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Visit All the Restaurants Seen on The Real Housewives Of New York City Season 14

From cheese-gate to caviar woes, food is a major focus in Season 14 of The Real Housewives of New York City. Let's check out all the eateries visited by the cast.

By Caitlin Schunn

The lights, the traffic, the crowds  — New York City is known for many things, and excellent food is one of them. There’s no shortage of restaurants, shops, bodegas and even street food vendors, and Brynn Whitfield, Sai de Silva, Erin Lichy, Jenna Lyons, Ubah Hassan and Jessel Taank of The Real Housewives of New York City are helping us dive right into the culinary delights to be found all over the Big Apple.

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These are the restaurants the RHONY women have visited in Season 14.

Where Did the RHONY Ladies Go in Episode 14?

The Housewives traveled to one last restaurant in Season 14 to celebrate Brynn’s birthday: Cucina Alba. Brynn noted the restaurant belonged to a “dear friend,” making it the perfect place to host her bash.

The restaurant’s private event space was decorated just for Brynn’s soiree, with masks and balloons aiding the theme. A large charcuterie board was on display, with plenty of cheese for all. The restaurant does offer brunch on weekends, as well as dinner seven days a week.

Besides breads, burrata, crispy calamari, and zucchini flowers are among the starters, as well as salads. Three types of pasta are on the menu: cacio e pepe, rigatoni, and a basil pesto trofie. You can also order chicken piccata, halibut and chicken panino. If you’d like to indulge in dessert, there’s gelato, tiramisu, and sorbet options.

Where Did the RHONY Ladies Go in Episode 13?

Ubah traveled to Beatnic restaurant to do a collab with her Ubah Hot hot sauce collection. The restaurant says it creates “amazing vegan food that makes you want to sing, dance, and order seconds” on its website.

There are six locations around New York (and one in Boston). Although Ubah and the chef created a chicken sandwich using her hot sauce, the restaurant offers even more options, including several salads. There are also three types of burgers, and many wraps also appear on the menu.

You'll also find sides for everyone, including a vegan mac and cheese, fries, buffalo cauliflower poppers, roasted brussel sprouts, and pesto pasta. Don’t forget the chocolate chip cookies for dessert!

The group also went to Swingers (The Crazy Golf Club) for a night out. There are three locations around New York and Washington D.C. The spot is similar to a Top Golf, only this is indoor miniature golf, with food and drink options. As you can imagine, there’s an extensive cocktail menu, with beer, seltzer, and wine also on the menu.

Swingers’ food menu is built with food from four New York restaurants: Emmy Squared, Fonda Comida Mexicana, Sauce Pizzeria, and Maz-Ze-Dahr Bakery (Top Chef’s Tom Colicchio was famously a client of the founder of Maz-Ze-Dahr, and encouraged her to open the bakery, according to The New York Times).

Erin ordered three kinds of guacamole (original, with mango, and with seafood salpicon) for the table from Tacos Fonda. They also ordered Pescado tacos, which were made up of beer-battered fish, chipotle aioli, habernaro slaw, and a corn tortilla. There also appeared to be an order of some kind of fries (possibly the zia fries from Emmy Squared which include zia pimento cheese, scallions, bacon, and ranch).

Where Did the RHONY Ladies Go in Episode 12?

Croissants, tiramisu, and eclairs, oh my! Jessel and Pavit visited Patisserie Chanson bakery and café for a brunch date. It describes itself on its website as a “modern European café and eatery” that “specializes in the art of dessert making,” and we immediately saw display cases full of mouth-watering desserts as they entered the café.

Jessel ordered a quiche, and Pavit, the chicken and waffles. Besides cakes, mousses, macarons, muffins and baguettes, the café also serves meals like frittata, crème brûlée French toast, and breakfast sandwiches.

Speaking of bakeries, Sai and her daughter, London, also went on a mother/daughter date to Mia’s Brooklyn Bakery. It has every dessert you can dream up on the menu, including cake slices, tarts, cheesecake, cupcakes, cookies, macarons, croissants, pie slices, muffins, and assorted pastries like Danish and cannoli. There’s even gelato and milkshakes.

