It turns out your neighborhood Irish pub might not be the only place to eat…
It turns out your neighborhood Irish pub might not be the only place to eat and drink on St. Patrick’s Day as national chain restaurants trended last year as the top spots according to Lyft riders.
Last year, not only did St. Patrick’s Day party goers taking a Lyft grab drinks and food at The Cheesecake Factory, they also hit up Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar, TGI Fridays? and more.
Pubcrawlers also hopped in their ride with friends and went to a few local favorites like Los Angeles’ The Abbey, DC’s Busboy & Poets and San Francisco’s Souvla.
That’s why for St. Patrick’s Day 2018, Lyft’s got the ultimate guide to of the most popular spots to drink (and maybe eat), with top eateries and bars in Chicago, New York, Miami, Boston and more.
If you’re like last year’s Lyft riders, some of which took over 15 rides on St. Patrick’s Day, you’ll want this go-to guide for having your best night out at the hottest spots that should be on anyone’s list.
Here’s where to drink on St. Patrick’s Day
- House of Yes (New York)
- The Abbey (Los Angeles)
- Harpoon Brewery And Beer Hall (Boston)
- Wood Tavern (Miami)
- Tootsies Orchid Lounge (Nashville)
- Zeitgeist (San Francisco)
- Hopleaf (Chicago)
- Applebee’s® Neighborhood Grill & Bar (Philadelphia)
- Recess Beer Garden (Denver)
- Headquarters Beercade? (Chicago)
And for those looking to eat too, Lyft’s got you covered. Here’s your guide to eating out on St. Patrick’s Day
- Au Cheval (Chicago)
- The Cheesecake Factory (Boston)
- E.P. & L.P. (Los Angeles)
- Los Chingones (Denver)
- Lolinda (San Francisco)
- Searsucker (San Diego)
- Busboys and Poets (Washington DC)
- TGI Fridays? (Washington DC)
- Bodega Taqueria y Tequila (Miami)
- Souvla (San Francisco)
To gather the list of the top bar and restaurant destinations, Lyft analyzed drop off data across the top markets that had the highest volumes of St. Patrick’s Day rides last year, including Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, DC, Denver, LA, New York City, Philadelphia, Phoenix, San Diego, and San Francisco. Rankings are in no particular order.