The Guide To Throwing the Best New York City Bachelorette
We get it. Planning a bachelorette bash is no easy feat! Not only do you have to decide on accommodations, activities, and restaurants, but you also need to ensure that the bride has an absolute blast.
To help make the process a bit easier, we’re bringing you handy guides to hosting in some of the most popular bachelorette destinations. First up, the Big Apple!
(Oh, and we’ve got a soft spot for good old NYC, because it happen to be home to Loverly HQ.)
Where to Stay:
The Ace Hotel This trendy hotel is perfectly placed in the Flatiron District. Grab a cocktail at the hotel bar or snag some eats at their famous restaurant, The Breslin. Ace Hotel 20 W 29th St, New York, NY
Photo via Ace Hotel
NoMo Soho Situated in SoHo, this boutique hotel is the perfect spot for shoppers and fine diners alike. NoMo Soho 9 Crosby Street, New York, NY
The Wythe Another trendy hotel, but this one’s across the river. The Wythe is a staple in Brooklyn, and is conveniently located in Williamsburg. Don’t miss the rooftop bar, or the brunch downstairs at Reynard! Wythe Hotel 80 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn, NY
Photo via Wythe Hotel
AirBnB There are so many affordable apartments rented through AirBnB in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and the surrounding boroughs. Broaden your horizons and you could save big!
What to Eat:
Buvette This quaint french bistro is one of our faves! We recommend indulging during dinner, or stopping in for an unforgettable brunch. Buvette 42 Grove St, New York, NY
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Smorgasburg This outdoor food truck festival goes down every Saturday. Round up your friends, head to BK, and enjoy the best of New York’s cuisine. Smorgasburg 90 Kent Ave, Brooklyn, NY
Tacombi Fantastic tacos and even better margaritas! If you’re staying at the NoMo SoHo, this restaurant is super close. Tacombi 267 Elizabeth St, New York, NY
ABC Kitchen Make a reservation for this meal! Situated in one of the city’s most famous interior design stores, ABC Kitchen combines good food and fabulous decor. ABC Kitchen 35 E 18th St, New York, NY
Photo via ABC Kitchen
Eataly This Italian market boasts many a food counter. Stop in here for a quick panini, slice of pizza, or prime rib sandwich (a Loverly staf favorite!) Eataly 200 5th Ave, New York, NY
Maman This is a great coffee shop to get your ‘gram on. Their patterned paper cups are the cutest! Maman 239 Centre St, New York, NY
Photo via Maman
Where to Drink:
Refinery Hotel Rooftop Finding the perfect rooftop bar is a feat for New Yorkers. Check out this popular rooftop bar for sips and views. Refinery Hotel 63 W 38th St, New York, NY
Standard Biergarten This German-style outdoor beer garden is located in one of New York’s most famous hotels. The Standard Biergarten 848 Washington St, New York, NY
Photo via the illadelph
Wilfie and Nell Situated in the West Village, this tiny haunt makes a killer Old Fashioned. Wilfie and Nell 228 West 4th Street, New York, NY
What to Do:
Catch a show. Broadway anyone? Purchase tickets in advance or hit a discount booth like TKTS. Tip: If you’re doing TKTS, don’t forget to download the app to see if the shows you’re interested in are available.
Go to the Brooklyn Brewery. This brewery in Williamsburg does free tours, and the beers are reasonably priced! Brooklyn Brewery 79 N 11th St, Brooklyn, NY
Photo via Brooklyn Brewery
Hit the flea. Every Sunday there are multiple flea markets throughout Manhattan and Brooklyn. If you’re into vintage, visit one of these fairs for fun finds to remember your trip by.
Go shopping. Check out Fifth Avenue or SoHo for some memorable shopping…
Brunch. Bring on the bloodies and mimosas. Brunch is a New York City staple. Your weekend won’t be complete without it!
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