London decided to get a mix of five macaron flavors, while Sai got a slice of strawberry shortcake (which was huge!). The bakery does not skimp on portions. Hot chocolate, teas and coffees are also available, and both Sai and London had tea.

Later in the episode, Erin and Sai decided to get Mexican food as they went on a date night with their husbands, Abe and David, to La Contenta. Sai ordered guacamole, but there are a lot of appetizers to choose from, including nachos, torta ahogada (shrimp slider), and queso fundido.

David commented to Abe that the restaurant has an entire enchilada section of the menu. Choices include enchiladas suizas (braised chicken, tomatillo salsa, swiss cheese and rajas con crema) as well as enchiladas de camarón (pan-roasted shrimp, Oaxaca cheese, chipotle salsa, brussels sprouts and sour cream). There are also plenty of tacos to choose from, as well as fajitas.

Sai and Jessel also met up to talk over lunch at Champers Social Club. The beautiful décor includes flowers on all the tables and mixed into the restaurant.

Both ‘Wives ordered the mushroom and wild rice bowl, which comes with roasted maitake and oyster mushrooms, radishes, cucumber, feta and jammy egg. Oysters, crab claws, shrimp cocktail and caviar are also on the menu in the raw bar, and there are several salad options.

There’s even an entire “toasts” section. Besides avocado, prosciutto, and brie, fig and ricotta are other choices to get on sourdough toast.

Where Did the RHONY Ladies Go in Episode 11?

The housewives spent their last day in Anguilla living the beach life — and that included beach bars and restaurants. The first stop was to Elvis’ Beach Bar, where the owner and bartender Elvis told the ladies they were at “the best beach bar in the Caribbean.”

The outdoor bar near the water featured a “world famous rum punch,” which the ‘Wives were happy to try. Erin also asked for a glass of Elvis’ best rum, and he poured her a glass of MamaWanna! Rum, which he called a “local rum” that he made himself.

The drinks specials, naturally, all feature rum, but you can also get other beach drinks like coladas, daiquiris, and margaritas. But perhaps the best part of this beach bar? The games. Some of the ‘Wives tried their luck at the limbo on the beach, and there were other activities to do while throwing back some rum punch, including a giant Connect Four game.

Elvis Beach Bar does offer burgers, burritos, fish tacos and nachos if you’re looking for a bite.

Ubah Hassan, Brynn Whitfield and Jessel Taank in Anguilla on The Real Housewives of New York City

The Housewives then decided to head to a different spot for lunch and went down the street to Roy’s Bayside Grill. Their table was right on the water, next to the beach—a fitting last lunch out in Anguilla. More rum punch was ordered, as the ‘Wives settled in.

Sai ordered the grilled Mahi salad, while Jessel ordered the fish and chips (the dish that made Roy’s Bayside Grill famous, according to its menu).

Other salads are on the menu, like a local lobster salad, as well as conch fritters, Mahi Mahi tacos, and a lobster bisque. There’s a variety of burgers and sandwiches, including a lobster roll, Reuben, and chicken Cuban. Other entrees include a lobster pasta, baby back ribs, and steak. 

Where Did the RHONY Ladies Go in Episode 10?

The Housewives decided to take it to the next level with five-star dining in Anguilla for dinner on night three of the trip. They stopped by Ocean Echo for dinner along the shore of Meads Bay beach. 

A sign by the entrance said, “Home of the Rumzie”—one of the signature cocktails the restaurant is known for, a rum punch with “secret ingredients.” 

The restaurant boasts fresh, local ingredients for its international and Caribbean cuisine. Fish is the main specialty at Ocean Echo, as expected, with yellow fin tuna, mahi-mahi, salmon, lobster, parrot fish, and crayfish all on the menu. There are also pastas like fettuccini alfredo and vegetable lasagna, as well as steaks, game hen, and duck.

Where Did the RHONY Ladies Go in Episode 9?

