Recently my local community started submitting and accepting businesses more, which I think is overall welcome since there are businesses out there that definitely deserve their own wayspots.
On the other hand, there's a significant influx of submissions that are a bit challenging for me to review. Those that don't have, say, their own Wikipedia page or other articles online that clarify the business' cultural importance. Usually the supporting information for those say stuff like "this is a chef restaurant" or "this pub is frequented by students" or "this place has a high score on TripAdvisor" (these are 3 things I've seen multiple times, not just random examples) - and I honestly don't know if these are enough to accept a business that otherwise I know nothing about. Does that qualify those businesses as ones with significant cultural value?
What are your opinions? How do you usually judge business nominations?