Visit: http://www.beautiquedining.com/.
Ramona Singer made Howl at the Moon her date night spot back in March bringing a male companion there for the evening to listen to the by request show Howl's house band puts on every Tuesday - Saturday night. The two even made a point to request a song, Roxette's "Listen to Your Heart." Howl at the Moon's newest location is in the heart of Times Square at 240 W. 52nd Street. Their motto is part bar, part concert, all fun. The musicians are second-to-none, playing five instruments each to anything your heart desires and the vocalists are Broadway level amazing. You can get a night of entertainment along with some killer cocktails and delicious nosh to go with it all in the heart of the theater district without plunking down tickets for orchestra seats. This Manhattan outpost is Howl at the Moon's 18th location and the company just celebrated 25 years in the business in 2015. Visit: http://www.howlatthemoon.com/.
Countess Luann de Lesseps attended the Celebrity Page Launch & Upfront Party at Bagatelle in May 2016. She was quoted saying she is a huge fan of Bagatelle on Mondays. Bagatelle is a contemporary French Mediterranean restaurant founded in 2008 by hospitality entrepreneurs AymEric Clemente and Remi Laba. With locations in New York, Miami Beach, St. Tropez, St. Barth, Dubai, Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo, the brand takes an authentic French dining experience worldwide. The brand's motto, "joie de vivre," influences their ingredient-driven and high-energy ambiance, showing guests that "joie de vivre" is not just a saying, it is a lifestyle. Visit: www.bistrotbagatelle.com.
Photo Credit: Andrew Werner