Google Indoor Street View rolls out in Philadelphia - Technical.ly Philly

Dec. 29, 2011 3:52 pm

Google Indoor Street View rolls out in Philadelphia

In October, Google representatives announced plans to pilot a program to offer indoor photos of businesses it catalogs. Yelp and Twitter users have noticed those indoor street view shots have started popping up in some Philadelphia bars and restaurants. The photos are dated from spring 2010, when the program began in earnest, as described by […]
Johnny Brenda’s in Fishtown is one of the first Philadelphia businesses included in Google’s Indoor Street View program.

Johnny Brenda's in Fishtown is one of the first Philadelphia businesses included in Google's Indoor Street View program.

In October, Google representatives announced plans to pilot a program to offer indoor photos of businesses it catalogs.

Yelp and Twitter users have noticed those indoor street view shots have started popping up in some Philadelphia bars and restaurants.

The photos are dated from spring 2010, when the program began in earnest, as described by a Google spokeswoman in October. They include Old City’s Eulogy and Fishtown’s Johnny Brenda’s, as depicted above.

Hat tip @TheGreenGrass.

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