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Uber and Lyft’s Top 10 Bar and Restaurant Stops in SF

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Patricia Chang

Top drop off destinations for 2018 (so far)

Uber and Lyft have released their drop-off data for the year so far, ranking the most popular bars and restaurants in SF (and a few in Oakland) for local riders. There’s plenty of overlap between the two platforms, and some arbitrary distinctions drawn between what’s a bar and what’s a restaurant (guys, Anina is a bar). Still, it’s interesting to note that Uber riders were more keen to visit The Cheesecake Factory than local Lyft riders.

Uber and Lyft Drop Off Spots

Uber Restaurants Lyft Restuarants Uber Bars Lyft Bars
Uber Restaurants Lyft Restuarants Uber Bars Lyft Bars
El Techo Tartine Manufactory Southern Pacific Brewing Emporium
Souvla Nopa The Tipsy Pig Southern Pacific Brewing
Tacolicious House of Prime Rib Charmaine's Starline Social Club
The Cheesecake Factory Foreign Cinema Zeitgeist El Rio
Foreign Cinema The Tipsy Pig Flores Zeitgeist
Nopa The Snug Harper & Rye Mad Oak Bar
House of Prime Rib Urban Putt Beaux Hi Tops
China Live ANINA El Rio Charmaine’s
Tartine Manufactory Palm House Anina Trick Dog
Limon Rotisserie Souvla Tonga Room & Hurricane Bar ABV

Soul Groove reportedly evicted

Tenderloin chicken and waffle sandwich restaurant Soul Groove, which moved from a smaller spot to a larger location at 655 Ellis Street, is reportedly closed. A note on the door to the business indicates it’s been evicted.

What the Cluck opens in the Upper Haight

A new khao mun ghai stop with a “WTF?” name, What the Cluck, is open at 1782 Haight Street. It comes from a Bangkok native, and she’s offering it with an option for riceberry in lieu of traditional rice, a jasmine and black rice hybrid that’s a popular health food in Thailand.

A+ Burger opens in Oakland

A new Upper Telegraph area burger spot, A+ Burger, hopes to make the grade in Oakland at at 6228 Telegraph Ave. (between 62nd and 63rd streets). It’s now open daily from 11:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.

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