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Lyft announces most popular Pittsburgh destinations for 2018

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Lyft announced its most popular destinations in 2018.

Pittsburghers really like getting rides to Tequila Cowboy Bar and Grill.

The North Shore bar was the most visited bar by people taking Lyfts in 2018, the company announced Tuesday in its annual Lyftie Awards.

It’s not the first time Tequila Cowboy has topped lists of popular places to get a ride to. And with a drink menu boasting 32-ounce margaritas, taking a Lyft or Uber to and home from the bar is probably a good idea.

Tequila Cowboy was the most popular destination for Lyft drivers on Halloween. The bar was Uber’s second top destination in 2017 and the most visited bar for Lyft drivers that year.

Other Pittsburgh Lyftie award winners in 2018 were:

• Most Popular Concert Venue: Stage AE

• Most Visited Restaurant for Brunch: Eat ‘n Park

• Most Visited Restaurant for Late night: Primanti Bros.

• Most Visited Fitness Studio/Gym: LA Fitness

• Most Visited Late Night Neighborhood: South Side

• Only In Pittsburgh: Giant Eagle

To see the full list of winners in each of the 45 markets, visit the Lyftie Awards website . New users can use the code LYFTIES18 for $5 off of the first 2 rides to one of the winning destinations or anywhere across Pittsburgh.

Madasyn Czebiniak is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Madasyn at 724-226-4702, [email protected], or via Twitter @maddyczebstrib.

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