Google Maps search results in the U.S. and Great Britain will include some of the phrases which are most frequently used to describe those places, announced Google.
"These phrases come from sources all across the web, such as reviews, web pages and other online references, and they can help people quickly identify the characteristics that make a particular place unique. It's like an opportunity to ask the business owner or its patrons "What's good here?" or "What do most people get here?," Google explained.
"Whether you're looking for local businesses in your neighborhood or in another city, these descriptive terms can help you find the places right for you."
"We hope you use these terms to discover new and interesting places on Google Maps, and watch for this feature to appear in Place search on Google.com and Google Maps for mobile soon!," Google added.
For example, if you're looking for a place to relax and enjoy a great cup of coffee this weekend, you can see at a quick glance that Cafe Grumpy could be the perfect spot. Besides being known for their "latte" and "great coffee," they've a "no laptop" policy.
[Source: Lat Long blog]