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Where to Throw the Perfect Bachelorette Party in Dallas

Get ready to sip champagne, feast on barbecue and queso, and so much more

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Saying “I do” is a big deal, and so is finding a spot to host the perfect bachelorette party. Whether your group is all about over-the-top coordinated outfits, sashes and NSFW novelty straws, or just a chill night out to celebrate the bride-to-be, Dallas has plenty of solid spots where bachelorettes can eat, drink, and party.

Looking for the best bachelorette party spots in Dallas? Head to one of these 19 establishments for boozy punch bowls, tacos, barbecue, and so much more. As a bonus, many of these spots also offer some type of entertainment in addition to the food and drink, ranging from foosball and arcade games to live jazz, dancing, and rooftop hangs.

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Legacy Food Hall

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With three floors, over twenty different food options, and a beer garden with live music every Friday and Saturday night, Legacy Hall is pretty much already a party. Buy pre-loaded gift cards at this cashless establishment, then split up and order everything from fried chicken and barbecue to sushi and hand-pulled noodles. Score a couple of tables on the balcony, and share a feast while drinking pre-show.

For bachelorette parties packed with discerning diners, chef Anastacia Quinones’s modern Mexican dishes at Jose stun every single time. Sip blood orange frozen margaritas, eat bright and beautifully plated aguachile, and soak in the sophisticated vibe.

Drake's

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Set those sparklers ablaze and head to Drake’s for an old Hollywood style romp packed with good eats, live music, and plenty of Park Cities people-watching. Post up in one of the luxe leather banquettes, and share everything from pizza to Prime steaks while sipping classic cocktails and Champagne. Note: you’ll want to snag a reservation here well in advance — Drake’s stays busy.

Desert Racer

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The newest spot from vaunted Dallas restaurateur Nick Badovinus blends bright, colorful decor with playful spins on Tex-Mex classics like chimichangas, enchiladas, and tostadas. Lounge on the courtyard, play table tennis or foosball, and of course, pose for a million selfies while sipping margaritas, Ranch Waters, and more.

The Rustic

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If a giant lawn, live music, cowboy decor, and drinks with spiked popsicles stashed inside isn’t a recipe for a perfect bachelorette party, what is? Check the bar’s website for its live music schedule, then grab tickets for the group and head over for two-stepping, Texas cheesesteaks, and plenty of beer during the show. Or, consider The Rustic’s “Jam and Toast” brunch, which pairs family-style eats and brunch cocktails with live music every Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Las Palmas Tex-Mex

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Year-round Christmas lights and classic country music playing in the dining room give this old-school style Tex-Mex spot in Uptown a seriously great vibe. Sip margaritas, feast on fajitas topped with bone marrow butter, and of course, enjoy plenty of the restaurant’s killer queso.

Virgin Hotels Dallas

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Dallas’s newest hotel is also one of its most stunning, and it’s a perfect spot for a laid-back bachelorette. Grab coffee at Funny Library, drinks and dinner at chic eatery Commons Club, or lounge on the roof at the Pool Club. Protip: if the festivities happen to take place on the first Saturday of the month, book a spot at the boozy “Upside Down” tea party from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

The Clover Club

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With a bit of a vintage speakeasy vibe and two distinct drinking spots, Clover Club is a fun place to drink, dance, and chill on a rooftop. On the second floor, take in live jazz while feasting on steak and sipping the bar’s namesake cocktail, a frothy mix of gin, lemon, raspberry, and egg white. Upstairs, hit the (heated) rooftop patio for mezcal margaritas with a view.

Sixty Vines

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Dozens of wines on tap and pizza and pasta for days makes the Uptown outpost of Sixty Vines a bachelorette no-brainer. Call ahead to host the festivities in the space’s greenhouse-like private room, or settle in with a smaller group on the patio that faces the Crescent Hotel’s newly renovated courtyard. After dining, stroll around the Crescent for a little shopping, drinks at lobby bar Beau Nash, or maybe even late-night bites at the Shake Shack outpost that’s only a few feet away.

Te Deseo

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This sexy Harwood District hotspot boasts a stunning space and creative Latin American dishes. A huge outdoor bar offers a rose-covered wall ideal for those selfies and group photos, and Te Deseo’s cocktail menu boasts everything from tequila and mezcal flights to sippable cocktails like a lavender pisco sour and a massive, shareable margarita.

Terry Black's Barbecue

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Post up on the rooftop of this sprawling barbecue newcomer and fill up on smoky brisket before heading out on the town. Wine and beer are on offer, naturally, but consider the restaurant’s trademark black margarita, mixed with blood orange and boasting a photogenic pitch-black hue. After ordering a drink, fill the table with ribs, sausage, and sides like baked potato salad, creamed corn, and Mexican rice.

