12 Ways to Have a Ridiculously Fun Bachelorette Party Right Here in Philly

Whether it's dancing and drinks, fine dining, or luxe spa treatments you're after, we've got your party planned.

The perfect bachelorette party right in Philly is way easier to plan than you think, whether you’re a homegrown Philadelphian or an out-of-towner. Whether you want to party all night long, have a relaxing and refreshing day, or do something quirky and fun, there’s plenty of awesome options for you right in town. Check out these twelve ideas for a bunch of totally different (and all equally fantastic) Philadelphia-area bachelorettes.

If you want to dance and party all night

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Indulge in Moroccan belly dancing and drinks 

Kick off the night with belly dancing and dinner at Marrakesh. This Moroccan BYOB spot in Queen Village will serve you a delicious three-course meal with rich and flavorful dishes like beef shish-kebab marinated in Berber and Spicy Chicken in Cumin Sauce. Show up with a few bottles of your favorite wine and enjoy a belly dancing show while drinking and dining. After party spots are aplenty in Old City, Washington Square West, and Center City: hit up Bob & Barbara’s (and make sure to get a citywide special), Franky Bradley’s, or Plough and the Stars for drinks and dancing. 

Go for sushi and shameless karaoke

Karaoke is always a good idea, but a karaoke and Sushi party—genius! Sing your heart out all night at some of Philly’s coolest Karaoke Bars with private rooms. Fuji Mountain’s private room has karaoke and a full bar, and Yakitori Boy has multiple options for Karaoke. You can reserve a lounge table for 5-12 people and purchase song tickets to sing with others around you. Or, if you prefer a more intimate affair,  choose to rent out a private room so you can sing all your High School Favorites—sans judgment.

Bar hop in Midtown Village

You can’t go wrong with a simple night out to celebrate your Bachelorette Party. Start off with drinks somewhere like Maison 208, with its cool retractable rooftop bar. Then pop on over to the nearby Sampan, or Graffiti Bar tucked behind Sampan for some delicious eats and cocktails, before heading to Woody’s for a fun crowd.  Still looking for a party?—good thing Voyuer is open until 3 A.M. on Saturdays. 

If you want something health and wellness focused

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Have a Rittenhouse brunch and spa day.

Pamper all your friends and have a bridal party that includes a boozy brunch at Parc, followed by a spa day just around the corner The Rittenhouse Spa. If you’re going full luxury, try their new “luxe ritual,” which includes full body exfoliation, a body wrap, and an oil scalp treatment followed by a massage. If some of your party is more into a high-end facial or salon service, they can have make a hair appointment, or get a facial instead. After you’re all done, you can take a dip in the pool and unwind on the rooftop deck. The best part about a spa day? You won’t only leave with great memories of total pampering with your bridal party, but you’ll also be glowing, refreshed, and totally ready for your big day. Want to keep going? Head downstairs for afternoon tea service in the Mary Cassatt tea room. 

Do yoga and brunch in Fishtown

Start off your morning with a private group session at Amrita Yoga in Fishtown.  The hip studio features multiple levels of yoga training and can accommodate for different types of events. Yoga, fitness, brunch, and cooking classes are just a few of the broad categories to choose from. After a refreshing group yoga session, head on over to the Fishtown’s newest Lebanese restaurant and cafe, Suraya. Their weekend brunch menu, diverse and delicious, has familiar drinks, omelets and salads, and of course, Lebanese specialties like hummus, falafel, and Lebanese flatbreads. Have a toast with a mimosa (or several), or try the refreshing Orange Blossom Iced Tea.

Go on a Poconos AirBnb getaway

Parties in the city are lovely, but there is something very cleansing about leaving for a bit and re-centering with nature. Consider grabbing a beautiful Airbnb (like this one) in the Poconos mountains or Delaware River Gap for a weekend of outdoor activity. (Here are a bunch more to check out.) From biking and hiking trails for the summer and skiing in the winter, there are so many things to do that are both healthy and fun. The best part, renting out an entire house means that there is still time to throw on a face mask or two and sip wine with your best friends. 

If you want to do something completely different

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Try BYOB workshops at The Craftery

Etched cheese boards, custom mugs, and marbled clay pendants are just a few of the things that you can make at a BYOB Craftery Workshop. With rotating workshop sign-ups for small parties, and private party booking for at least 8 people (and up to 30!), accommodating a Bachelorette party of any size is easy for this venue. Plus, on top of a fun and unique crafting experience, you and your friends will have something to take home and say that you all made it together—how’s that for sisterhood?

Go boozy bowling at Harp and Crown

Grabbing drinks with your best friends may be standard, but what about renting out a few bowling lanes while you’re at it? At Harp and Crown,  you can have a party with it all—and then some. The swanky, yet fun space is the perfect blend of a night out and sheer childlike joy. With a fresh and delicious menu, ample drink offerings and the reservation-only bowling lanes, a bachelorette party at Harp and Crown won’t just be a blast, it’ll be memorable forever. Afterward? Head to one of the other cool, subterranean bars just a stone’s throw away, like speakeasy The Franklin & Mortgage Investment Company.

Indulge in a hilarious Drag Brunch and Goose Island beers 

Drag Brunch is the perfect way to do something exciting, fun, and a little wild for your bachelorette. Check out Drag Diva Brunch in Wilmington Delaware and Center City for their rotating themed shows, and guest appearances from RuPaul’s Drag Race Queens. Past themes include celebrity icons like Beyonce and Cher, but regardless of the show you choose, it’s guaranteed to be a funny and entertaining show. Oh, and did we mention delicious? The cleverly named brunch menu has things like Ring My Bell Pepper, Onion and Bacon Omelet, and L’eggs Benedict and of course, Queen Sized Mimosas. Afterwards, pop next door to Goose Island and indulge in brews and a great day drinking hangout spot. 

If you want a swanky group dinner

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Enjoy skyline views at  XIX Nineteen at the Hyatt Bellevue

There’s a reason some things stay at the top of the list.  Beautiful views and delicious food make this restaurant an upscale staple, and dinner here is the ultimate swanky dinner spot. Book out the restaurant’s private wine cellar for up to 6 people or the Private dining room for 14 and start by making your own cheese board and cocktails. You won’t want to leave, but if you do, you can head for some drinks at nearby Square 1682. Plus, the view is highly Instagrammable. 

Book private dining at Osteria

 Serving up fresh and fun Italian food in Spring Garden, Osteria is the perfect balance of a cool, yet upscale the restaurant. Plus, they have a variety of private dining options for a great night out. Choose your own family style menu and book out a private space or take a pizza and pasta making class with a tasting menu. With good drinks and company, Osteria’s warm Italian fare will have everyone gushing about their best night ever. Afterward, head to one of the bars on Fairmount Avenue, like popular Bar Hygge

Go to Helm for farm-t0-table bites

For a swanky but fresh and local dinner, make a reservation at New American restaurant Helm. With two locations, one in South Philly and the other in Kensington this restaurant’s changing menu is all based on the local fare available. This BYOB hits the sweet spot between casual, fun and upscale for a Bachelorette Party. If you hit the Kensington one, then head to nearby spots Frankford Hall or Johnny Brenda’s afterward.

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