Maybe she's vying to be the East Coast Lisa Vanderpump?
Real Housewives of New York star Ramona Singer has revealed that she's expanding her growing business empire and looking to open a restaurant in the near future.
In addition to her wine brand and her Tru Renewal skin care line, Ramona has confirmed that she'll soon be a restaurateur.
"The show is still going strong, and the girls and I will continue to be our crazy, lovable selves as long as our fans continue to watch us," she told Entrepreneur. "I am excited about my new project though: I have a new business partner that wants to open a restaurant with me to showcase the Ramona Wines I have with Opici. We are looking at locations in Midtown East right now - but I can't say much more than that for now."
While she was light on details, the star did share how appearing on Real Housewives Of New York has helped shape her business empire.
"I would have to say that the single-most important factor would be the audience," she said. "The show has loyal viewers who over the years have become loyal fans, and in turn, loyal customers. Clearly, the conversion of fans/viewers to potential clients and customers is the biggest asset being on the show has provided over the years in terms of retention of customers. I'm not saying that without the show I wouldn't have been able to successfully launch my wines with Opici or my skin care line, but by having a presence on the show, I have reached a much larger demographic."