Niwa Japanese BBQ

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Let everyone in the group show off their cooking skills at Niwa, where top-quality beef sizzles on the grill and the cocktails are strong. Start dinner with bright hamachi crudo or crispy takoyaki, then fill the grill with everything from pork belly and chicken thigh to asparagus and calamari. Don’t worry about smelling like a campfire after, either — the ventilation is solid here.

Harlowe MXM

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A major Deep Ellum destination for dining, drinking and partying, Harlowe MXM offers groups three separate experiences where you can eat, drink and lounge all day and night. Inside, find luxe bar food like lobster-topped burgers, or head to the rooftop for a killer Dallas view and frozen cocktails. Then, retreat to the secret cocktail bar Trick Pony, where the constantly changing, themed cocktail menus never disappoint.

Vidorra

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Tex-Mex and Dallas go together like bachelorette parties and phallic-shaped straws. The aesthetically pleasing indoor-outdoor rooftop spaces at this Deep Ellum spot are ideal for girls night out, and the “I didn’t text you, tequila did” mural is an iconic photo opp spot. Gather ‘round a molcajete full of bubbling queso fundido and give yourselves a good foundation for all the drinking that will inevitably follow.

Punch Bowl Social Dallas

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Punch Bowl Social’s massive Deep Ellum location has something for everyone, seriously — there’s a bowling alley, arcade, restaurant, and bar. Start with a few namesake punch bowls and tasty bar snacks like sriracha peanut fries and barbacoa tacos, then get competitive with a little booze-fueled bowling or belt out Beyonce jams in one of the bar’s private karaoke rooms.

The Statler Dallas, Curio Collection by Hilton

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This iconic Downtown Dallas hotel boasts four hotspots for nighttime dining without even having to call an Uber. Start with Szechuan duck potstickers and crispy roast duck at Asian eatery Fine China, then head to sports bar Scout for bowling, ping pong, foosball, and of course, more snacks. Venture upstairs to the hotel’s rooftop and visit pool bar Waterproof, where the drinks flow until 2 a.m., or head to basement bar Bourbon & Banter for friendly bartenders and expertly crafted cocktails.

The Adolphus, Autograph Collection

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Keeping everyone fed, caffeinated and safe inside a hotel for the night can be a genius option for a bachelorette party. Consider the Adolphus, a true one-stop-shop where the girls can grab coffee at Ottos, shop at Commerce, take photos in the French Room’s gorgeous salon, and enjoy a sophisticated dinner in one of Dallas’s most storied dining rooms. The next morning, nurse any lingering hangovers with brunch at City Hall Bistro.

4 Kahunas

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For bachelorettes who can’t afford to jet off to a tropical destination, Eater Dallas’s 2019 Bar of the Year is a solid second choice. Post up in on the cozy couch in “The Grotto,” and sip fancy, beautifully garnished umbrella drinks like Mai Tais and painkillers all night long. When hunger inevitably strikes, order some munchies from the taco bar next door.

Legacy Food Hall

With three floors, over twenty different food options, and a beer garden with live music every Friday and Saturday night, Legacy Hall is pretty much already a party. Buy pre-loaded gift cards at this cashless establishment, then split up and order everything from fried chicken and barbecue to sushi and hand-pulled noodles. Score a couple of tables on the balcony, and share a feast while drinking pre-show.

José

For bachelorette parties packed with discerning diners, chef Anastacia Quinones’s modern Mexican dishes at Jose stun every single time. Sip blood orange frozen margaritas, eat bright and beautifully plated aguachile, and soak in the sophisticated vibe.

Drake's

Set those sparklers ablaze and head to Drake’s for an old Hollywood style romp packed with good eats, live music, and plenty of Park Cities people-watching. Post up in one of the luxe leather banquettes, and share everything from pizza to Prime steaks while sipping classic cocktails and Champagne. Note: you’ll want to snag a reservation here well in advance — Drake’s stays busy.

Desert Racer

The newest spot from vaunted Dallas restaurateur Nick Badovinus blends bright, colorful decor with playful spins on Tex-Mex classics like chimichangas, enchiladas, and tostadas. Lounge on the courtyard, play table tennis or foosball, and of course, pose for a million selfies while sipping margaritas, Ranch Waters, and more.

The Rustic

If a giant lawn, live music, cowboy decor, and drinks with spiked popsicles stashed inside isn’t a recipe for a perfect bachelorette party, what is? Check the bar’s website for its live music schedule, then grab tickets for the group and head over for two-stepping, Texas cheesesteaks, and plenty of beer during the show. Or, consider The Rustic’s “Jam and Toast” brunch, which pairs family-style eats and brunch cocktails with live music every Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Las Palmas Tex-Mex

Year-round Christmas lights and classic country music playing in the dining room give this old-school style Tex-Mex spot in Uptown a seriously great vibe. Sip margaritas, feast on fajitas topped with bone marrow butter, and of course, enjoy plenty of the restaurant’s killer queso.

