The wedding plans are final, and it’s time to have one last party as a single man. Organizing the perfect bachelor weekend is all that’s left. Whether it’s a casino, speakeasy cocktail bar, or ping pong-themed nightclub, Philadelphia has something for everyone. Here are some Philly favorites for bachelors who are ready to party.
This upscale nightclub is one of the best places to party in Philly. Guests will find multiple bars and dance floors, as well as a VIP lounge. The club hosts DJs from around the world who bring an energetic, highly-danceable vibe to the club. Rumor is a hotspot for the younger crowd, and offers bottle service and professional dancers. They are known to host events and offer special attention for birthdays and other celebrations.
This underground dance bar focuses on music and good vibes instead of bottle service and a dress code. They offer low-key cocktails, draft beer, and an artistic light setup. One of the highlights is the 20-person ball pit which takes guests back to the fun of their youth. Concourse is viewed as a meeting ground between old-school music and a high-tech dance floor, childish play and adult drinks. They throw a dance party and happy hour on Fridays, and play ’80s and ’90s music on Saturdays. The club even hosts dance parties on Sundays to finish the weekend off on a high note.
Located along the Delaware River waterfront, Morgan’s Pier is an outdoor club and beer garden. It can be found right below the Benjamin Franklin Bridge, which is the perfect backdrop both at night and during the day. The pier has been rated one of Philadelphia’s top bars, and it is buzzing with guests both day and night. They often throw BBQs during the day, and bring DJs in during the evenings. They have a renowned chef serving up shrimp and crab rolls, Italian roast pork, and Whoopie Pies with passion fruit cream filling. During the day, the place is packed with Philadelphians getting day drunk while watching the cars zoom across the bridge. In the evenings, the music is thumping, cocktails are being poured, and the Ben Franklin Bridge is beautifully lit up in the background.