When you search for a place on Google Maps, it will automatically pull up a map of nearby restaurants, hotels, and bars.
But it will sometimes miss the most convenient places.
Here are a few tricks to get around this.
Match Search to a location Matcher’s ability to match search queries to a geographic location is a feature it’s always appreciated.
For instance, if you type “LIVE: Boston” into Google Maps and the app suggests you find the best place to eat, then that search will match to a specific restaurant in Boston.
But when you search “live: Boston,” it will pull up another map of Boston, and the first one will show you the best places to eat in the city.
This can sometimes be confusing, so Google will let you know if it’s missing something important, or if it doesn’t think it’s appropriate to pull up this information.
Matcher can also use Google Maps data to find restaurants near you, but this can be a little less useful.
For example, if I type “Live: Boston at Harvard,” Google will pull out the location of the best-known dive bar at Harvard University, as well as the restaurant nearest it, which is exactly where I’d like to go if I wanted to go there.
But this search won’t show me the location.
Google Matches Location to Location Google Maps will show a bar near me when I type in “live:” Boston, but when I search for “live bar,” it’ll show me a bar on the same street as my favorite dive bar.
Matchers can also help you locate nearby restaurants.
Matches your Location To find the nearest restaurants near me, I’d need to type “live near me: Boston, MA,” but if I do that, Google will tell me that I have a far-away restaurant just over a mile away, just a few blocks away.
It’s not always clear if Google is pulling up the right restaurant or not, so I’d better search for the exact location, or I might miss it.
For a restaurant in the Boston area, I can use Google to search for its nearest location, and that’ll let me know that it’s located just a couple blocks from where I’m currently standing.
Google will even suggest a nearby hotel or a restaurant that serves breakfast if I’ve used the restaurant’s name to suggest a location.
Matched Search to Places on Google Map Matcher will use the geographic information it pulls up in the search to pull out a restaurant near me.
But sometimes it won’t do that.
If you type in Boston, Massachusetts, and Google Maps pulls up a list of restaurants, but you’re looking for a bar that’s right outside the restaurant you’re searching for, then it’ll not give you a location near the bar.
In that case, you’ll have to use Matcher in the future to search in the correct area.
To find restaurants closer to me, Google uses information from Google Maps to figure out what restaurants are nearby.
This includes things like where restaurants are located in the street, and what nearby stores are close by.
So Google will try to match the restaurants nearest to me to those that I’m looking for.
Matching the restaurant to the street This isn’t always the case.
For restaurants near the street or other similar locations, Google Maps might show a restaurant with a lot of food nearby, but the restaurants closest to me are only a couple of blocks away, not the whole street.
If that’s the case, Google’s way of telling you where the closest restaurants are, is to show a street map of restaurants within a few hundred meters of my location.
If the restaurants are far away from my location, Google might show the closest restaurant in a smaller area.
If there’s a restaurant close by, Google may show a menu that looks similar to the restaurant near my location that is about a block away.
Google has a way to figure this out, too, so if you’re in the area, you can ask Google to do this.
Matering your location to the nearest street and grocery store When you type a street or grocery store name, Google can pull up its location data.
For convenience, Google allows you to specify an “area code” instead of a street address, and then use Google Map’s “map” feature to match your location data to the closest grocery store or store.
This way, Google knows exactly where to look for restaurants, and will show the right menu for you when you enter your search.
If Google’s data isn’t enough, you could also use this feature to look up restaurants near my home or other nearby businesses.
If a restaurant is near a nearby grocery store, Google could pull up that same location.
For my home, it’s a good idea to use the Google Map feature to see the closest locations.
The farther you are from my home and the closer the grocery store is, the more likely it is that the