Dallas Bachelorette Weekend

It's the weekend you've been waiting for, and Dallas has all the fun in store for an unforgettable three-day trip. Pop some bubbly, pamper yourself and celebrate the bride to be.


Hotel ZaZa

4 hours | Directions

Most likely your party will be arriving at different times throughout the day which makes the boutique accommodations at the luxe Hotel ZaZa the perfect place to home base for your bachelorette weekend in the Big D. Centrally located in the ultra-hip neighborhood of Uptown Dallas, Zaza provides an upscale atmosphere that is sure to fit the bill for any bridal party. Unpack and then unwind at the hotel's glam Poolside for a couple of hours and soak up some Vitamin D before you paint the town with your posse. Grab drinks and dinner at the beautiful onsite restaurant, Dragonfly, and toast to the weekend ahead.

Evening Pub Crawl

Gather your girls for an evening pub crawl through Deep Ellum with the Dallas Party Bike. This bar on wheels is the perfect way to start the weekend off right. Bring your own beer or wine and pedal the night away. 

Fuel Up for Fun

1 hour | Directions

Start your morning off on the right foot with the healthy menu at Brewed + Pressed in Victory Park. They offer a wide variety of fresh pressed juices, shakes, coffee and tea. Plus, their menu of breakfast options, bowls and provisions, are full of thoughtfully curated items packed with nutrient dense ingredients to ensure you are fueled for the day ahead. Sip a honey cinnamon latte or down a Beauty Shot for an early morning wake up that will make you smile.

Sweating for the Wedding

1 hour | Directions

There's no better way to start off a bachelorette weekend than by bonding with your bridal party over a good sweat sesh. Dallas is all about the fitness scene and there is no shortage of classes for whatever speed of workout you're looking for. Check out these only-in-Dallas fitness studios! Schedule a personal training session with the friendliest trainers around at Social Mechanics on Greenville Ave., book some bikes for a spin at Class Studio, or take a long walk with your coffee and people watch on the bustling Katy Trail. You'll burn some calories, have some fun and feel guiltless about the brunch that awaits you.

Need a Ride?

Check the schedule for Dallas’ light rail system DART and the free M-Line Trolley for convenient rides through the Downtown Dallas and surrounding areas. After 6 pm, call or text Efrogs, a free golf-cart rideshare program that gets you going without the hassle of a car.

Patio Perfection

2 hours | Directions

Settle in at Oddfellows, a beloved brunch spot nestled in the Bishop Arts District. The cheerful interior takes on a patio vibe where you can blissfully spend a couple of hours sipping mimosas and noshing on a delicious meal together. Bonus: The Bishop Arts District is extremely walkable and there are many cute shops and restaurants to pop into while walking off those brunch cocktails. Double Bonus: Stop in to Bishop Cider Co. to sample what's on draft and snag a couple of six-packs to take back to your hotel to enjoy by the pool or sip on while you get ready for your night out.

Pop! Fizz! Clink!

1 hour | Directions

Start the party off right at Leela's on Greenville Ave. This chic neighborhood wine bar, complete with white subway tiled walls and marble countertops, offers a comfortable yet stylish atmosphere and an excellent happy hour. With 35 wines on tap and a creative craft cocktail menu, they have everything you need to keep your girl gang happy. Snag a seat by the window to be rewarded with perfect lighting for all your pre-dinner pictures and pop some bubbly for the ultimate cocktail hour. Bonus: If you're looking for another round of fun, try the black door to the right of Leela's entrance and sip a fancy concoction from their second-floor speakeasy, ABV Establishment.

Dinnertime Drama

2 hours | Directions

Make your way to Henderson Ave. and take a walk on the wild side for dinner at Felix Culpa. Don't let the unassuming brick exterior fool you; this restaurant contains floor-to-ceiling Instagram eye candy (and with 13 unique chandeliers hanging overhead, we mean that literally). Enjoy a menu of delightfully elevated comfort food favorites and toast to the bride with picture perfect cocktails. Just make sure your phones are charged because you won't want to miss a thing.

Need other ideas? Our list of other bachelorette dinner spots should come in handy! 

Skyline Soiree

2 hours | Directions

For a little post-dinner party, sashay your way to the 19th floor of the Statler Hotel in Downtown Dallas for drinks and dancing at Waterproof. While only open to sunbathing hotel patrons by day, sundown brings a sexy new energy (and public access) to the rooftop pool and lounge. The 360-degree views of the iconic Dallas skyline paired with killer cocktails and DJ beats for dancing makes this spot a perfect place to celebrate and a night your bridal party won't soon forget.

Love You Brunches

2 hours

After a full weekend and hopefully a few extra hours of sleep, throw on a casually cute ensemble and brunch at Bistro 31. Located in upscale Highland Park Village, Bistro 31 draws inspiration for its menu and decor from the salons and sidewalk cafes of the French Riviera. Giant windows bathe the entire restaurant in natural light and if the weather is fair, opt for dining al fresco under a retractable awning surrounded by a lush and landscaped garden. A seasonally rotating menu ensures the freshest ingredients all year round and the service and staff are unmatched, sending off your bachelorette weekend in style.

Shop 'til You Drop

1.5 hours

For those who aren't catching immediate transportation home, top off your weekend in Dallas with a little retail therapy. Highland Park Village is located in a historically rich outdoor setting, tucked away in one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in the city. Enjoy high end shopping at one of the many designer boutiques and stop in at Bird Bakery for a treat to take home.

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