Boston, ever wonder where everyone is eating, or where to find the hottest happy hour? Lyft has collected passenger drop-off data from across the country to give you the most popular destinations of 2017. Check out the list of Lyftie Award winners from your city!
Most Visited Restaurant: Legal Harborside
Legal Harborside is a three floor restaurant in the Seaport with a third floor lounge that provides beautiful views of Boston Harbor.
Most Visited Bar: Harpoon Brewery and Beer Hall
Harpoon is a local brewery that is a favorite of Boston Lyft riders. Stop by the Beer Hall for a tour of the beer making process, taste the beers on tap, or try a homemade pretzel and dipping sauces.
Most Visited Event Space: Boston Convention and Exhibition Center
The Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, or locally known as the BCEC, is the go to place for conventions in the Boston area. An added feature is its attached Lawn on D, famous for its glow in the dark swings.
Most Visited University: Harvard University
Harvard, at home in Cambridge is the oldest and one of the most prestigious universities in the US. Harvard is a top destination for both visitors and the 20,000 attending students.
Only In Boston: The Prudential Center
This Boston landmark is the second tallest building in Boston. Home to Top of the Hub Restaurant, a Skywalk Observatory, office space, and countless shops and restaurants at its base.
Trending Destination: Coppersmith
A Southie bar that was previously home to a copper manufacturing company, now well known for its two indoor food trucks and indoor to outdoor transitional bar space.
Use code BOSLYFTIES2017 for 10% off a ride to any of the winning locations between 12/3 and 12/9:
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