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“Apps for finding restaurants are plentiful, but most of them leave me feeling overwhelmed. I want someone to choose for me, and I trust the authors of this app to do that. Their taste has never led me astray.” - Joshua Brustein, The New York Times
You know the trusted friends you turn to when you need a solid restaurant suggestion? In our circle, that's us...and we don't disappoint.
New York City's popular online destination for restaurant reviews finally has an app. The Infatuation (formerly known as Immaculate Infatuation) has become a trusted national resource for honest, relatable perspective on restaurants. Now it's even easier to find the ideal spot that's “Perfect For” Date Night, Girls' Night Out, Dinner With The Parents, and much more. This new app makes searching through The Infatuation’s vast database of carefully curated reviews both easy and enjoyable. This is the restaurant guide that you've been looking for.
•NEARBY: Find nearby restaurants around your current location, while also moving the map to see restaurants anywhere and everywhere.
•SEARCH: Browse and combine from four different search categories to find the restaurant that best suits your needs. Categories include: Perfect For (example filters: Girls’ Night Out, Late Night Eats, Outdoor/Patio Situation), Cuisine, Neighborhood and more.
•HIT LIST: Now it’s easy to keep track of your favorite restaurants and the ones that you have been dying to try. “Hit List” any of our reviews on the app and it’ll keep a running list of your favorite and future targets. Hit Listed restaurants will also show up in red on the Nearby map.
I lurv food
I'm a big fan of this app but think there are things Infatuation can do - at least for the Denver portion - to take it from good to great. 1.) Hire (or whatever your process is) more critics. There are too few Denver spots. The city has way more to offer than is captured in the app 2.) While brunch is important and fun, don't lead with it in every other review. This isn't DC or NYC where brunch is like Sunday communion. Denverites prefer to skip brunch for a powder day or morning hike and then enjoy a hearty dinner or late lunch, so focus more on what restaurants have to offer for those meals. Also talk more about beer selection at restaurants/pubs. If there's anything we're religious about it's craft beer 3.) Consider hiring me as your new Denver critic 💅🏽 Used to have a small catering business/am obsessed with food.
Great App - but far too few reviews (Chicago June 2015)
Nice App. Reviews seem spot on and well written, but WAY too few entries for Chicago. I live in Wicker Park with maybe 25-30 restaurants that should be covered, but only a handful on the App. Michelin stars, local favorites, local faves, celebrity chefs all missing. I suppose they are just getting started. Despite that I found a couple new places to check out. Keep up the good work. I look forward to seeing how this develops over time. Only other comment is that the reviewers could be a little more adventurous in their ordering. Nice bonus would be to see some comment on beer/wine/cocktail selection. Ex Tacoma in WP has all Greek wine selection. That adds an unexpected flavor to the meals.
Saved me from myself
Without this app, I would disappear into a starving, hopeless oblivion of ignorance. It is my North Star, my Dalai Lama, the wind beneath my wings.
I'm all seriousness, this app is dope. It's hilarious and honest, it's easy to use, and helps me find the exact time of food venue I'm craving in a matter of seconds. You aren't a true lover of eating until you download and rely on this app.
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- Category: Food & Drink
- Updated: Apr 09, 2015
- Version: 3.0.5
- Size: 11.0 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: EATS Athletic Club LLC
- © 2015 The Infatuation Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus.