Hello, thank you in advance, if this question is too vague I apologize. I have a functional swift based app that uses current user location and searches for "bar" in defined radius, however many establishments I wish to include are defined as "amenity" = "restaurants". This has led me to the problem that I would like to include some but not all "restaurants" in my results. If there is some what I can better structure my query or sort results I would be grateful to know thank you 👍

asked 25 May, 01:08

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You could explore taginfo and analyze what typical tags are combined with amenity=restaurant. Taginfo is a global view, though, and might not be representative for your area of interest.

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