Nashville Bachelorette Party Guide

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Okay, ladies, Nashville is a fantastic place to have your bachelorette party. Not only is it a central location for your girl friends to meet, it’s totally the Vegas of the South, which is why it’s nicknamed Nashvegas!

We’ve been getting emails from readers who are coming in town to party in Nashville. Celebrating the bride can be stressful when no one is familiar with the city. Here’s a local’s advice on what to do in Nashville for a bachelorette party.


Where to Stay

First thing’s first, you have to figure out where you are staying. You definitely want to be able to walk places at night because there are usually a lot of girls at a bachelorette celebration and you don’t want to have to order a dozen rides throughout the night. Staying in or near Downtown Nashville is ideal, because almost every bachelorette party makes their way to the Broadway honky tonks.

Below are our top hotel and vacation rental picks in different price ranges located right in downtown Nashville and in an area really close to downtown called the Gulch. Also see our Where to Stay in Nashville Guide and Best Hotels in Nashville Guide for more places to stay in other areas.

Best Hotels in Downtown / SoBro:

Best Vacation Rentals in Downtown / SoBro:

Best Hotels in the Gulch:

Best Vacation Rentals in the Gulch:

See more vacation rental and hotel recommendations in our Where to Stay in Nashville Guide and Best Hotels in Nashville Guide.


Where to bAR-HOP


Alright, now that you’ve settled where you’re staying, you probably want a drink and something to eat. Most bachelorette parties bar-hop on Broadway where you will find live music at most bars and get some major attention from other “honky tonkers.” All the bars on Broadway are great, but we have listed a few Nashville favorites you want to at least stop by.

Must-Visit Honky Tonks on Broadway:

Rooftop Bars in Nashville:

You can truly walk into any of the bars on Broadway and have a blast. You will know which ones to go to just by walking by and seeing how busy they are. If you’re interested in going to bars that more locals hang out at (outside of downtown Nashville), check out some of the Midtown bars like Rebar, Kung Fu Saloon, or Red Door.

You may also want to check out the Events Calendar to see what’s going on the weekend you’re in town! There may be a fun festival or other event you’ll want to attend.


where to eat

Below are some of the best restaurants in Nashville. Some of these aren’t located Downtown, so you will have to drive or take a quick cab ride. We’ve distinguished the ones that are downtown, if you’d rather be able to walk. We highly recommend doing one meal outside of the downtown area to experience Nashville like a local.

Bachelorette Packages at The George Jones

The George Jones in downtown Nashville is now offering bachelorette brunch, lunch, and dinner packages to make the bachelorette feel special without her crew doing all the work. Packages range from $25-$35 (tax and gratuity not included) and include a reserved table, table decorations, koozies, a shareable fishbowl drink for the table, various food options, a group photo, and more. Best of all—the bride eats free! See the various options here.

Breakfast/Brunch:

See our full Best Breakfast Guide!

See our full Best Brunch Guide!

Lunch:

See our full Best Lunch Guide!

Dinner (fancy):

Dinner (casual):

See our full Best Dinner Restaurants Guide.


WHAT TO DO DURING THE DAY

Bachelorette groups usually want to do something fun during the day in Nashville to keep the party going. After you eat that filling breakfast or brunch to cure the headache, it’s time to have a little fun. Here are some ideas on what to do during the day in Nashville.

Music City Male Revue

If you want to get things started on a high note, Music City Male Revue is sure to get your crew blushing. It is a PG-13, male dance performance similar to Magic Mike or Thunder From Down Under. One of the first questions about Music City Male Revue is usually, “Is it full nudity? Is it like a strip club?” The answer is NO. That’s not to say that it is not a FIRE show suitable for ANY bachelorette party.

Music City Male Revue takes place at the Root Cellar at BB King’s with 1:30pm or 4:00pm shows on most Saturdays. All shows are 21 and over only. Use promo code “GURU” for $5 OFF! 

Get more details. 

Studio Goddess

If you have never taken a group dance class during a bachelorette party, you have to try it. Studio Goddess specializes in an immersive bachelorette party experience for every guest. They offer several packages and classes to choose from like pole dancing, southern swagger (hip-hop line dancing), aerial acrobatics, and more. In addition to their unique group classes, guests have access to a multitude of Instagram worthy sets for group photos and Snapchat memories.  Laugh, bond, and have a blast sipping champagne cocktails, dancing the day away, and celebrating all things girly in this bachelorette party haven. Get more information and details.

