Dallas is a guy-friendly town. While skyscrapers and art museums give this major Texas metro a cosmopolitan feel, the city has a masculine undertone founded on a history of cowboys and oil rigs. It’s a great place for grooms-to-be to have one last night with the guys before getting married.
Magnolia Dallas Park Cities makes an ideal home base for dudes wanting to get a good night’s sleep after their bachelor party. It’s modern and trendy enough to be comfortable, but without the frills and fuss of other local boutique hotels. Camp out at Magnolia with your best buds and enjoy some bro bonding at one of these nearby bachelor party hotspots.
Shoot ‘Em Up
Curious which one of your party is really the “best” man? DFW Adventure Park will bring out your competitive streak. The massive 170+ acre facility is the largest paintball field in Texas, with multiple gameplay options and a $57 Heavy Gunner package that’ll make you feel like Rambo. There’s also zip lines, laser tag and an obstacle course if you want to get your adrenaline pumping. If you’re serious about combat, the range hosts Airsoft tourneys twice a month on Saturdays. It’s like paintball, but more intense, with military style combat scenarios that simulate real missions.
Smoke Them Out
Dallas may have tough anti-smoking laws, but guys can still light up a stogie inside House of Cigars, a lounge and smoke shop near Farmers Branch. Host your bachelor party here and enjoy a hand-rolled cigar that locals have dubbed the closest thing to a real Cuban. House of Cigars creates their own blends onsite and stores them in a temperature-controlled humidor. Unlike other tobacco products that are fumigated prior to processing, this House makes an all natural product. House of Cigars is a family-owned business with a 4.5-star Yelp rating, so you and your buddies can expect excellent customer service and top-notch smokes.
Luck o’ The Irish
The décor is manly and the drinks will put extra hair on your chest at Trinity Hall, a classic Irish pub inside Dallas’ Mockingbird Station. Guinness is the brew of choice here, though Trinity Hall also takes their whiskey seriously. Their whiskey menu alone goes on for eight pages and includes instructions on how to properly smell and imbibe the liquor. Look for classic Irish pub grub including shepherd’s pie and fish & chips, plus burgers & salads for state-siders. The bar televises rugby and “real” football (that’s soccer to Americans) nightly, and hosts weekly pub trivia and poker tournaments for prizes. The best part? It’s just a 5-minute walk from Magnolia Park Cities to Mockingbird Station, so you can get your drink on with your buddies and stumble home with no troubles.
After some serious bachelor party action, head back to Magnolia for a little rest and relaxation. Whether you need to soak your sore muscles in our indoor pool or get a little “hair of the dog” at Park Cities Grill, we’ve got the perfect day-after cure for you and your fellow bachelor partygoers. Call 214-750-6060 or book a room online to get the party started.