(Closed) Hot Bachelorette in the City

posted 14 years ago in Chicago
Post # 3
1174 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: December 1969

Howl at the moon is lots of fun, and while you can buy drinks there, you don’t have to drink to have fun. Or what about a pole dance class at S Factor? They actually prohibit you from drinking before or during the class.

Post # 4
2 posts
  • Wedding: August 2008

My Maid/Matron of Honor just threw me a REALLY FUN burlesque-themed bachelorette party in Chicago that does not have to focus on alcohol.  We all dressed up with feathers/boahs/glam outfits, went to dinner and then headed to G Boutique (Damen/Armitage), which is a cute lingerie store that throws bachelorette parties.  They let us bring our own drinks/dessert and then brought in a burlesque dance instructor to teach us burlesque dancing.  We had a hilarious class and then went out dancing to try out some of the moves.  I would totally recommend checking them out if you want to do something a little wild that doesn’t have to involve alcohol.

Post # 5
1315 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2008

KARAOKE!  But in a private room.  I did this for my sister’s bachelorette and it went over great.  We went to Sing Sing Karaoke in NYC, but I’m sure Chicago has some with a similar set up (a quick Google search revealed ‘Karaoke Restaurant’ that doesn’t serve alcohol, so the 18yo and recovering AA shouldn’t have any difficulties).

What’s great is that because it’s a private room (you pay per person per hour)- as opposed to having to sing in front of lots of other people, take turns with them and be around the bar with all the drinks.

It was a lot of fun- even my stick in the mud cousins were rocking out to ‘Girls Just Want to Have Fun"! Having a private room makes all the difference.

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