Lyft is the defining transportation of choice by all those without cars or without designated drivers. Here are Lyft’s six most-visited places in metro Detroit.
The results of the Lyftie Awards are in and it’s pretty clear where metro Detroit likes to spend their time. Out of the six most-requested places, four of them hail from Detroit, one is from Dearborn, and the other Royal Oak. There were six most-visited categories.
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It has been called a “farm to table classic” and The Detroit Free Press was even voted it The Free Press Restaurant of the Year in 2015. Selden Standard specializes in locally sourced, seasonal, fresh meals. You can find them at the corner of 2nd Avenue and Selden, just south of Wayne State’s campus, two blocks west of the Fisher Music Center.
A Michigan chain favorite, this bar specializes in its wide craft beer selections and their legendary “crack fries.” If you eat one, you’ll understand the name. Is it the seasoning or the cheese sauce? Do we really ever know what fuels addiction at its core? They also have 100 taps, so…
Top Event Venue
This arena, formerly The Palace, is so awesome Google even wants to be there. Aside from housing all of the Detroit Red Wings and Detroit Pistons games, this fresh venue is also the place to be for concerts and entertainment. Come see a WWE match, Trans-Siberian orchestra, or Cirque de Soleil in the upcoming months!
It is a public two-year accredited college, established in 1938.
We empower learners through the development of independent, critical and creative thinking, and we foster diversity, tolerance, understanding, and acceptance to prepare learners to succeed in a global society.
Find it at 5101 Evergreen Rd, Dearborn, MI, 48128.
“Only in Detroit”
Top Trending Destination
The DIA is one of the most prestigious art museums in the world. Who knew it was also so popular? Only anybody who’s ever been there. Diego Rivera’s mural greets so many and the place is always packed to capacity for events and tours. See their expansive Andy Warhol exhibit until February 2018! Even the architecture is art.
That concludes the 2017 Lyftie awards. Some were obvious. Little Caesar’s arena is the biggest venue, so naturally it would attract the most Lyft users. But there were some shockers. I couldn’t believe Hop Cat would be the most popular bar with so many new and innovative craft breweries in Detroit. It must be those crack fries…
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