Virgin Hotels Dallas

Dallas’s newest hotel is also one of its most stunning, and it’s a perfect spot for a laid-back bachelorette. Grab coffee at Funny Library, drinks and dinner at chic eatery Commons Club, or lounge on the roof at the Pool Club. Protip: if the festivities happen to take place on the first Saturday of the month, book a spot at the boozy “Upside Down” tea party from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

The Clover Club

With a bit of a vintage speakeasy vibe and two distinct drinking spots, Clover Club is a fun place to drink, dance, and chill on a rooftop. On the second floor, take in live jazz while feasting on steak and sipping the bar’s namesake cocktail, a frothy mix of gin, lemon, raspberry, and egg white. Upstairs, hit the (heated) rooftop patio for mezcal margaritas with a view.

Sixty Vines

Dozens of wines on tap and pizza and pasta for days makes the Uptown outpost of Sixty Vines a bachelorette no-brainer. Call ahead to host the festivities in the space’s greenhouse-like private room, or settle in with a smaller group on the patio that faces the Crescent Hotel’s newly renovated courtyard. After dining, stroll around the Crescent for a little shopping, drinks at lobby bar Beau Nash, or maybe even late-night bites at the Shake Shack outpost that’s only a few feet away.

Te Deseo

This sexy Harwood District hotspot boasts a stunning space and creative Latin American dishes. A huge outdoor bar offers a rose-covered wall ideal for those selfies and group photos, and Te Deseo’s cocktail menu boasts everything from tequila and mezcal flights to sippable cocktails like a lavender pisco sour and a massive, shareable margarita.

Terry Black's Barbecue

Post up on the rooftop of this sprawling barbecue newcomer and fill up on smoky brisket before heading out on the town. Wine and beer are on offer, naturally, but consider the restaurant’s trademark black margarita, mixed with blood orange and boasting a photogenic pitch-black hue. After ordering a drink, fill the table with ribs, sausage, and sides like baked potato salad, creamed corn, and Mexican rice.

Niwa Japanese BBQ

Let everyone in the group show off their cooking skills at Niwa, where top-quality beef sizzles on the grill and the cocktails are strong. Start dinner with bright hamachi crudo or crispy takoyaki, then fill the grill with everything from pork belly and chicken thigh to asparagus and calamari. Don’t worry about smelling like a campfire after, either — the ventilation is solid here.

Harlowe MXM

A major Deep Ellum destination for dining, drinking and partying, Harlowe MXM offers groups three separate experiences where you can eat, drink and lounge all day and night. Inside, find luxe bar food like lobster-topped burgers, or head to the rooftop for a killer Dallas view and frozen cocktails. Then, retreat to the secret cocktail bar Trick Pony, where the constantly changing, themed cocktail menus never disappoint.

Vidorra

Tex-Mex and Dallas go together like bachelorette parties and phallic-shaped straws. The aesthetically pleasing indoor-outdoor rooftop spaces at this Deep Ellum spot are ideal for girls night out, and the “I didn’t text you, tequila did” mural is an iconic photo opp spot. Gather ‘round a molcajete full of bubbling queso fundido and give yourselves a good foundation for all the drinking that will inevitably follow.

Punch Bowl Social Dallas

Punch Bowl Social’s massive Deep Ellum location has something for everyone, seriously — there’s a bowling alley, arcade, restaurant, and bar. Start with a few namesake punch bowls and tasty bar snacks like sriracha peanut fries and barbacoa tacos, then get competitive with a little booze-fueled bowling or belt out Beyonce jams in one of the bar’s private karaoke rooms.

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The Statler Dallas, Curio Collection by Hilton

This iconic Downtown Dallas hotel boasts four hotspots for nighttime dining without even having to call an Uber. Start with Szechuan duck potstickers and crispy roast duck at Asian eatery Fine China, then head to sports bar Scout for bowling, ping pong, foosball, and of course, more snacks. Venture upstairs to the hotel’s rooftop and visit pool bar Waterproof, where the drinks flow until 2 a.m., or head to basement bar Bourbon & Banter for friendly bartenders and expertly crafted cocktails.

The Adolphus, Autograph Collection

Keeping everyone fed, caffeinated and safe inside a hotel for the night can be a genius option for a bachelorette party. Consider the Adolphus, a true one-stop-shop where the girls can grab coffee at Ottos, shop at Commerce, take photos in the French Room’s gorgeous salon, and enjoy a sophisticated dinner in one of Dallas’s most storied dining rooms. The next morning, nurse any lingering hangovers with brunch at City Hall Bistro.

4 Kahunas

For bachelorettes who can’t afford to jet off to a tropical destination, Eater Dallas’s 2019 Bar of the Year is a solid second choice. Post up in on the cozy couch in “The Grotto,” and sip fancy, beautifully garnished umbrella drinks like Mai Tais and painkillers all night long. When hunger inevitably strikes, order some munchies from the taco bar next door.

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