When it’s your last night on the town as a single guy, you need to celebrate in style and with tons of fun. Don’t stress over what you can do to turn your bachelor party into a night you’ll never forget. Grab your bros, relax and let the city’s top bars do all the work for you, from pouring the shots to planning the evening’s entertainment. Whether you simply want to throw back a few drinks with your friends or invite your girl and her friends along for a joint celebration, Pittsburgh’s bars can accommodate it all. Check out these five bars considered among the best for bachelor parties in Pittsburgh.
252 W. Station Square Drive
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Station Square’s Buckhead Saloon tops the list of the best bars for bachelor parties in Pittsburgh. With multiple packages to choose from, you’re guaranteed a good time and a night you’ll never forget. Perhaps you just want free cover for your crew until midnight; if so, the silver package is ideal. If you want something a little more, splurge on its platinum package that includes a round of SoCo Lime shots, a complimentary bottle of champagne and $3 U-Call Its brought to you by your personal server in your own reserved VIP seating area. Buckhead Saloon welcomes parties of all sizes and has everything you want to keep the party going long into the night.
Sing Sing Dueling Piano Bar
171 E. Bridge St.
Homestead, PA 15120
Sing Sing Dueling Piano Bar caters to bachelor parties with its witty, improve-style comedy musical performances put on by Pittsburgh’s best and endearingly obnoxious entertainers. Book your bachelor party here and take advantage of its special packages that feature customized shows, delicious party food, drink specials and more. Spend the evening laughing and singing to the city’s best rock n’ roll-based songs sprinkled with a hint of adult humor and put the groom-to-be in the spotlight by sending him on stage for a hysterical comedy roast. Sing Sing Dueling Piano Bar is located in Homestead at the Waterfront next to Rock Bottom Restaurant.
McFadden’s Restaurant And Saloon
211 N. Shore Drive
Pittsburgh, PA 15212
McFadden’s Restaurant and Saloon may be among Pittsburgh’s best sports bars, but this North Shore bar and restaurant is also among the best options for throwing a conjoined bachelor/bachelorette party. No matter the size of your party, there’s plenty of space to celebrate with private bar space as well. Pick from open bar packages, party and catering menus and anything else you can think of to make your last single night out complete. Perhaps the best part: as soon-to-be newlyweds, the bachelorette and bachelor drink for free with half-priced drinks for the rest of your crew, a complimentary round of shots for the guys and a free bottle of champagne for the ladies.
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Diesel Club Lounge
1601 E. Carson St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15203
Spend your last single night as a single guy in style at Diesel Club Lounge, the city’s premier multi-level live music and club venue. Its pristine white mezzanine VIP lounge, with Pittsburgh’s most elite VIP table service, is the perfect spot to host your bachelor bash. Experience the ultimate in private event personalization while working directly with the club to create exactly the party experience you crave in comfort, quality and entertainment. Diesel Club Lounge is located on East Carson Street in the South Side.
200 Quinn Dr.
Pittsburgh, PA 15275
For the complete bachelor party experience, book a social gathering package at Latitude 360. This all-in-one entertainment zone offers a fun alternative to a traditional bachelor party with the best in appetizers, bowling, open bar selections and unlimited non-alcoholic drinks. Add on a number of options including bar packages, video game play and live comedy show tickets designed to accommodate bachelor parties of all sizes. Let Latitude 360’s event planning specialists tailor your bachelor party for your group’s needs and desires. Have a bachelor blast at Latitude 360, located in North Fayette Township near Robinson Towne Centre.
Jessica Wasik is a graduate of Robert Morris University with a degree in English Studies. She is also a contributing writer for AXS.com and Examiner.com. Her work can be found at Examiner.com.