Bachelorette Dinner Spots
Where to host your bachelorette dinner in Dallas
Whether you're taking the reins on planning a getaway for your Bride Tribe or you're the lucky MOH/best friend setting things up for the bride-to-be, this list of places to take the group for a fun dinner out on the town is one you need to keep handy.
Bishop Arts District
With a southern European-inspired menu, beautiful interiors and a gorgeous patio, Paradiso is just right for a girls night out. It's popular for many reasons - spectacular pastas and pizzas, as well as a delightful cocktail program, to name a few - so reservations are a must. Chat with the restaurant for parties of 10+ guests, as private dining options are likely an option to help make dinner a breeze.
Pink is the name of the game at this Instagrammable restaurant. Go for shareables to get a taste of the menu, and leave room for the cupcake wheel, complete with a sparkler delivery that’s sure to make it to your IG Stories. After dinner, head out back to enjoy a cocktail in the garden. Stop by the swings for one more photo!
If you’re staying in a Downtown Dallas hotel, JAXON is a great option thanks to its walkable location. The patio is spacious and has perfect views of the Discovery District, so people watching will be a prime activity.
The vibrancy of one of Dallas’ most exciting neighborhoods is matched by the offerings at Vidorra. Decked out in its signature marigold, the restaurant, patio and rooftop are all ready for a celebration.
The cozy spot off McKinney Avenue is great for an intimate celebration. Cocktail selections include the Pink Fizz (rum, watermelon, jalapeno) and a sparkling Paloma (tequila, grapefruit, lemon) – all priced at $11 – and a worthwhile list of sipping tequilas.
It’s essentially a Brazilian steakhouse for pizza, with servers coming by your table with endless options. The fixed price menu includes salad and lobster bisque courses, plenty of gluten-free, vegan and vegetarian pizzas and even dessert! Request a table in the lounge for a semi-private experience for your crew.
Keep the wine flowing all night alongside Italian fare. The restaurant is spacious, with plenty of room for big groups, but you also have the option to reserve a private space (a food and beverage minimum will be required for those.) Menu favorites include the wood fired cauliflower, short rib pappardelle and olive oil citrus cake.
You know you’re at Alice when you’ve found the pink door! Inside, a modern Asian-inspired menu awaits. Pre-COVID, a separate dining room in the back of the restaurant could be rented out for private karaoke – TBD if that’s still available.
Best suited for smaller groups (think 12 or less), the old-school Hollywood vibes at Drake’s will make any bride feel special. Expect elevated service alongside favorites like the barbecued salmon and honey truffle chicken, and live music sets on the weekends.
Posted in:Food & Drink Nightlife
Last updated on 06/02/2021.
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