The Infatuation 4+

Restaurant Reviews & Guides

EATS Athletic Club LLC

Designed for iPhone

    • 4.8 • 11.7K Ratings
    • Free

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Expert restaurant recommendations for every situation.

Our mission is very simple: to bring you the most honest and trustworthy opinions on where to eat around the world. Find a restaurant that’s “Perfect For” every situation. Search restaurant recommendations in our curated guides & reviews, or via map & list views, in over 40 different cities.

Coverage in: New York, London, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Boston, Philadelphia, Seattle, Washington DC, Atlanta, Austin, Denver, Paris, Mexico City, Melbourne, Rome, and Tokyo, and beyond with more on the way.


Find Places: Search for nearby restaurants based on your current location, or browse for a spot in a city you are planning to visit. Filter on specific cuisines types, or “Perfect Fors” to find the right restaurant for every situation.

Explore: Browse our restaurant reviews and curated guides in more than 40 cities worldwide. Use different categories to find the restaurant that best suits your needs. Categories include: Perfect Fors (Ex: Girls' Night Out, Late Night Eats), Cuisine, and Neighborhood.

My Infatuation: Create an account with The Infatuation to save your favorite reviews and curate your own list.

“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

In 2021, restaurant discovery platform The Infatuation was acquired by JPMorgan Chase & Co. to accelerate the firm’s investment in dining, and further demonstrates JPMorgan Chase’s commitment to meeting customers where they are with exceptional benefits, useful content and one-of-a-kind experiences, at scale. The Infatuation’s entire business, including Zagat, is a wholly owned subsidiary of JPMorgan Chase.

What’s New

Version 6.45.1

This update brings enhancements and bug fixes across The Infatuation experience

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
11.7K Ratings

11.7K Ratings

merigij ,

Missing the full list of restaurants by rating

Hi! Long time infatuation user here. I don’t go anywhere without checking infatuation first. But the new app design is a bit messy. First the app keeps crushing, I struggle searching / finding what I’m looking for and I cannot longer see the best restaurants in a particular city. We used to be able to see the full list of rated restaurants, from the top, and now we can only see the first 5. Is there any way of seeing the whole list? That was my main go to for any city / reservation. Now, we can only filter by recent or price, but I loved being able to filter by rating and seeing the whole list. Also, it would be extremely helpful if somehow we could link the list to a reservation system, so that we could either directly book a restaurant from the app or even check which restaurants are available in a particular day for X number of people. Just an idea ☺️I still give it 5 stars, because I truly believe there’s no better restaurants review platform that yours. Thanks for maintaining this amazing app/content!

Developer Response ,

Hey there! We really appreciate your support and feedback, and thank you for the 5 star rating!

We're sorry for the difficult user experience. Our updated Infatuation app resolves these issues and includes some exciting new features that we think you'll enjoy!

Feel free to reach out to if you run into any bugs or issues. Thanks again!

clubfed ,

Still disappointing

Follow on of my review below: glad you added the guides section, that’s much better. But the reviews browsing is still a big mess. Why can’t I see the most recent reviews? Similar to being able to see the most recent guides? That’s still the primary use of the app for me. It’s still cumbersome to go through the filter process and organize NYC by recent reviews, and the output is even more inaccurate. Pretty sure Morandi was not the 2nd most recent review. Hope you guys keep working on this. Cheers

I’m a longtime fan of Infatuation, love their work. But this new app is a major regression. As a daily user, my favorite use was to open the app and automatically see the newest published reviews and guides for the whole city (NYC). The app felt current and interesting every day. Not it’s cumbersome and awkward. I have to change the location in the filter section to all-NYC, request for “most recent” - and then the output is a hodge podge of added restaurants that are UNreviewed, plus plenty of errors with restos that were reviewed long ago. Plus, the lists/guides are hard to see, and the search function is a hot mess. What is the purpose of the new default setting? To see the same restaurants in my neighborhood every day? It’s only valuable for traveling. For daily users, this is all much worse. Infatuation crew is really smart, thoughtful and innovative - I’m sure you’ll fix these problems. Look forward to it.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for being such a longtime fan and we really appreciate the constructive feedback. We're hard at work on a series of updates to address everything you mentioned that will roll out over the coming weeks. We appreciate you bearing with us!

Robcor1984 ,

Where’s the map?

The map is either hidden or unavailable. I have a dr appointment tomorrow, and I want to find a breakfast place nearby, and without the map (and filters), that’s impossible to do. I have to go to the website for that.

The app is for use on-the-go, so it should be optimized for finding a place now, nearby. Or to find a specific kind of restaurant (ie use filters). The guides are amazing, but I read those at home, they don’t need to be the app’s main focus.

Also, the Reviews tab is not very useful. Reading reviews of restaurants scattered through the city of all kinds of different foods is not practical. The sort functionality… what problem is it solving?

I love the infatuation, but as I start going out to restaurants and relying on you guys again, I’m disappointed to see the direction the app has taken. For now, I’ll have to rely on the website. Hope to see this shift to a more practical use, and restaurant search.

App Privacy

The developer, EATS Athletic Club LLC, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • User Content
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  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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