(Closed) Inexpensive Bachelorette Party Ideas in NYC

posted 9 years ago in New York City
Post # 4
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Worker bee

Theres also the 80s prom. I think they wind up having tickets on TKTS lately- not sure how much off they are.

Post # 5
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Newbee
  • Wedding: August 2010

In the Philadelphia area there is a "naked waiter" service that comes in and serves drinks, snacks, etc.  I don’t know if they’re up in NYC or not, but it’s fun, not too raunchy.

 

Post # 6
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 1969

I loved Divine Bar… I wonder if you could incorporate that place into your plans…

Post # 7
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2008

Martini’s and Manicures at Beauty Bar:

http://www.beautybar.com/ny/martinis.html

$10 gets you a cocktail and a manicure (really just nail polish- not a full-on spa manicure).

My sister took me there for my bachelorette- it was a lot of fun.

 

Afterwards we went to Chat n’ Chew for cheap and yummy comfort food:

http://www.yelp.com/biz/chat-n-chew-new-york-2

 

Then on to Max Brenner’s for s’mores!

http://www.maxbrenner.com/

Post # 8
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Newbee

What time of year is your bachelorette party?  How old are the girls- what did you have in mind in terms of fun.  My suggestion is to always start off with a little pre-game in the room.  Even if the hotel rooms are tiny it helps lossen up everyone.  if you are going when the weather is nice and staying in Murry Hill stop by Rare View for one drink to take some great NYC Rooftop pictures.  Drinks are expensive but it’s fun for one drink especially if the girls don’t know NYC.

 There are several inexpensive resturants that cater to bachelorette parties but they book up way in advance.

Mangiae e bevi is super popular!  It will be packed with bachelorette parties and if you are late they will give away your table- but it’s inexpensive and tons of fun.  They may have a sister resturant that opened up but I can’t remember the name.

http://www.mangiaebevirestaurant.com/media/websitemangia.html

 Another popular place is tortilla flats -again inexpensive therefore books up months in advance.   http://www.tortillaflatsnyc.com/index_home.html

If your crowd wants the typical NYC dancing on the bar after dinner there is always hogs and heffers or Red Rock- I would say those places are a stop in for one drink and be on your way.

During the day it’s always fun to go and get a manicure and pedicure.  You don’t have to go to a super expensive spa either.  The one thing that is cheap in NYC is manicures and pedicures- you should be able to get both for around $25.00.  

 Just a note of caution.  if your crew wants to get into some of the nicer clubs you need to buy bottle service and they normally do not let in bachlorette parties that are decked out in "bachlorette party gear".

I have hosted a ton of parties in the city so let me know if you need any other ideas.

 

 

 

Post # 9
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2018

Rent a late night karaoke room!  There are some that are BYOB and are so much fun!

Post # 10
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Helper bee

Sala One Nine will put together a menu and sangria package for you. Food is great and the price isn’t terrible for the city.

http://www.salanyc.com/

I second the karaoke room! Tons of fun and BYOB is a great way to save.

Post # 11
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Wannabee

Another good suggestion for mani/pedis with friends is Dashing Divas.  We all got to sit next to each other and gab while we got our pedis.  Certain locations offer drinks just like Beauty Bar.

I also went to a bachelorette party at DivaDance where we took a really fun DivaStrip class.  Not raunchy at all – laid back, sexy and we all had a great time!  Check out the site for the party packages:  http://www.divadancenyc.com

Some other ideas include stopping by for a drink at champagne bar Flute or going to brunch at Sunburnt Cow where they offer an all you can drink endless brunch for $18.  The food was really yummy.  http://www.thesunburntcow.com 

Post # 12
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: May 2004

Last year I organized my friend’s bachelorette party.  We learn how to pole dance and then the second part we did Karoke which also included food and drinks.

Post # 13
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2008

We did karoake for my batchlorette party. If you go to Japas you can do 2 hour of karoake, drinks and food for 40 a person I believe.

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