Tag:amenity=cafe

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Public-images-osm logo.svg amenity = cafe
Cafe in Austria.JPG
Description
A generally informal place with sit-down facilities selling beverages and light meals and/or snacks.
Rendering
Cafe-16.svg
Group: Food and beverages
Used on these elements
may be used on nodesshould not be used on waysmay be used on areasshould not be used on relations
Useful combination
Status: De facto

amenity=cafe (café) is for a generally informal place with sit-down facilities selling beverages and light meals and/or snacks. This includes coffee-shops, tea shops selling perhaps just tea or coffee and cakes through to bistros selling meals with alcoholic drinks.

How to Map

Set a node Node or draw as an area Area along the building outline. Tag it with amenity=cafe and name=*.

Tags to use in combination

Examples

First:

amenity=cafe
name=Barista
cuisine=coffee_shop

Second:

amenity=cafe
name=San Marco
cuisine=italian

Third:

amenity=cafe
name=Eiscafé Leonardo
cuisine=ice_cream

Other suggested cuisine types:

See Also

Cafes inside other shops / amenities

It's quite common for large museums, libraries, or book shops, to have a little cafe inside. A recommendation of a way to map these details, is to represent the larger feature as a area Area around the building perimeter and then place the cafe within this as a separate node. If you prefer not to add a building outline, just place a node at the approximate centrepoint for the larger amenity, but map the cafe as a separate node.

Of course some mappers will take different approaches (so data users may want to be aware these). In the case of a bookshop, we might have both shop=books and amenity=cafe on the same element. In general it is better to avoid ambiguity (and also provide more location information) by mapping them as separate elements. That recommendation also avoids another more acute tagging problem. In the case of a cafe inside a library for example, the tags share the same 'amenity' key (amenity=library and amenity=cafe) We have a clash. Some mappers resolve this with a tag such as amenity=library;cafe, but this is specifically not a recommendation. See Semi-colon value separator page for details. Capture more detail and avoid these problems by mapping the cafe as separate element.


shop=cafe - If you know places with this tag, verify if it could be tagged with another tag. Automated edits are strongly discouraged unless you really know what you are doing!