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I'm not aware of an open data ready-made taxonomy that's tuned for restaurants, but you can start with nutrient databases (like the Canadian one: http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/fn-an/nutrition/fiche-nutri-data/index-eng.php) and reverse engineer the 5,690 foods they describe into a taxonomy. If you can consider a commercial dataset, John Snow Labs (www.johnsnowlabs....


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Ok, I found some datasets on Kaggle. Here are some examples of datasets that I have found that correspond to my criteria: Kickstarter Projects Wine Reviews Chocolate Bar Ratings


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Open Payments Data are maintained by the US gov and contain a public record of payments from drug manufacturers and distributors to medical providers. They contain different features, including names and locations. You can, for example, try to predict who is paid above some amount. https://www.cms.gov/OpenPayments/Explore-the-Data/Dataset-Downloads.html


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