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Description
An overview of tags related to small and medium-sized businesses
Group

Shops

Tags

This is a list of common tags related to shops, restaurants and alike. It should give small and medium-sized businesses a fast overview without crawling through the whole OSM wiki.

Main Information

Contact data

The main info. Always useful and shown in most of the apps

  • name=* - the name of this feature
  • addr=* - the address of this feature
  • website=* - website of this feature
  • phone=* - phone number of this feature
  • email=* - the address e-mail of this feature

Opening hours

See this Tool to test the format. May also be used in combination with service times, some examples :

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Special opening hours, takeaway or delivery during covid19

May be added using https://www.caresteouvert.fr (switch the language at the left bottom). Wiki description

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Brand and Operator

In case of a chain / franchising or for shops offering certain brands

  • brand=* - the brand this feature belongs to
  • operator=* - indicates the operator or name of the company operating this feature

Examples

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Accessibility

  • wheelchair=no/yes/limited - suitable for wheelchairs
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Food & drinks

Types of food

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Characteristics of food service

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Amenities typically providing food

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Street food / Food truck

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Common food shops & catering

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Vending machines

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This table is auto-generated. See Taginfo/Taglists for a documentation on it. Other common values are eggs,snacks,potatoes,ice,meat,pizza,sausages,cheese.
Values with Semi-colon_value_separator cannot be counted, so check taginfo for common entries.

Shops

See shops for an overview of main tags

Characteristics of the shop's service

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Crafts

See craft for an overview of main tags

Services offered by the craft

You may use a namespace to express what the craft offers, examples :

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Accommodations

see Tourism_tag_overview and tourism=*

Offices

see Office. An exception is shop=travel_agency.

Comment : There's no clear distinction between amenity, leisure and alike, for example harbour master was originally an "amenity", unless it's more an office of the government. The same applies to police.