Bachelor/ette Parties in Cleveland
Celebrate the End of Singledom in Cleveland
Celebrate the end of singledom in Cleveland by temporarily ditching “the one” and partying with your pals. Shopping, dancing, drinking, spas, sports and steaks, we’ve got all the bach bases covered.
For the ladies, plan a downtown outing for your bachelorette party. Book a spa day at Marengo Luxury Spa. Then take your soft feet out for dinner and drinks on nearby East Fourth Street. Society Lounge actually loves you so much they make sure they have the highest quality ice cubes in your classic cocktail. Kevin’s Martini Bar, serves 65 different types of champagne and sparkling wine, in addition to its namesake beverage.
Continue the party at the bars and nightclubs in the Warehouse District. Whoop it up and pose for photos on the Velvet Dog’s rooftop patio.
Make reservations for dinner at one of the neighborhood’s many restaurants including Lolita owned by Iron Chef Michael Simon. Go crazy with onions and garlic. Halitosis be damned. Tonight’s your night, girl.
For a road trip, plan a visit to Ohio wineries, for vino, live entertainment and beautiful views. St. Joseph Vineyard, Debonne Vineyards and Ferrante Winery & Ristorante are all about an hour’s drive from downtown.
For the guys, we’ve got steaks and sports aplenty.
Get busy (in the sporty way) mountain biking at Ray’s MTB indoor course, rock climbing at the Cleveland Rock Gym or jet skiing on Lake Erie. Or, pick from more than 100 public golf courses, including Big Met, Manakiki and Sleepy Hollow.
Now to the meat. Downtown Cleveland is full of steakhouses, from Morton’s and Hyde Park, to XO Prime Steaks and Brasa, a Brazilian grill. For those on a chopped steak budget, opt for burgers at Johnny’s Little Bar.
Drink to celebrate (and/or to warm your cold feet) at bars in the Gateway District and the Warehouse District or in the nearby Ohio City neighborhood, named one of 10 great places to bar hop around the world.
Still have gas in the tank? Plan a road trip to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, about an hour’s drive from downtown.