Next time you’re planning a brunch or a date night, check to make sure the menu has something to satisfy everyone in your group, without having to browse through several restaurants’ websites. Just search Google to show you the menu for the eatery you’re considering and you can see it right on the top of your search page—complete with tabs for different parts of the menu (like appetizers, brunch or dinner) and, often, prices—before you make your reservation. Menus are available in the U.S. only for now. Bon appétit!
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- Does anyone know how to turn this off for a restaurant? It's silly to show the customers an outdated menu - Great idea but poorly executed
Dec 4, 2015
- HELP! I represent a fine dining establish in a resort area - and google is showing FUNNEL CAKES AND HOT DOGS and other carnival food for $1 or $2 - this is absolutely NOT our menu and we are getting phone calls about it. What can we do? Any ideas?May 23, 2016
- Try contacting this company, one of the possible data providers: http://www.singleplatform.com/May 23, 2016
- Hey, how does a restaurant go about purging or suppressing their menu box from appearing in the search results for menu related searches? Maybe Webmaster tools? The data current displaying for the search "bailey's saratoga menu" is several years outdated and is impacting the restaurant's business (and Google user experience!).Jul 13, 2017
The client can edit the URL now.
There is a second URL entry in the Google My Business Dashboard where they can put a URL to the website menu.
Hope this helps😀
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- INDIA NextAug 30, 2017
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