Seattle is a phenomenal city. It’s the birthplace of grunge music, it’s situated in one of the most scenic parts of the United States, you’ve got amazing camping and river rafting trips at your doorsteps and the nightlife is something that would make Los Angeles or New York envious. It’s perfect for a great bachelor party.
For the ideal weekend of debauchery and celebrations for your soon-to-be married pal, read on for the ultimate Seattle-based bachelor party.
Start the day slow. You’re entering a marathon, not a 100-meter sprint. Maybe a few screwballs or mimosas at breakfast, but don’t get inebriated, because first on the list is some whale watching. If you’re in such a cool place, you should make the most of it. Watch the killer whales of the great Northwest from a classy boat with all your best friends. Start the day on an adrenaline high.
After some whale watching, get some lunch into you. You’ll need to line your stomach adequately. Take a trip into the city center to Garage Billiards on Broadway. It’s got great food, a pool, sports on the TV and a bowling alley. It’s the perfect storm for a good bachelor party.
Once you’ve sunk a few beers and burgers, take yourselves deeper into the Heart of Darkness and find yourselves a good night bar or club. Try Cowgirls Inc. on 1st Avenue South. The sexy, all-female staff will showcase their dance moves to ensure you have an all-around sexy night in this city. Perfect for any good chauvinist.
So go forth and enjoy your last night of freedom before you throw it all away. Just kidding. Celebrate a weekend away with your friends in style in this beautiful city.
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