Sometimes we take what is local for granted. Well, this collection of applications will help you rediscover what is right around the corner or help plan your "gas-tank getaway".
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Looking for a burrito joint open now? An Irish pub nearby? A gas station you can drive to before your tank hits empty? Yelp for Windows Phone is here to help. Use us to search for places to eat, shop, drink, relax and play then read reviews from an active community of locals in the know.
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