1522 Walnut St., 2nd Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Nothing like a toast — and maybe a smoke — to the groom-to-be. This premier cigar shop and bar features more than 200 cigars and 330 types of whiskeys, as well as a knowledgeable staff to help all members of the bachelor party weed through the extensive list. Located in Rittenhouse Square, Ashton Cigar Bar boasts an all-glass walk-in humidor and an array of rare and limited edition whiskey vintages, as well as an extensive cocktail menu for a sophisticated spin on a traditional boys’ night out.
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1114 Frankford Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19124
Fishtown is home of the area’s original arcade bar, and it’s definitely worth a pit stop for any beer lover’s bachelor party. With an extensive menu of exclusive beers, like Troegs Sunshine Pils and Do Good Kenzo Stout, this “barcade” combines classic video games and American craft beer, so it’s a win-win for anyone who grew up in the early days of arcade games. Old school video games like Asteroids, Donkey Kong, Double Dragon, Tetris and, yes, even Ms. Pac Man make for the perfect backdrop for a unique bachelor party, and will take a gaming groom on a nostalgic walk down memory lane.
22 S. 3rd St.
Philadelphia, PA 19106
Housed in a historic 1837 building that has been everything from a bank to a church, this Old City bar and restaurant boasts an old world vibe with a gothic flair. Thirty-two draft and bottled beers are available to satisfy any group of groomsmen, including local brews from Yards and Victory. And if for some reason the bachelor party spills into the morning, National Mechanics is famous for its make-your-own Bloody Mary bar, which feature’s the bar’s signature bacon vodka. Yes, bacon.
909 N. 2nd St.
Philadelphia, PA 19123
Once a mechanics garage, North Bowl offers plenty of space to bring large groups for a full night of entertainment. The two-level building offers a nostalgic 1950s layout in the bowling lanes downstairs, while your party can look down on the action from the more intimate second level, where the sculpted bar sits. Indulge in high-end cuisine, which chef Todd Goldsmith will cater to any dietary restriction, so a vegetarian in your group need not be left out. After dinner, grab some drinks and take on your buddies in the bowling lanes, or warm up with a game of pinball or pool.
1150 Filbert St.
Philadelphia, PA 19107
No doubt about it, at 12,000 square feet, this place is huge. And it has to be to house three dozen HDTVs and an impressive selection of more than 40 local draughts brewed within a 100-mile radius. This bar and beer garden boasts a prestigious Center City location inside of the Philadelphia Convention Center and attached to the Downtown Marriott where it’s close to 30th St. Station. Not just a typical sports bar, Field House is the place for any sports-minded guy to celebrate a last night of bachelorhood surrounded by good friends and a favorite NFL, MLB, NHL or NBA game.