Posted: Jul 01, 2020
With the restaurant industry rapidly evolving amid the coronavirus pandemic, The Infatuation announced Tuesday that their numbered ratings scale on all reviews are officially a thing of the past.
The once-helpful metric has quickly become an outdated language that no longer speaks to consumers due to the profound changes that have impacted restaurants as a result of COVID-19.
In doing away with the numerical scorecard, the service can set the table for new possibilities and more insightful resources for the new dining landscape.
"As we entered this period of this global pandemic we started thinking really holistically about how we would change our restaurant coverage," editor in chief Hillary Reinsberg told ABC News. "I think diners are looking for different things in making restaurant decisions right now."
The infatuation old map of New York City restaurants on The Infatuation with numerical ratings, that have since been removed in the wake of the pandemic. An old map of New York City restaurants on The Infatuation with numerical ratings, that have since been removed in the wake of the pandemic.
The New York-based restaurant discovery and recommendation platform that started 11 years ago has been a trusted voice in the global food space to help users across major U.S. cities and abroad find the best spots for gatherings ranging from date nights and celebrations to casual coffee meetings.
By Kelly McCarthy
June 30, 2020
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