Action Bronson on the Worst Food Date He’s Ever Had
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So bad — and yet, such chivalry!
Action Bronson stopped by to talk about his new book, “F***, That’s Delicious,” and his Snapchat dating show, Hungry Hearts.
But considering the latter, Rach just couldn’t help but ask — what’s the worst food date he’s ever been on?
His answer: Surprisingly sweet — despite some hilariously not-so-sweet details!
“It’s a crazy one,” he begins. “I was in high school. It was our first date — me and this lovely lady — and we went to Mars 2112.”
Rach, recognizing the name immediately, laughs and says, “I had to take my little niece to that!”
(For a little background, Mars 2112 was a giant, outer space-themed restaurant in NYC’s Times Square, designed with tourists in mind. It’s no longer open, but here’s a pic from its heyday!)
Action continues, “We had some bad food. And she got sick! She got very sick, and I took care of her. It was our first [date]. I made sure she was all good, you know what I mean.”
“You held her ponytail so she could throw up?” Rach asks.
“I did,” says Action, “but it was coming out of every way! But I took care of her. You never leave any soldiers in the field!”
For more from Action — including the secret behind his onion ring sauce — watch the video above. And keep watching for a sweet shoutout for Action from Jacques Pepin!