Yelp is boosting its ecommerce capabilities through the integration of more third-party services into its Yelp Platform.

On Tuesday, the company announced that it has welcomed new partners onboard “to connect consumers to even more great local businesses.” In addition to food delivery partners Eat24 and, consumers can now order food from new locations through EatStreet, ChowNow and In 2013, the company also purchased restaurant booking service SeatMe.

Not only that, travellers can now also book their accommodations through the Yelp Platform. This feature is powered by hotel bookings partner Hipmunk. And for those who love taking wine tasting trips, winery reservations are available on the site, with the integration of CellarPass.

As of now, nearly 28,000 businesses in major US markets can be booked on Yelp Platform, and more will be available for business in the coming months. Given its popularity for booking services, Yelp also plans on adding more business categories to boost transactions and drive more leads to local businesses.

“With approximately 250,000 transactions happening through Yelp Platform in Q3 2013 ( and more than 50% of those on mobile), it’s clear Yelpers love the coincidence of booking and purchase options within Yelp,” reads the company’s official blog post.

“The best part is that by making it easier for consumers to spend money at local businesses, those businesses are reaping the benefits, too.”

Currently, Yelp does not charge local businesses for transactions via the Yelp Platform. The third-party service providers do, however, and Yelp gets a share of their revenue.