Pool Day

A top question we get — does Nashville have any pool parties? While there really aren’t any public pool parties (or many public pools in general), there are a couple options to achieve your pool party goal.

If the weather is nice, Pinewood Social will be poppin’. They have two wading pools, loungers, towels, a bocce ball court, and an outdoor Airstream bar. The best part is, they don’t charge patrons to access the patio or pool. They even have a small bowling alley inside if you need a break from the heat (just make sure to reserve a lane weeks in advance).

Pinewood Social

Pinewood Social

L27 Rooftop Pool & Rhapsody Spa

Rhapsody Spa in the Westin Hotel offers a modern and sophisticated escape for visitors. The 6,000-foot space features nine treatment rooms, including three manicure stations, three pedicure stations, a shared traditional dry sauna, and a relaxation lounge. All spa guests, including non-hotel guests, also get access to L27 Rooftop Pool & Lounge and the WestinWORKOUT® Fitness Studio. Get more details.

Mani / Pedi

Our favorite is Poppy & Monroe, which is a non toxic nail and skincare salon in Nashville. They not only offer manicures and pedicures, but you can also get facials, dermaplaning, brow and lash treatments, or makeup application.

Poppy & Monroe

Lemon Laine Oil Bar

This is something a little different but definitely something fun to do during the day in Nashville. Lemon Laine has a oil bar where you create your own custom oil while sipping on wine and enjoying each other’s company. It’s by appointment only and the total cost is $65/person, which includes your custom oil blend! Get more details about Lemon Laine.

Lemon Laine Oil Bar

Shopping in Nashville

What group of women doesn’t love a good shopping spree? Maybe find a new outfit for your visit or a pair of cowboy boots to take home. If you’re into the celebrity spots, be sure to check out Uncommon James by Kristin Cavallari, Kittenish by Jessie James Decker, Draper James by Reese Witherspoon, or Living with Landyn’s new shop. Nashville Guru favorites include ABEDNEGO, Revv (home to all the NASH collection items), Alexis & Bolt, Elle Gray, The Mill, and e. Allen. Here’s our guide to the Top Women’s Boutiques in Nashville for more ideas.

ABEDNEGO

Fun (Drinking) Tours

While in Nashville, you’ll see these awesome tours going around and wish you were on them. Some of Nashville Guru’s favorites are details below. These aren’t your normal tours, though — they are just a good party in motion.

Nashville’s Honky Tonk Party Express is a roofless bus equipped with large built-in bar, coolers, and a VIP bartender. There is a sound system and LED dance floor. There is seating for up to 32 people. The great thing about the Honky Tonk Party Express is you can book a private event or buy single seats to join another group looking to party.  Pricing ranges from $275-$425 for private events or $45/seat. Get more information.

The Sprocket Rocket is a great way to see the city and have a blast. You can bring your own drinks and they’ll provide the cups. The rides are about an hour and 45 minutes and can fit up to 16 people. You can also pedal to areas you may not otherwise see like the Gulch or Demonbreun and stop at local restaurants and attractions. Get more information.

Feel like you’re in the famous “Party Cove” on Percy Priest Lake, but actually be riding around in Nashville. The Nashville Party Barge is a blast. The barge holds a maximum of 18 people and is a two-hour trip. Bring your own drinks and enjoy the ride. Get more information.

Arrington Vineyards

If you happen to book your trip during one of the many gorgeous weather weekends in Nashville, you should consider going to Arrington Vineyards for a few hours. This awesome vineyard is located about 35-40 minutes from downtown Nashville in Arrington, Tennessee. The vineyard and winery was co-founded by Kix Brooks of Brooks and Dunn and you might just run into him there. You can partake in a wine tasting and enjoy the wonderful scenery. You’re welcome to bring your own food for picnicking and you can buy bottles of wine from the Arrington Vineyard shop. They have picnic tables, but most people bring a blanket or chairs to sit in. This is mainly outdoors so we recommend only heading there if the weather is great. Get more information.

Arrington Vineyards


Transportation

There are a lot of different ways to get around Nashville. For a big group you can rent a party bus or limo and for smaller crews you can simply take cabs, Lyft or Uber. Links are below to the companies we recommend for each service.

Ways to get around in Nashville:


PARTY FAVORS & Apparel

Girls love some good accessories to make the party even more fun. We dug around and found some really cute bachelorette party favors online. If you want to go somewhere local when you get to Nashville, check out Hustler Hollywood.

Bachelorette party favor ideas under $15:

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