San Antonio Bachelor and Bachelorette Parties
When looking for Texas hotspots to hold a bachelor or bachelorette party, San Antonio doesn’t come up too often perhaps due to the fact that Austin is just an hour’s drive away. Don’t be fooled people; San Antonio is one of the hidden gems in Texas and can lead to one of the most memorable nights your best friend will ever experience, and deservingly so-this is going to be one of their last nights of freedom; they deserve and unforgettable night (especially if you surprise the bride-to-be with a few San Antonio male strippers).
If the bride or groom-to-be is a sports fan and you’re having the wedding sometime between October and April can always start the party off by going to a San Antonio Spurs game; if WNBA is more your taste, the Silver Stars also call San Antonio home. Some other places and San Antonio attractions are here to see when visiting.
One of the most unique features about the city of San Antonio, is that it’s located right on the river. This is where you can get a lot of bachelor and bachelorette party ideas to choose from. The obvious choice might be just to spend the night walking down the river and doing a little bar hopping. With some of the best clubs and bars in Texas this is fine, but don’t forget the bachelor or bachelorette party should be something that can’t be done any time. it needs to be special.
Rather than walking down the river, take a boat down the river. There are plenty of cruises that go down the river all night and you can easily rent one of the tour boats out with your special party, the guest-of-honor, and the rest of the company to take a unique journey through the city and have a more private setting to celebrate such a momentous occasion. If you want to eat on the barge you have that option, but Tex-Mex has a special place in San Antonio so it’s almost a sin to not grab a few tacos. If you are wanting a more unique locale, having dinner on the observation deck of the Tower of the Americas may be exactly what you’re looking for. You’ll have the best view of the San Antonio skyline from 750 feet up-a great location for pictures and memories.
This weekend has the Asian Festival 2020. Celebrate the Year of the Rat with the UTSA Institute of Texan Cultures during its annual Asian Festival. The event will recognize cultures from China, the Indian subcontinent and the island nations of the Pacific through authentic food, music and martial arts — and with some shopping thrown in for good measure.
Celebrate during the day anywhere between San Antonio to New Braunfels are on the river before having some of your fantastic male or female exotic dancers come to your Festival.