It was a feast of hotdogs, Crackerjacks and cotton candy for those who attended the pre-party for the opening night of The Great Moscow Circus at Madison Square Garden Thursday night.
Most of the guests — on hand to benefit God’s Love We Deliver — dug right in.
“It’s my kind of food,” exclaimed Nina Griscom Baker, toting her daughter, Lily.
The younger Baker remained so well-behaved throughout the night, mom ended up sharing parenting tips.
“I train her like a seal,” she said with a laugh.
Barry Kieselstein Cord was a bit less enthusiastic about the fare. “Hotdogs for dinner?” he asked, grabbing his stomach and making a face.
“That’s what you’re eating,” replied his wife, CeCe.
After the eats, the guests, including Cari Modine, Mary and Mike Wallace, Betsy and Walter Cronkite, Anne Jones, Barbara and Henryk de Kwiatkowski and the evening’s host, Blaine Trump, made their way to the performance, which included a cameo appearance by Peter Jennings in the clown act.