Lyft shares Detroit's most popular drop-off destinations of 2018

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A view of the Deluxx Fluxx entrance in Detroit's most popular alley, The Belt. - DEVIN CULHAM
  • Devin Culham
  • A view of the Deluxx Fluxx entrance in Detroit's most popular alley, The Belt.

After making thousands of laps around the metro Detroit area each year, popular rideshare service Lyft knows a thing or two about Detroit.

For its fourth annual Lyftie Awards, Lyft shares the locations of some of Detroit's most popular drop-off destinations. Broken down into categories like Most Visited Bar and Most Popular Brunch Destination, Lyft shares the destinations most requested by Detroit-bound riders. See the most popular Detroit hot-spots below:



The Most Visited Bar – Apparatus Room
250 Larned St, Detroit, MI 48226

Adjoining the boutique Foundation Hotel, Apparatus Room is a fashionable bar and restaurant with high ceilings, tasteful decoration, and a casual lounge area that makes it great for a nice meal or a nightcap.



Most Visited Music Venue – Ford Field
2000 Brush St, Detroit, MI 48226

In 2018, the 65,000 capacity football stadium hosted A-list music acts like Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, and a co-headlining performance by Beyoncé and Jay-Z.

Most Visited Fitness Studio – Detroit Athletic Club
241 Madison St, Detroit, MI 48226

Founded in 1887, the Detroit Athletic Club offers fine dining, networking events, and recreational facilities for its members.

Most Visited Brunch Spot – Dime Store
719 Griswold St #180, Detroit, MI 48226

Located in the Chrysler House, Dime Store is a popular downtown destination for booze and brunch.

Most Visited Late-Night Restaurant – Lafayette Coney
118 W. Lafayette Blvd, Detroit, MI 48226

Perhaps settling the age-old question of American or Lafayette Coney, Lyft riders were more apt to choose Lafayette Coney in 2018.

Most Visited Late Night Neighborhood – Greektown

Greektown's close proximity to a large variety of dining, drinking, and of course gambling, makes the neighborhood a no-brainer for late-night traffic.

Only in Detroit – The Belt
Located between Library Street and Broadway Ave.

Lyft recognized The Belt alleyway for being one of Detroit's trendiest new destinations, as hosts to Deluxx Fluxx, The Skip, and craft cocktail lounge, Standby.

You can compare Detroit's Lyftie recipients with other cities by going to take.lyft.com/thelyftieawards.

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