Lyft riders selected the popular Bushwick pizzeria as their destination more than any other New York City restaurant in 2016, according to the ride-hailing company's tally.
As for their most-visited bar, the Freehold in Williamsburg, which doubles as a work space and café, earned that distinction.
Lyft's year-end analysis of customers' most-visited destinations in cities all around the U.S. — packaged as the second annual "Lyftie Awards" — also revealed the Big Apple event space where its fleet made the most drop-offs: Barclays Center.
Lyft cars transported more New York locals and tourists to Penn Station than any other transit hub in 2016, and Lyft users searched for Chelsea's trendiest park, the High Line, more than any other stop this past year.
Of course, we should take all of the San Francisco-based startup's conclusions into perspective.
Lyft is a third-string competitor in the New York driving service market, trailing behind taxis and Uber. As of Oct. 31, taxis were making on average 350,380 trips a day, Uber roughly 237,400 trips a day, and Lyft approximately 38,170, according to the data from the city's Taxi & Limousine Commission.