I am getting married in Seattle in late September. I will have about a dozen friends and spouses in town for the event. I have a vision in my head of a low-key bachelor party, sitting in lawn chairs on the Sound somewhere grilling or doing a clam bake thing, within a half hour's drive from Seattle. Advice for making the vision a reality? [more inside]
posted by bepe
on Sep 6, 2013 -
I've whittled down options for my bachelor party, which will be quirky but fun. Intended audience, around 25 to 30 bros in the 30-35 year old segment around the country, but mostly east coast. Everyone has jobs, few have kids. All played or play sports or like them. Want some thing different, fun and memorable. My options: Chicago for a weekend, or Memphis/Ole Miss for taste of the South. [more inside]
posted by sandmanwv
on Jul 26, 2013 -
Recommendations for good bachelor party "activity"-type places in NYC. Not looking for debauchery—right now, we're considering something like Brooklyn Bowl
. Thinking along those lines or pool/darts, that sort of thing, but also interested in other ideas. Manhattan or Brooklyn. [more inside]
posted by Conrad Cornelius o'Donald o'Dell
on May 9, 2013 -
Bachelor party, challenge level: wholesome time, tiny Midwestern town, Thursday night, 7 people total, best man (me) arriving in town a few hours before. [more inside]
posted by gregoryg
on Apr 22, 2013 -
Please help me plan for a bachelor party, in a city I've never been in. Which is happening in 48 hours. [more inside]
posted by Poppa Bear
on Mar 21, 2012 -
[BrooklynFilter] The best man has tasked me with finding a gentlemen's club for my friend's bachelor party. [more inside]
posted by griphus
on Aug 25, 2011 -
For a bachelor party in Connecticut, I would like to rent a motorboat big enough for 6 people, for a half-day, ideally near Foxwoods casino, ideally with a bbq grill, two weeks from now. Recommendations please?
posted by sninctown
on Jul 24, 2011 -
First time groomsman trying to put together plans for a bachelor party. What's a fun idea when some of the other guys are under 21 and the groom doesn't really drink anyway? He's a little socially awkward—even with us—and I want to make sure he has a great time.
posted by mean cheez
on Jul 19, 2011 -
In accordance with best man duties, I've planned an epic bachelor party that is scheduled for tomorrow. Unfortunately, I've been sick all week and even had to go to the ER last night with a 106F fever. It's now under control but I still feel like crap. Should I go or should I delegate organizational duties while I still have a little time? [more inside]
posted by photovox
on Jun 17, 2011 -
A group of us are planning on heading to Windsor from Chicago for a bachelor party next month. What are some fun things we can do? [more inside]
posted by AMP583
on Apr 23, 2011 -
I'll be visiting New Orleans next weekend for a double bachelor party (my brother and a friend of his). I'm helping to plan the event - what should we do? We're looking for perhaps 1) a great restaurant for a nice meal, 2) a club with bottle service or something like that, and 3) maybe a place to watch the ballet, so to speak. There will be about 15-20 of us. Thanks for your advice and suggestions.
posted by scottso17
on Mar 30, 2011 -
20 guys in a house for a weekend. I need non-strippery ideas for a bachelor party. Please help. [more inside]
posted by malhouse
on Mar 20, 2011 -
I'm looking for a big
hotel room or suite or apartment for rent in New York City for a single night. For 12 people. On short notice. [more inside]
posted by Plutor
on Jun 4, 2010 -
I'm helping plan a gay couple's bachelor party that is happening TONIGHT, and the male strippers just
cancelled on us. Ugh. I know that the couple will be disappointed if there's no nudity involved in the shenanigans tonight. We were hoping to not have to go to a strip club, but rather have the strippers come to a house in the 'burbs. Help me find 1 or 2 gay friendly male strippers in the D.C. metro area [more inside]
posted by Gonestarfishing
on May 28, 2010 -
How can I make a bachelor party that's really just a night at the bar with the guys into something slightly more bachelory? No strippers or costumes, please. [more inside]
posted by Askr
on Apr 22, 2009 -
So I'm a gay male, have a good friend who's a straight male visiting from out of town. We're looking for some activities in San Francisco that might fall into the category of bachelor-party male-bonding sort of thing... Any ideas? Things guys might do in Las Vegas for $1000 please, Alex! Are there strip clubs that feature both men and women?
posted by ssimon82
on Aug 6, 2008 -
What are some Bachelor Party options for Philadelphia on a Friday night?
"Adult Entertainment" is probably out (Atlantic City for the next night). We're looking for fun places that a group of 8 guys in mid 20s would enjoy (early 20s places are always an option). Bars, BYOBs for dinner, cheesy dance clubs. Probably looking for places where the dude ratio is relatively low. Staying in center city.
posted by sandmanwv
on May 27, 2008 -
4 men. 3 days/2nights. 1 bachelor party. Fun and originality are the priorities. Money is tight. Help me, hive mind? [more inside]
posted by mrmcsurly
on Jan 7, 2008 -
What amusing rigors can we put the bachelor through as we drive from Chicago to northern Wisconsin? [more inside]
posted by asuprenant
on Aug 10, 2007 -
How much does it cost to rent a limo or van to go one-way from Brooklyn to Atlantic City? [more inside]
posted by owenville
on May 15, 2007 -
My bachelor party is in a few weeks, and my friends are likely dragging me to a strip club. Since I have never previously patronized such an establishment , I am seeking advice on etiquette and how to play it cool.
posted by anonymous
on Mar 14, 2007 -
What would be a fun group activity for a bunch of thirtysomething guys in the Washington, DC area in the first week of October? It's for a bachelor party, but don't let that restrict the kind of thing you suggest. The groom has a quirky sense of humor. He loves videogames, movies, and kitschy pop culture stuff.To give you an idea, Dinosaur Kingdom
would be perfect if it were closer to the metro DC area. [more inside]
posted by yankeefog
on Aug 23, 2006 -
I'm throwing a bachelor party in the D.C. area in October. Groom and guests are all mid 30s. Techies, med school, law school, etc--generally nice guys. As far as I know, they are equipped with penises. Yet they're not really the "stripper" sort--more likely to appreciate a pint of Guinness and a well-turned smart-ass remark. What kind of unique and interesting events/activities can I arrange that will cause groom and guests to expound to no end about what a great weekend they had? Bars and restaurants suggested will be appreciated as well.
posted by Kibbutz
on Jul 7, 2006 -
I am organizing a bachelor party to be held in Calgary, Canada and I could use some suggestions to increase the awesome.
posted by metaname
on May 18, 2006 -
I'm planning a bachelor party in Houston. Anyone have any suggestions? What to do, where to go, who to hire?
We're working on a pretty limited budget. Something along the lines of $30-$40 per guy with 10 guys in attendance.
Suggestions need not be Houston specific but any personal reviews of clubs or activities in Houston would be very welcome.
posted by yangwar
on Feb 24, 2004 -