Bravo’s Andy Cohen sighted at Mission Taqueria in Rittenhouse Square
Bravo, Mission Taqueria — it looks like you all can count Andy Cohen as a fan.
Bravo, Mission Taqueria — it looks like you can count Andy Cohen as a fan.
A tipster tells Philly.com that the Watch What Happens: Live host ate at the Rittenhouse Square Mexican joint on Thursday night, where he and a friend were spotted dining and enjoying some tequila.
For the uninitiated: Co-owner Sam Mink opened up Mission Taqueria above his own Oyster House at 1516 Sansom Street back in August. Following its opening, the restaurant was accused of "spying" on South Philly Barbacoa for menu items — a charge Inquirer food critic Craig LaBan argued against in a review of Mission Taqueria last month.
Cohen, meanwhile, was in town to serve as guest speaker at the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia's Main Event Gala, which was held Thursday night at the Please Touch Museum. Prior to appearing at the gala, Cohen teased an Amtrak trip on Instagram:
In addition to his talk at the gala, Cohen also gave attendees pre-release copies of his autobiography, Superficial: More Adventures from the Andy Cohen Diaries, which is slated for release Tuesday.
Following his appearance in Philadelphia, Cohen returned back to New York to guest on Power 105.1's The Breakfast Club on Friday morning, where he discussed his new book, the Real Housewives franchise, and Oprah, among other topics: