It’s been the plotline of many comedy hits, and let’s face it, any man taking the plunge is probably more excited about the Bachelor Party than the ceremony. So do your Bachelor Party right with a trip to Las Vegas.
There is a basic formula to a good Bachelor Party, and it goes something like this:
We’re going to help you with the first four sections, first though you need to figure out where you’re staying:
Palms – Close to the Strip and a popular spot for the 20-30 something crowd. Also tons of great restaurants and clubs.
Hard Rock – It’s world famous, also close to the Strip and other popular party spots.
Aria – It’s in CityCenter, right in the middle of the Strip, and has several popular party spots close by.
Great bars for your Bachelor pre-drinking (pre-drinking generally means drinking, but it’s the drinking before you drink. Try not to blackout just yet though) should be fun and casual. Sports bars are usually a good option. Get some wings and sit back and complain because your team is losing again. You may also want a spot with some pool tables and darts, a little friendly competition is always a good idea:
Hooter’s Las Vegas – This is a natural choice, and there are several of them including one right on the strip. Nothing like well endowed women serving wings and beers.
Your Hotel’s bar - No matter where you’re staying, you’re hotel has one. It is close, has TV’s, and you can shower up before dinner.
Any hotel on the Strip – Seriously, any of them. You can’t go wrong on the Las Vegas Strip for a Bachelor Party
You want to be sure you eat something before the night begins. Shower up and get ready for your night to begin. Some great places to go for some good food and a great time are:
Kahunaville in Treasure Island – Flare bartenders and party atmosphere.
Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville at Flamingo – Chillax with a few margaritas and good music before you hit the clubs.
Dick’s Last Resort in Excalibur – The waiters are rude, on purpose, and it’s tons of fun. It’s called Dick’s for a reason. Be sure your crew has a healthy sense of humor.
Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill – Tons of fun for the country fan, and great food.
If you’re looking for something more upscale check out N9NE, STACK, FIX, Grand LUX Café, or Social House.
Why not eat at a Strip Club? You can’t get more Bachelor Party than that. Treasures and Spearmint Rhino both have full dinner menus.
There are a million clubs and bars in Vegas. Well we haven’t counted them technically, but thousands at least. Some great places specifically for a Bachelor Party in no particular order include:
The list goes on. These are all of your typical Las Vegas clubs, a great time with tons of good looking people, loud music and bottle service. No matter where you’re at on the Strip, you are bound to have a good time.
At some point though whoever has survived the Bachelor Party this far is going to want to see some T&A. What’s a Bachelor Party without a Strip Club?
Sapphire – Want to see the largest Strip Club in the World? It’s in Vegas naturally, and it is called Sapphires. Wall to wall beautiful women.
Treasures – A much smaller venue, but a beautiful set-up. Not the easiest place to find, but the girls here are top-notch.
Rick’s Cabaret – Can Strip Clubs do classy? Try out Rick’s and find out for yourself.
Spearmint Rhino – It’s been in the news due to scandal, that’s a good thing when it comes to Strip Clubs right?
Bada Bing! – Has a Mediterranean feel, and great “service”... nothing illegal.
Crazy Horse III – A great setup a bit south of the Strip. A spectrum of girls here, something for everyone.
Déjà Vu – Ultra modern afterhours club starting at 4 a.m. daily.
Girls of Glitter Gulch – The girls are better looking than the name sounds. This Downtown Strip Club has recently seen a huge renovation.
Little Darlings – Fully nude, but no alcohol. Apparently there is some sort of law.
Olympic Garden – The only Strip Club on Las Vegas Blvd, a little north of the main Las Vegas Strip area. A large venue with female strippers downstairs and male strippers upstairs.