Bachelors, you are going to love Boston for its numerous and unique venues for your bachelor party. Here is but a small sampling:
Boston Party Tours , 78 Shawsheen Rd, Ballerica; rent a bus or limo to Faneuil Hall; do a golf outing; paint balling; sky diving or a special sporting event; a knock-out sound system; no cover, and line privileges at some of the hottest Boston clubs. Your buddies will owe you forever;
Cheers - Faneuil Hall Marketplace, just off Interstate 93; relaxed atmosphere in any one of the three pub/patio spots; accommodates small or large groups. There is also a location at 84 Beacon Street, across from the Public Garden. Your guests will have a ball grabbing unforgettable snapshots here;
Limelight Stage and Studios, 204 N. Tremont St.; be the star of the show at Limelight Stage and Studios. Karaoke on stage Thursday through Saturday ,or record your own CD/DVD; thousands of recording backgrounds available; state-of-the art proprietary IVP technology; cocktail bar; wine, beer and food from the bar.
McGreevy's Sports Bar; established in 1894 by "Nuf Ced" McGreevy; this is the place to relive Boston Red Sox history and enjoy all the memorabilia; located in the heart of Back Bay/ Hynes Convention Center; two levels, with 12 HD Plasma TV's, projection screens, surround sound, and a rock-themed jukebox; three full bar areas;
Goody Glover's, at Charlestown, North End at 50 Salem Street; top floor bar with fantastic views; can be roped off for private parties; full bar; a patio area for smokers; and great wings and other appetizers to munch on. Fun for hours!
Tavern on the Water, Charlestown, 18th Street, at Pier 6; best views in all of Boston; floating restaurant/bar/bar decks; great seafood and burgers; full bar; enjoy "Make your Own Martini" bar; closes at 11:00 p.m. Don't fall in the water.
J.J. Foley's, South end located at 117 E. Berkeley St; a non-smoking establishment; this 1909 pub; refurbished; clean, retro ambiance; dark woods, tin ceiling and brick and stone; TVs can be viewed from everywhere; enjoy wings, nachos, or British Isles pub food; the sandwiches, burgers, fries and pizza are all outstanding; cooked just right; jukebox music; no outside seating; reasonable prices; open until 2:00 a.m.
The Beehive, South End at 541 Tremont St.; the Beehive has lots of exposed wood, art and chandeliers; there is a large restaurant area on the main level and an even larger bar/dining area downstairs; live music, including jazz and a music mix; the cocktail and beer selections are not the run-of-the-mill and are very good; price includes full dinner or just appetizers; you decide, but you can't lose either way.
Charlesmark, Back Bay at 655 Boyleston St.; bar and lounge area located on the main area; also a second floor bar/lounge area; private parties; also a great patio area which can be used even on cooler days since they have warming lamps on all of the tables; the cocktail menu is simple, but original and creative; Thai food is offered and is provided by the Thai restaurant next door;
Boston Paintball, North of Boston, 2.8 miles off of Interstate 93 on Rt. 16 in Everett; up to 15 players with unlimited field time; each player receives 500 paint balls; two fields available - one for 7 players and one for 5; fully air-conditioned and heated; viewing seating; reservations are needed for weekend games. This will be an unforgettable experience and the other bachelors will want to get married so they can throw a party here;
F1 Boston, 290 Wood Rd in Baintree; will accept as few as 8 racers as a group; offer country or city courses or you can combine the two; endurance, mini-grand prix or open races, or you design the race for your guests preferences; available private lounges; function room; full service; private dining area; or billiards parlor. It's a little pricey, but what the heck, throwing a bachelor party is a once-in-a-lifetime experience, right?
So, there you have it, bachelors. Find the spot you like and have a great time.