Whether you and your gal pals want to get naughty or nice, there are tons of options when it comes to planning a fun ladies night in these areas.
Here you'll find information on nightclubs and bars in New York City, Atlantic City, Las Vegas, Philadelphia and more coming soon.
From swanky nightlife joints to classy restaurants and happening lounges, we've got lots of ways for you and your fabulous crew to have the best night ever.
- New York City, NY
- The Lindeman (212) 868-2999 Great crowds. Great food.
Great service. Come for brunch, lunch, dinner and late-night
dining at KTCHN, we serve modern American cuisine, fixed in
tradition and inspired by the seasons. Located on the iconic
42nd Street in Hell’s Kitchen, KTCHN has the perfect setting
for every occasion. Get social at our large communal table
or comfortable in one of our spacious luxurious banquettes.
This is the perfect setting for large groups of people such
as bachelorette parties and it's very close to the world famous Hunk-O-Mania Club.
DRAG QUEEN DINNER SHOW (917) 633-4943
- The Divas Have Arrived! Diva Royale is the Ultimate Drag
Dining Experience and New York City's #1 bachelorette party
Haven! The ladies of Diva Royale love to host the hottest &
Best Bachelorette Parties, Birthday Parties & All Kinds of
Celebrations! Dinner will be a celebration you won't forget,
where you are treated like a Queen! Diva Royale is open
Nightly, 1st. show at 6:30PM Thursday through Sunday!
GOTHAM WEST MARKET (212) 582-7940
- The staggeringly expansive Hell's Kitchen market has
opened in the ground floor of the block-though building at
600 Eleventh Avenue. It's got quite the lineup, too: AvroKO,
for starters, is serving fish tacos, pulled-pork sandwiches,
burgers, and more at its Americana-imbued Genuine Roadside.
Meanwhile, Caroline Fidanza based her Little Chef menu of
soups and salads on sandwiches she serves at Saltie in
Williamsburg; the Cannibal and Resto owner Christian
Pappanicholas is serving hot dogs with Chinese mustard and
tripe chili; and Seamus Mullen has opened a tapas bar called
El Colmado. In addition to its retail component, the
Brooklyn Kitchen has a demo space where chefs and cookbook
authors will teach classes and make public appearances;
Court Street Grocers has a dedicated sandwich shop; Blue
Bottle is now steeping New Orleans–style iced coffee; and
meanwhile, noodle master Ivan Orkin has (finally) opened his
first ramen-ya outside of Japan. Oh, and there's also a bike
shop and showroom.
- Atlantic City, NJ
- BUDDAKAN (609) 674-0100 Buddakan's dreamlike ambience makes an enchanting setting for hosting special events. Guests are instantly transported to an ancient Chinese village complete with rock gardens, thatched roofs and a dramatic twilight sky. A gigantic golden Buddha gazes over the 24 foot communal table made of glowing alabaster resin. The menu portrays an innovative interpretation of Modern Asian cuisine that matches the décor in terms of creativity and inspiration. Guests will feel relaxed and indulged in this exotic and comfortable environment.www.buddakanac.com
- CARMINE'S (609) 572-9300 The finest in Southern Italian cuisine served in abundant portions with warm, attentive old-fashioned service. Located in Tropicana Casino's Quarter offers special areas for semi-private parties and cozy alcoves providing the perfect ambiance for your dining experience. www.carminesnyc.com
- Chicago, IL
- PARK GRILL (312) 521-7275 Contemporary American Cuisine. One-of-a-kind views of an extraordinary atmosphere. Any time of the year, practically any time of day, Park Grill sets the table for remarkable experiences. www.parkgrillchicago.com
- NIGHTWOOD (312) 526-3385 We invite you to join us in Pilsen - at our open kitchen, on our patio, in our wine room, with the warmth and fragrance of applewood scenting the air. Spit roasted chicken, whole slow cooked pork, squash grilled over the open flame, a simple bowl of perfect fruit and sorbet. Hand in hand with the best farmers and craftspeople of the Midwest, we cook with bold simplicity and care. www.nightwoodrestaurant.com
- Miami, FL
BAOLI (305) 674-8822Miami Beach / South Beach |
Mediterranean | $$$
The Bâoli Group, one of the most recognized
restaurant-lounge destinations of the French Riviera, now
brings its renowned glamour to Miami. Bâoli Miami invites
diners to immerse themselves into a magical atmosphere of
haute cuisine, exhilarating entertainment and enchanting
THE BAZAAR (305) 455-2999The Bazaar by José Andrés at
SLS Hotel South Beach
Miami Beach / South Beach | Latin / Spanish | $$$
From intimate to grand, let sbe Events + Catering plan your
perfect event at The Bazaar. The Bazaar South Beach
accommodates up to 200 guests with design by Philippe Starck,
on-site and off-site catering, custom menus by James Beard
award-winning chef José Andrés, and premium mixology.
- LOS ANGELES, CA
CHURCH KEY (424) 249-3700But what makes West Hollywood’s
new addition special is its delicious food and delightful
quirks. The décor is so Restoration Hardware, it feels like
you’ve just entered the loft of an E! TV personality;
however, stick with it and you’ll find yourself snacking on
pig ear “Cheetos” dim sum, sucking on alcoholic ice pops
frozen right at your table by a Pan Am flight attendant, and
having a ton of fun. The printed menu offers a number of
shareable plates that are substantially sized, and run
anywhere between $6 and $30. It’s easy to get caught up in
the delectable-sounding selections, but don’t forget the dim
sum carts floating around, which serve a spectrum of small
bites—from sashimi to falafel—that cost between $5 and $9
each. As for drinks, the house specialties cover the gamut
with gin, vodka and whiskey.
HUDSON (323) 654-6686Call ahead for a table or secure a
place at the bar while you wait. Admire an incredible,
vintage map of Paris over a pint of draft beer. There's also
an unobtrusive TV sandwiched between top-shelf spirits for
game-day satisfaction. The scene: A positively attractive
WeHo crowd come dressed to be seen, from bespoke suits and
crisp, white button-downs to faux-hipster garb (i,e.
designer t-shirts and torn jeans). Though not the focus,
join in on the camaraderie (and cheering) of serious
basketball or soccer games.