Real Housewives of Miami Dine at Martorano's

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They may be the Real Housewives of Miami, but when the Bravo reality television stars want to party, they head for Hollywood, baby!

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Castmembers and frenemies Adriana de Moura, Joanna Krupa, and Lisa Hochstein headed over to the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino for some fun, frolicking, and business this past Saturday evening.

Lisa Hochstein was scheduled to make an appearance at Passion Nightclub, but before the ladies made it out on the dance floor, they needed a little sustenance in the form of good Italian food at Martorano's Italian-American Kitchen, where owner/cook Steve Martorano personally greeted the Miami vixens.

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If you ever wanted to have a Victoria's Secret model's body..or any of the Real Housewives bombshell figures for that matter, here's the secret:

Chicken parm and pizza! No kidding! The gal pals also feasted on seafood salad, meatball salad, and chicken marsala. Lest you think all that food was for the cameras, check out this Instagram by Hochstein:

After their supersized meal, the reality stars headed over to Passion, where Krupa was spotted swigging tequila straight from the bottle. Move over South Beach...Hollywood is the place to party!

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