Tacos may appear to be simple, however any true taco lover knows that so much goes into the preparation of this delicious handheld meal. Whether you’re a hard shell or soft shell lover, we have the perfect list to give you the knowledge needed to live your best taco life. To celebrate National Taco Day… Read more
Whether you’re cozying up with a pumpkin spice latte or you prefer a nice glass of cider, there’s no denying that fall is in full swing. To celebrate the cooling temperatures, Yelp’s data science team took a dive into search data to understand what flavors everyone is enjoying this fall. To gather this data, we… Read more
Today, Yelp announces a partnership with Zillow to name the Top Affordable U.S. Suburbs With a City Feel, using a new “Cityness Index” to pinpoint U.S. suburbs that best strike a balance between indoor and outdoor space, affordability and urban amenities that have long drawn Americans to cities. More and more Americans are working remotely… Read more
For the parents of school-age children, the coronavirus pandemic has made this year’s back to school season anything but routine. Across the country, college students return to colleges that may roll back to virtual learning at any moment, business owners continue to stay nimble amid changing guidelines and local outbreaks and parents navigate managing at-home… Read more
Our latest Yelp Economic Average report, released this week, reveals that the beauty industry has been hit incredibly hard by COVID-19 and stay-at-home orders. Though, like many industries that rely on brick-and-mortar locations, we’ve seen that beauty businesses have been resilient, with many pivoting to offer virtual consultations, mobile salon treatments like manicures and waxing,… Read more
As cities reopen and COVID-19 cases continue to rise across the country, local governments have taken action, pivoting their reopening plans. Many businesses that eagerly reopened doors in June were forced to scale back operations and in some cases even shut down again — a costly action for many small businesses.
Local economies around the U.S. have continued to change quickly and dramatically – states and cities are slowly reopening, unemployment rates are starting to decline from the recent all-time high, COVID-19 cases are increasing in some states while decreasing in others, and communities are responding to the social unrest and George Floyd protests with city-wide… Read more