The Housewives fully embraced the “when in Rome” mantra as they moved their culinary experiences from the Big Apple to Anguilla for a girls trip. Where better to eat on a beach vacation then on the sand?

To start off the trip, the ‘Wives traveled to the Sunshine Shack for dinner. Right on the water, the restaurant boasts total beach vibes: an outdoor tiki bar, tiki torches, and picnic tables set against lounge chairs facing the water. Lantern lights on the tables completed the outdoor boho look and got a reaction out of Ubah.

“This is very nostalgic for me. It reminds me of back home,” Ubah told the other ‘Wives.

The beach eats continued at lunch the next day, as the 'Wives ventured to Blanchard’s Beach Shack. As expected, this restaurant is also right on the sand, with gorgeous views of the water.

We got a glimpse of the menu, which showed a wide array of sandwiches, from a grilled Cubano, to a jerk chicken sandwich, to an elevated BLT with blackened mahi added.

The women ordered a variety of salads. On the menu, besides classics like kale, garden and Caesar, there is also a curried chicken salad and a blackened mahi salad. 

Where Did the RHONY Ladies Go in Episode 8?

Few holiday traditions are as grand as the giant Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center, and Jenna and her brother took full advantage while he was visiting for the holidays from California. The two strolled through Midtown at night and stopped at Pebble Bar right in the middle of the festivities.

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The space where Pebble Bar sits has a rich history, and when it was Hurley’s (from 1892 to 2000), it welcomed famous regulars like Johnny Carson, according to the restaurant’s website. NBC’s Saturday Night Live cast staff was even known to frequent, and had a nickname for it: Studio 1-H.

Novelist Jack Kerouac’s writing on Hurley’s actually inspired the name Pebble Bar, the website said. Pebble Bar, as it’s now known, opened in Feb. 2022.

As Jenna ordered a mocktail and Spencer a negroni, we spotted a piano in the background, giving the spot a cozy feel. Jenna and Spencer were seated in an almost living room-like set-up, with Jenna on a couch with a coffee table in front of her.

Although mainly known for its cocktails, there are some food options available at the bar. Besides appetizers like chips and dip, deviled eggs, and oysters, there are sandwiches like a lobster roll and sliders, as well as a salad. If you’re feeding a big party, there’s more options, like “The Rock” which includes one whole lobster, six oysters, cocktail shrimp, crab salad, scallop crudo, tuna and caviar, and toast.

Pebble Bar’s Instagram page describes it as “focusing on over-the-top seafood,” and based on the menu, you won’t be disappointed.

Where Did the RHONY Ladies Go in Episode 7?

Jessel and her husband, Pavit, headed to a busy Kyma in Hudson Yards to catch up and grab dinner together. They started with drinks: Jessel ordered an espresso martini while Pavit ordered an Old Fashioned.

The restaurant describes itself as having “authentic Greek cuisine,” according to its Instagram. It offers a wide variety of appetizers, including kolokithokeftedes (zucchini fritters served with lemon yogurt), spanakopita (spinach and feta triangles), and soutzoukakia (Mediterranean spiced ground beef and lamb meatballs, with tomato sauce and mizithra cheese).

Although we didn’t hear their order, we do see some of Pavit and Jessel’s food arriving, including lamb chops with Greek fries.

Several fish dishes are also on the menu, including lavraki, and fagri, both fish from Greece. Many desserts are available, including karidopita (a traditional Greek walnut cake) and baklava.

Brynn also hosted the Housewives at a holiday wreath-making party, and like any good host, she made sure plenty of food was served. Brynn had catering delivered from Bubby’s along Hudson Street in Tribeca.

The restaurant describes itself as serving locally-sourced, homestyle American eats since 1990 on its Instagram page. It serves warm, comfort foods, devoting an entire section of the menu just to pancakes.

Other choices include buttermilk biscuits, muffins, and fried chicken. Entrees include dishes like crab eggs benedict and huevos rancheros.

