Andrew SteinthalCo-Founder & CPO
Steinthal is the quarterback of The Infatuation sales and partnerships team, using his skill set as a former music business publicist to build deep, meaningful relationships with like minded brands such as American Express, Samsung, PAIGE, Anheuser-Busch, Whole Foods, Jameson, Airbnb, Delta and more. Steinthal was born in Manhattan and grew up in Scarsdale, where he still returns quite often to visit the Candlelight Inn and get dirty on a big sloppy bowl of wings. He’s scared of cheese, hates mushrooms, and refuses to eat olives. His true food passions include cereal, ice cream, and chocolate chip cookies. Weird, we know. Prior to going full time Infatuation, Steinthal was the VP of PR at Warner Bros. Records. His dream would be to own the Knicks some day.
These are the 32 best places to eat in the Hamptons, according to us.
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Momofuku Noodle Bar 2.0 (in the Time Warner Center) still has a downtown feel, and the food is really good.
Rockaway Clam Bar is a stand in the Riis Park Beach Bazaar with really good seafood.
Ample Hills has some of our favorite ice cream in the city and they have a seasonal pop-up location in the Riis Park Beach Bazaar in the Rockaway’s.
Super Burrito makes San Francisco style burritos at Beach 97th Street in Rockaway Beach.
High 97 is a concession stand with burgers and fried fish at Beach 97th Street in Rockaway Beach.
Lobster Joint is our favorite concession on the boardwalk at Beach 97th Street in Rockaway Beach.
Rockaway Bagels is where you should be getting bagels before a day on the beach in the Rockaways.
Pico is an indoor/outdoor Mexican restaurant in Rockaway Beach that’s great for big groups.