Wednesday, December 6, 2017

More people took a Lyft to Bahama Breeze than any other Orlando restaurant in 2017

Posted By on Wed, Dec 6, 2017 at 2:07 PM

  • Photo via Bahama Breeze/Facebook
The ride sharing company Lyft recently announced the winners of their 2017 "Lyftie Awards," and damn, apparently you all really love Bahama Breeze.

The Darden-owned fast-casual Caribbean chain was the most-visited-by-Lyft restaurant in the Orlando area for 2017. Lyft did not release any exact numbers, so it's unclear how many people were getting escorted to the "Island Grille." But it's worth noting that BB does have a solid happy hour.

Other Orlando destinations that made the list include Valencia College, for most visited university; the Beacham, for most visited bar; Amway Center, for most visited event venue; Universal's CityWalk, for a category called "Only in Orlando;" and Disney Springs, for "trending destination."

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