We can see Brynn chose French fries, potato skins, and the avocado toast, which comes with cherry tomatoes, goat cheese, basil, and a sunny side up egg.

But what’s a RHONY Season 14 gathering without a food argument?

“Brown avocado? That’s not my vibe,” Sai said in the episode. “I have my standards, OK? I’m not going to eat fried food for breakfast.”

She then commented to the other 'Wives, “There’s not that many healthy options, I see” as she sat down at the table.

Jessel was not surprised by Sai’s reaction.

“I guess the food wasn’t up to Sai’s standards, but Sai always complains about food,” Jessel commented. 

Where Did the RHONY Ladies Go in Episode 6?

Erin and her husband, Abe, meet at the David Burke Tavern during Episode 6 of the season, giving us a glimpse into dining on the Upper East Side. The restaurant takes up the first two stories of a townhouse along East 62nd street.

“We haven’t been here in years,” Erin laments as the two settle in to celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary.

The restaurant is named after its celebrity chef, David Burke. He and his team operate 18 restaurants, and he also sells David Burke branded products, including cook and bakeware, according to the restaurant website.

Erin Lichy And her husband at their anniversary party in New York City.

As Erin ordered a dirty martini, we glimpsed red leather booths, candles, and a warm, inviting atmosphere. She ordered the chilled naked oysters, as well as the lobster dumplings as appetizers. Seafood makes up most of the starter menu, with mussels, tuna and salmon tartare as other options.

Abe ordered the Dream Catcher from the cocktail menu, which is made up of casa Mexico reposado, Cointreau, aperol, grapefruit, juice, jalapeno and orange bitters, and later he ordered a Don Julio on the rocks.

The dinner mains look mouthwatering on the menu; dishes include branzino, wild mushroom ravioli, and braised bison short rib cavatelli. For those looking for a steak house, this is your place: There’s an entire steak section of the menu, including a tomahawk and a dry aged 34 oz porterhouse for two.

For their actual party, the two celebrated at a historic NYC venue, learn more here.

Where Did the RHONY Ladies Go in Episode 5?

It doesn’t get more New York than digging into a hot dog, and Ubah does just that at Pastrami Queen. She chowed down on a dog and a side of pickles, remarking to the owner that she enjoyed the sourness of the pickles.

Pastrami Queen is most well-known for its — you guessed it — pastrami, and boasts it has the “best pastrami anywhere since 1956” on its Instagram page. If you’re in the mood to stop by the deli, it has three locations around the city and is open seven days a week.

Jessel and Erin also met for a cup of coffee and to talk things out at a downtown spot: The Greek at Greca.

Jessel Taank while filming Real Housewives of New York Season 14.

“This is like my local spot — I come here all the time,” Erin told Jessel about the Tribeca café.

With brown leather couches and booths, the restaurant gives off cozy vibes. Plants, flowers, and trees add to the warm décor.

It describes its menu as “comfort food with purpose” and offers plenty of authentic Greek dishes, like chicken souvlaki, which is chicken, veggies and spicy feta spread over turmeric rice.

Despite the vast menu, the Housewives kept it simple, with Jessel ordering an Americano with an extra shot with oat milk, while Erin ordered a cappuccino.

Indoor flowers and plants were also on full display as the ‘Wives visited Ariston Flowers and Café at Union Square. This coffee shop comes with a twist, as you can buy flowers while you’re there.

Brynn ordered an almond milk latte and also received a complimentary cookie on the house. The cashier told her his mother made the cookie, prompting Brynn to respond, “This is literally delicious—you got a good mom.”

Sai ordered a black tea when she arrived, and Erin also ordered a coffee.

The café describes itself as a “blossoming paradise” on its website, and it’s a dream spot for nature lovers to take a second to relax and drink a cup of joe. It’s also available as an event space.

Where Did the RHONY Ladies Go in Episode 4?

This episode primarily took place at Sai's house, as she threw a "Brynnsgiving" dinner to help Brynn celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday with loved ones.

Where Did the RHONY Ladies Go in Episode 3?

