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Search engines are busy trying to adopt a consistent markup protocol to help use HTML code to properly identify things like businesses, reviews, addresses, books, movies and the like.
You can learn about the current popular markup for restaurants by visiting

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Using proper markup for your address is kind of like handing Google your business card on a silver platter. It doesn’t look like anything to the naked eye, but Google spiders can be 100% certain what they are looking at when it comes to identifying an address on your web pages.
The good news is that you don’t really need to know anything about the underlying code to get this part right. Simply visit http://microdatagenerator.com/Restaurant.html and fill in the blanks – The tool will produce the restaurant specific HTML code you need to add to your site in place of your current address.

Without Schema

Brad’s Pizzeria
An Awesome Place to Eat Pizza
1234 Main Street, Suite 225
Memphis, TN 38125
United States

With Schema

“@context” : “http://schema.org“,
“@type” : “Restaurant”,
“address” : {
“@type”: “PostalAddress”,
“addressLocality”: “Memphis”,
“addressRegion”: “TN”,
“postalCode”: “38125”,
“streetAddress”: “1234 Main Street Suite 225” },
“name”:”Brad’s Pizzeria”,
“openingHours”: [
“Mo-Sa 11:00-21:00”],
“servesCuisine”: [“pizza, italian, salad, kids, vegan”],”acceptsReservations”:”true”,
“paymentAccepted”:”Visa, Master Card, Discover, Amex, ApplePay, AndroidPay”

Menu Schema​

As well as utilizing schema to structure your basic restaurant facts, it is important to consider doing the same thing for your menu, as well. Schema.org https://schema.org/MenuItem released a new markup for menus allowing restaurants to truly structure their menus online and take full advantage of SEO for their most important piece of content.

Read more about it here, and be sure when you hire someone to do your website that they take full advantage of this!