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Lyft's Most Popular L.A. Drop-Off Destinations In 2015

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It's the simple pleasures in life sometimes, like the convenience of being able to call an Uber or Lyft at any hour to take us to a raging party in West Hollywood or quite simply, the mall, because we don't want to deal with holiday parking. Lyft has taken notes on our most-requested drop-off destinations in different cities throughout the nation and come up with a nifty list.

This list is part of Lyft's first annual Lyftie Awards, where they celebrate local hotspots. And apparently, we really like going to downtown Los Angeles' rooftop Perch bar as well as West Hollywood gay bar The Abbey, which not only got the most requested bar drop-off destination in our city, but in the nation. Here's the full list:

Most Visited Restaurant

Most Visited Bar
The Abbey

Most Visited Event Venue
Hollywood Bowl

Most Visited Transit Station
Union Station

Only in LA
Top mall: Beverly Center
Top hotel: Ace Hotel
And for good measure, Lyft also let us know that although we're a "health-conscious city," In-N-Out made it on L.A.'s top 40 list because nobody can resist an animal-style burger.

As for Uber, we've seen them put out a top 10 destination list for Chicago this year, but haven't seen one for L.A.

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