Create a free profile to get unlimited access to exclusive videos, sweepstakes, and more!
Bethenny Frankel spent a June day at Coney Island with a gaggle of little girls, and she loved every minute of it. Recording the action on her Instagram Stories, The Real Housewives of New York City mom showcased the iconic amusement park's rides and games. But it was the food court that really won her over.
Panning over the various stalls slinging deep-fried snacks, Bethenny enthused: "This, I've been doing since I was a little kid. No greater institution in the world, and definitely not in New York. It's old school: They have everything from clam strips to lobster rolls to burgers." So, what did Bethenny and her young companions choose from the mix? (Side note: We're assuming her daughter Brynn Hoppy was in the mix, though Bethenny did not show her on camera.)
First, the group opted for Nathan's French Fries, replete with the famous fry fork, and hot dogs. "Best ever, and it's best with bird poop on your bag," she quipped, showing a little smidge of the brown stuff on a white takeout bag.
The crew also ate onion rings, and Bethenny was unable to keep her cool in the face of such delicious-ness. "This [onion ring] is the best thing on the planet Earth. These gorgeous, gorgeous rings. I don't know if I'd rather have this or a diamond ring; I think maybe this," she raved.
And then, it was time for desserts. "Have you ever been happier?" Bethenny asked her companions, as she panned over sweet treats. She also shared her favorite of the sweets: the Mexican Hats.
From sweets to savories, Coney Island indeed has it all. And if ever there were a place for the ultimate "cheat day," it's there.
Photos: Instagram/Bethenny Frankel
Bravo’s Style & Living is your window to the fabulous lifestyles of Bravolebrities. Be the first to know about all the best fashion and beauty looks, the breathtaking homes Bravo stars live in, everything they’re eating and drinking, and so much more. Sign up to become a Bravo Insider and get exclusive extras.