Yelp: Food, Delivery & Reviews 12+

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Yelp has over 199 million reviews of businesses worldwide. Whether you’re looking for a new pizza place to try, a great coffee shop nearby, or need to book a haircut, Yelp is your local guide for finding the perfect place to eat, shop, drink, explore, and relax. The Yelp app is available for iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch.

Yelp features:

Food Near You - Find Restaurants
• Find the newest and hottest restaurants in your area
• Make reservations, order delivery or pickup—all from your phone
• Filter restaurant search results by price, location, open now, and more

Search for Nearby Businesses, Services, & Professionals
• Discover great local businesses, from hair salons to trusted doctors and movers
• Read millions of reviews by the Yelp community
• Home need repairs? Find the best rated contractors and handymen
• Find great deals offered by local businesses, get quotes instantly, and book appointments

Beauty - Pamper Yourself
• Find highly-rated salons, spas, massage therapists, and more
• Book appointments through Yelp at the most relaxing staycation destinations

Search Filters
• Filter your search results by neighborhood, distance, rating, price, and hours of operation
• Look up addresses and phone numbers, call a business, or make reservations directly from the app

Other Features
• Read expert user reviews and browse through beautiful photos of each business
• Write and read reviews, check-in to local businesses, upload photos and add tips for other Yelp users

Find local restaurants, read expert customer reviews, and start searching for businesses near you with Yelp.

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What’s New

Version 24.16.0

Minor updates and improvements, making Yelp better for you one release at a time.

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
1.1M Ratings

1.1M Ratings

Editors’ Choice

We all enjoy discovering new places and experiences but some of us don’t like to be surprised. If you’re one of those who prefers to research then Yelp is the right source for you. From restaurants and shops to night clubs and museums, check comments and ratings by fellow Yelpers and make sure you make the right choice.

Mountainman Dean ,

PGA super store

Was recommended to go here by an old high school golfing buddy. Upgraded my Taylor made burner 7, an ancient club to today’s standards and wanted to try out clubs on a simulator to see where I was at? Mike dialed me into the right club and I went from, believe this or not, 272 yards with my burner to 290 yards on the simulator. 290, of course, was with the new club. ask Mike if the simulator was spiked or wrong and he said “no, I’m going to actually get to 300 + yards.” What a difference I played that afternoon at Mesa Country Club and hit one drive 303 another 310 yards and another drive 315 yards. Of course I some sprayed, wish you could buy a swing? What a difference. Keep in mind I play once a year due to lifestyle, I guess, and it was hard to drop the kind of cash necessary to get technology. Kind of worth it blowing my buddies 40 yards by with my driver. I guess the simulator is wrong. I hit it further than it says ha ha!
Thanks, Mike!

ModemmeX ,

Loved this app but now the useless red dot

I use this app a lot. It’s great to look for local places for good food and other services. If I hear about a place through friends, social media, the news etc I bookmark places in other cities and countries I’ve never been to in case I find myself passing through that town and have a bookmarked spot to check out even before I’ve ever been there. But now there is the useless red dot notification. Is it there because someone liked my review? Sent me a message? Gave me a thumbs up? Nah. It’s there because someone at Yelp suggested they add it to the interface to make us click into the app. Yelp added a red dot notification telling me that a review I posted is uh being looked at sometimes. Facebook figured this out many years ago and now Facebook shows red dots all over the place even though it does not indicate that someone has directly interacted with one of my
posts nor sent me a message. So Yelp has followed suit a decade+ later by adding a red dot notification. To turn it off takes a few clicks into the app and it’s the most annoying fake feature that is not even a feature and Yelp should be ashamed of themselves.

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  • Usage Data
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