It’s almost time for the big wedding day and that can mean only one thing: the need for a final party as a swinging, single bachelor before tying the knot and settling down. Bachelor parties can be held most anywhere with sufficient space but a visit to a local bar or two is essential for the complete experience. Houston has dozens of bars created with partying in mind, and some of them are perfect for creating bachelor party memories. Here are five top bars for bachelor parties in Houston:
Neil’s Bahr
2006 Walker St.
Houston, TX 77003
(281) 352-7456
www.neilsbahr.com

A downtown sensation, Neil’s Bahr is like a step back in time to the 1980s and 1990s, making it a perfect choice for the bachelor who grew up during this era. The inside has a dive bar appearance with unexpected surprises such as comic books for reading enjoyment and 1980s style televisions with antique video games. The nostalgic factor is great for reliving old times with your bachelor party friends while you party the night away and celebrate your final days as a single man.

13 Celsius
3000 Caroline St.
Houston, TX 77004
(713) 529-8466
www.13celsius.com

A great place for a late night meetup, 13 Celsius is a European wine bar and cafe that makes a great stop for the bachelor party in need of good food to go with the good drinks and good times. Finger foods, couches and outdoor seating make 13 Celsius a good choice for the somewhat more subdued bachelor party and the large selection of wine is perfect for those who are tired of the usual beer bar. Ask for a meat or cheese tray and ask one of the helpful staff for a wine recommendation. The nice selection and comfortable atmosphere make 13 Celsius a good place for those who want to male bond once last time before the big day.

Flying Saucer Draught Emporium
705 Main St.
Houston, TX 77002
(713) 228-9472
www.beerknurd.com

If beer is your beverage of choice, then a great place to visit for your bachelor party is Flying Saucer Draught Emporium. Located in downtown Houston, Flying Saucer is the place to visit for abundant beer selections and pub food. Sports viewing is part of the atmosphere at Flying Saucer Draught Emporium and the interior can get noisy, making it perfect for the rowdier bachelor parties that require nothing more than beer, sports and fun. Whether your taste preference is stout, IPA, hefeweizen, or any other style of beer, Flying Saucer has you covered.

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Rosemont Social Club
910 Westheimer Road
Houston, TX 77006
(832) 530-4698
www.rosemonthouston.com

If music and dancing are essential ingredients for your next bachelor party, then consider a visit to Rosemont Social Club. The large rooftop seating area with its cabana seating, and views of the open sky is a great place to get the bachelor party action started. Those seeking a somewhat quieter space can mingle in the downstairs area while still enjoying the great drinks and service that have made Rosemont Social Club so popular. Add to that a great happy hour with half price drinks and you have all the makings of a bachelor party destination.

Social Junkie
2412 Washington Ave.
Houston, TX 77007
(281) 826-9244
www.facebook.com/SocialJunkieHTX

Those looking for a good smoke to accommodate the usual bachelor party drinks will appreciate Social Junkie. This Houston Heights area bar combines a full bar with sports and hookah for an all-around experience. The outdoor patio is nice as well, and Social Junkie even rents out rooms by the hour for those private bachelor party moments. Social Junkie is a loud, often rowdy place, but that makes it just right for the bachelor and friends who want to raise the volume on the groom’s final day of partying as a single man.

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Bryan Carey is a Houston, Texas resident with an avid interest in restaurants, dining, breweries, wineries, festivals, cultural events, museums, theatre, concerts, and other forms of entertainment. He has been writing about entertainment, travel, and related topics for more than fifteen years and has thousands of articles to his credit. His work can be found at Examiner.com.

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