The Housewives got dressed up (mostly in the color khaki) to eat out for lunch at a Sag Harbor restaurant: Page at 63 Main. It was such a fabulous outing, influencer Sai posted a picture outside the eatery to her Instagram page.

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What can you expect if you dine at Page? “Refined elegance” and “locally sourced and inspired fare,” according to the restaurant’s website.

RHONY Cast at Bravocon 2022.

On Page at 63 Main’s menu, there are plenty of seafood appetizer options, including clam chowder, calamari, crab cakes, and mussels. Main courses for lunch include smoked turkey club and lobster BLT sandwiches, as well as chicken Milanese and a Bolognese. There are brunch options as well like French toast, omelettes, and crab cake Benedict.

Where Did the RHONY Ladies Go in Episode 2?

The Housewives made their first Manhattan exodus to Erin’s Sag Harbor home in the Hamptons. The hostess quickly introduced the other ladies to her favorite Hamptons restaurant: Jean-Georges at Topping Rose House.

The restaurant is known for farm-to-table cuisine, and uses ingredients from local fisherman and farmers, according to its website.

 A look at the menu shows options like oysters (which the Housewives dove right into), caviar ,and tuna tartare, as well as fish mains like seared salmon, roasted Maine lobster, and Montauk fluke fish and chips. There is also parmesan crusted chicken and aged ribeye for non-seafood lovers.

But that wasn't the only eatery name-checked. Not many people get as excited to visit a grocery store as Ubah, who was thrilled to make a stop at Provisions Natural Foods Market & Café in Sag Harbor … only to be crushed that it was closed when she arrived.

Brynn Whitfield and personal trainer while filming Real Housewives of New York.

So what makes Provisions so special? The café that comes with the market. While shopping for organic produce, meats, and even cleaning and pet supplies, you can also enjoy “healthy eating and healthy conversation.”

Specials on the website include a bean of the day and soups, as well as items like a Mediterranean quesadilla and a curried chickpea salad sandwich. There are also wraps, burritos, salads, and juices and smoothies.

Where Did the RHONY Ladies Go in Episode 1?

Never has there been more mystique around a New York dining spot than the-place-that-shall-not-be-named in the season premiere.

ICYMI, Erin planned a group dinner at a restaurant that’s name has been bleeped out from the show (although there are many theories as to the identity of the restaurant). But Brynn and Sai ditched the group dinner, with Brynn saying she “wouldn’t be caught dead at [the restaurant]” because she’s “not a D-list model.”

During a recent appearance on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, Erin admitted she hadn’t been back to this mystery spot since the drama began but did drop a clue when she told Andy Cohen she had heard “rumblings” that the eatery was “going under." She even offered to redesign it for them.

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Adding to the mystery restaurant drama, when Sai and Brynn ditched the group dinner, they instead went to a “trendier” restaurant, posting on social media they were at Casa Cipriani in Lower Manhattan, in the Battery Maritime Building.

But not just anyone can waltz into Casa Cipriani in NYC. It describes itself as a private members club and luxury hotel on its Instagram page.

Ubah Hassan, Sai De Silva, Erin Lichy, Brynn Whitfield, Jessel Taank and Jenna Lyons attend Bravo's "The Real Housewives Of New York City" Season 14 Premiere

Glimpses of the interior on social media show unmatched views of the Brooklyn Bridge, East River, and the Statue of Liberty, as well as stunning city views. There are upholstered armchairs and torchier lamps, which are “inspired by the glamorous dining room of a French ocean liner of the Thirties,” according to its website.

Although a menu can’t be found on Casa Cipriani’s club website, there is a description of some of the food offerings, including Carpaccio, baked tagliolini with ham, calf’s liver alla Veneziana, veal piccatine al limone, and baby artichokes all the way from the island of Torcello in Venice, Italy. 

Catch new episodes of Season 14 of The Real Housewives of New York City on Sundays at 9/8c on Bravo, and the next day on Peacock.

Originally published Sep 5, 2023.

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