Kathy Hilton shared in a recent interview that she loves The Cheesecake Factory.
She explained that she and husband Rick Hilton go there for weekly date nights.
Kathy revealed that she loves the meatloaf, while Rick prefers the chicken Alfredo.
Kathy Hilton's reputation as a Real Housewife (and member of the ultra-wealthy Hilton family) precedes itself. And while the RHOBH alum may fancy caviar and Dom Pérignon from time to time (or nearly all the time), that doesn't mean she can't appreciate the simpler things in life—like chain restaurants in strip malls.
"We go there once a week," she said. Kathy admitted to being a fan of the meatloaf because "where [else] can you get meatloaf?" Rick "really likes the chicken [Alfredo]" and "also the one that you dip with sauce." Whatever that is.
Though the Real Housewives alum admitted she hasn't tried their desserts as of late, she can appreciate the vast selection.
"All their food is good," the Hilton matriarch continued. "...It’s local, it’s right there and fresh and busy all the time. Actually, you walk in there and there are people. We love that! We don’t want to sit in a restaurant with nobody in the room."
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Kathy isn't the only one to shout out The Cheesecake Factory this week. Travis Kelce also repped the purveyor of brown bread—even if his was more of a subconscious statement. Last Sunday, the Kansas City Chiefs tight end stepped out sporting a pregame 'fit that looked strikingly similar to a Cheesecake Factory bag. And it did not go unnoticed.
"😎 Fashion Icons," the chain wrote on X (the platform formerly known as Twitter). Fans were quick to chime in, in agreement. "This is the best comparison I've seen [I'm dying]," one user wrote, while another added, "This is incredible!! 10 out of 10!!! no notes."
"I knew there was something about his outfit that made it supremely appealing. It's cheesecake," a third person said.
Sounds like a couple of future brand ambassadors, if you ask me. Your move, Cheesecake Factory. Your move.
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