Posted in: Weddings
Date: September 19, 2012
With the average age of the groom rising from 24 to almost 29, guys are redefining the bachelor party from booze and babes to brunch and bros. Think The Woodlands is too tame for your best bud’s bachelor party? Think again.
With our close proximity to Houston, your group can get in a round of golf before pre-dinner cocktails. Play one or both courses!
When the groom has worked up an appetite, leave the car keys behind and take our complimentary shuttle to Town Center.
What’s more manly than a juicy steak for dinner? From Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse to Kirby’s and Perry’s, reserve a table for a refined dining experience. Order a fine red wine or an aged bourbon on the rocks. All of these upscale establishments have private rooms if a playful roast of the groom is on the agenda.
After dinner, head over to one of the many bars and pubs in The Woodlands including The Exchange located next to Hubbell & Hudson. The Exchange is the only bar in Texas to have fluctuating beer prices based on demand. Just follow the ticker to find out the price of your favorite beer. And when it’s time for a round of shots, push the server call button – there’s one on each table.
The Goose’s Acre Irish Pub, Baker St. Pub, Bar Louie and Stadia Sports Grill are other options for post-dinner revelry.
When you’re ready to call it a night, drop into a plush resort bed with plenty of room to stretch out. You’ll thank us in the morning when you’re not waking up on your best friend’s couch with an aching head and back.
The next morning, gather the guys around the over-sized community table in The Woodlands Dining Room for a round of Bloody Mary’s. Our breakfast buffet has endless food and plenty of options to feed a football team.
With the bachelor party “bail” money still in hand, treat the groom to a hot lather shave at The Boardroom. A light facial massage, steamed towel and after-shave treatment will leave him looking his best to face the future Mrs. after a night out with the guys.