Best bachelor party ideas in Vancouver
So your best friend has decided to tie the knot. It's time for you to show him a good time for one last night. What's the plan?
Here's the plan. Start out your afternoon with the whole crew meeting at a central location to be picked up in a party bus
that takes you to your first venue; Delta Go Kart Track
The f440 race track is the largest in the lower mainland. It is a half mile (over one kilometer) long. It has 17 very different and challenging corners to test even the most experienced drivers. The track is situated on four acres of land and is over twenty feet wide.
At F440 the more racing you do, the cheaper it gets. They have special package pricing for kids birthdays, stags, corporate groups and non profit organizations. They know their stuff and can customize an event around your needs.
Next hop back on the party bus for an excellent dinner at Chop Steakhouse
or Sharks Club
in Richmond. Depending on the atmosphere you're trying to create, Chop has some amazing prime rib and steak dinners among other items. I'd highly recommend the lounge area, classy, modern and unique. Right next door is Sharks Club which arguably has the most attractive waitresses around. If it's game night there's 18+ high definition plasma televisions that surround the bar. Canucks game nights at Sharks often showcase 50/50 and prize giveaways, not to forget great drink specials.
Once dinner's all settled and the game's over, get back on that bus and crank up the tunes. We're heading downtown to your favorite night club. Recommended locations for bachelor parties include Blarney Stone, Ceilis and Lamplighter to name a few.
Once the party's died down and you're ready to head home, take the party bus back and enjoy the laughs from the day. I hope your bachelor party is a memorable one and please no drinking and driving, so be sure to get the party bus or limo bus. Party Gras offers bachelor party bus rentals just like this type of event.