This example Overpass query for node["cuisine"="coffee_shop"] will not return nodes tagged "cuisine"="coffee_shop;sandwiches", i.e. with multiple values.

  1. Shouldn't it?
  2. Any workarounds?

asked 26 Feb, 17:18

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You can use a regular expression

node["cuisine"~"coffee_shop"]

I would also suggest looking for ways (and relations)

nwr["cuisine"~"coffee_shop"]
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answered 26 Feb, 18:43

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Amazing @andrewblack, thanks! I didn't know of the nwr shortcut either, it's saving my query two lines 👍

(26 Feb, 19:16) robinmetral

nwr is fairly new. It makes it easier/safer to edit. How many times have I edited node and not way.

(26 Feb, 19:20) andrewblack

FYI there are 41732 coffee_shops in the world. Next step is dealing with this kind of data

(26 Feb, 19:32) robinmetral
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