Needless to say, we’re all well aware of Yelp’s popularity amongst people who love a thing or two about visiting restaurants and, in turn, eating some good ol’ food. And while the service could be considered relatively great as is, it never hurts to see a few new features added here and there — especially one as useful as the new “Explore the Menu,” which is made possible by everyday users like yourself. The newfangled menu system will allow folks to upload pictures of any grub item they’ve tried at frequented restaurants, making it easier for future goers to have a slight idea of what to expect should they be interested in trying a particular dish from one of the many places listed within Yelp. The novel menu pages will be rolling out to business pages today in the US, with Yelp noting that this will be the “first time ever” it’s simultaneously launching a fresh service across its OG site, mobile website and applications.
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