In The Real Housewives of New York City episode ‘The Politics of Friendship’, while Dorinda Medley does her best to get Ramona Singer to her surprise 60th birthday party, Carole (née DiFalco) Radziwill goes canvassing with her mother right before election night. If you want to relive the anxiousness of that November night, tune in.
Carole DiFalco was raised in the New York City suburb of Suffern, New York. Her father owned DiFalco’s restaurant in Yonkers, where her mother waitressed. Radziwill said the restaurant’s slogan was “Prices to fit the family purse.” She also said it was “right near the racetrack and it didn’t quite fit our family purse. We were always broke.” The Real Housewives of New York City airs Wednesdays at 9pm on Bravo.