A bachelorette party is a send-off for the bride-to-be on her way to wedded bliss, but it’s also an important celebration of friendship with her gal pals. Some groups are going all out with Duluth bachelorette party getaway weekends rather than just one night of revelry. If you’re the maid of honor, and the task of organizing such a bash feels a little daunting, we’ve put together a list of the must-do’s for a girls’ weekend in Duluth.
Settle in for Going Out
Canal Park Lodge will put you close to all the action. You’ll enjoy the waterfront views, the indoor pool, and the add-on packages. Enjoy special drink and food items for munching and pre-gaming in your room while you get glam.
Get Fine and Dine
When you’re all dolled up, you’ll need a place to flaunt what you got. Make reservations at Blackwoods Grill & Bar. Rest assured the menu has options for everyone in your posse, including gluten-free or veg gals. The health-conscious bride will appreciate the restaurant’s focus on locally sourced and organic ingredients.
Shake Things Up
Continue the celebration at Red Star. The swanky cocktails will get the girls ready to groove when the DJ starts. Just remember to take it easy. You’ve still got a full weekend of fun ahead.
Brunch so Hard
After a night on the town, you’ll need some caffeine and fuel to get going again. Head to Zeitgeist Arts Cafe for biscuits and gravy, pancakes, hash, and other brunch cravings. Laugh with each other about the shenanigans from the evening before, post your Instagram photos, and plan your attack for the fun to come.
Book a private Duluth Bachelorette party for the ladies at On the Rocks Art Studio & Gallery. The Wine Glass painting parties are a bachelorette favorite.
Raise a Pint
Have a casual dinner and sample Duluth beer at Fitger’s Brew House Grille. You’ll want a full stomach if you plan to party.
If you’re in the mood for more dancing, your ladies will have a hot time at Flame.
Sundays are brunch days, especially if you’re with your gals. All aboard a Vista Fleet brunch cruise. You can gaze at the Duluth skyline, sip a bloody or mimosa, and gab about all the fun you’ll have at the wedding. Of course, if a dinner cruise is better suited to your bachelorette party schedule, there’s nothing more glamorous than a sunset photo with the girls on deck.