The Real Housewives is one of the most popular reality television shows, and it has been for many years. The show has been filmed in various locations, but some of the most famous locations are where the most notable scenes went down. Keep reading to learn about the famous filming locations of the Real Housewives show.
In season one of Real Housewives of New York (RHONY), Bethenny Frankel spent a lot of time at her Skinnygirl offices, which consisted of low-calorie products. Back then, the brand was just getting off the ground, so a lot of scenes were filmed there. Now, Frankel’s brand turned into a multi-million dollar venture and can be spotted in New York City. Some people think Frankel used RHONY as an infomercial for her brand, considering the airtime it received. If you want to see the office in person, head to Greenwich Village and stay at one of its many amazing US hotels, where host Andy Cohen is often spotted.
SUR and Craig’s in Beverly Hills
Outside of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills (RHOBH) and Vanderpump Rules, Lisa Vanderpump is known for being a successful restauranteur. One of the popular filming locations for RHOBH is Sur. In one episode, she invited the other housewives to dinner at SUR to establish the restaurant on TV and make it more famous. For fans visiting SUR, it’s easy to walk over to Lisa Vanderpump’s other restaurants in the area, like Pump and TomTom.
Craig’s was also a big hotspot for the RHOBH ladies. Craig’s is located in West Hollywood off Melrose, and it’s a big hit with celebrities and housewives alike, so you may spot one if you eat there. A lot of the dinners at Craig’s ended in drama, making this place a great place for fans who want to relive the catfights of RHOBH.
Lu Nello in New Jersey
Lu Nello is the restaurant where Teresa Giudice dramatically flipped a table in the season one finale. Her husband, Joe Giudice, later also visited the restaurant for a meeting with his lawyer. In 2014, Teresa Giudice was one of the 5 real housewives that got arrested after pleading guilty to bankruptcy fraud. So if you book a table at Lu Nello, you’ll definitely relive a part of Real Housewives history. Although, it may be best to leave the table flipping to Teresa.
The Palm in Beverly Hills
The Palm in Beverly Hills is an iconic spot for RHoBH fans. The Palm is a steakhouse that’s frequented by the RHOBH housewives and Andy Cohen. In fact, Cohen held his baby shower there in 2019. Many of the housewives from all the franchises showed up for this baby shower, and as fans know, it ended up being a crazy affair. So if you want to dance on the tables like Lisa Rinna, grab a table at The Palm and relive the memories.
InterContinental Buckhead in Atlanta
For fans of Real Housewives of Atlanta (RHOA), the InterContiniental Buckhead is a great place to stop by. It’s mostly known for the party Kim Zolciak threw for her daughter. The location is also known for NeNe Leakes’ wedding ceremony, where she wore a $50,000 Baracci gown for the nuptials and a $20,000 Pnina Tornai dress for the reception. The hotel offers a mix of Southern charm and high-end luxury, making it a great hotel for fans looking for a way to connect with the RHOA stars.
All of these locations are a must-see for fans of the Real Housewives shows. Not only do these locations give you the opportunity to spot a celeb, but you’ll also relive the famous and dramatic moments from the show. You can also get a taste of the lavish lifestyle of the Real Housewives yourself.