Here’s how to plan a perfectly Huntsville bachelor party—11 ideas

SiP
Perfect for cigar aficionados. (SiP / Facebook)

Over the last six months, my household has received more wedding invitations than can reasonably fit on anyone’s fridge. Wedding season is in full swing.

We’ve already told you how to have the perfect bachelorette party in Huntsville. But don’t worry, grooms—we haven’t forgotten about you! Here’s your guide to all the spots you need to hit for your perfect Huntsville bachelor party.

Get your grub on

Earth and Stone pizza
There’s nothing like pizza fresh from a wood-fired oven. (Emily Phillips / Hville Blast)

1. Try Texas de Brazil

If your groom is a fan of fresh, all you can eat meat, you don’t need to miss Texas de Brazil. The Brazilian steakhouse offers selections like parmesan-crusted pork loin, picanha, bacon-wrapped chicken breast and more.

Find it at Bridge Street Town Centre, 350 The Bridge St Suite 124, Huntsville, AL 35806. Their hours are:

  • Sunday: 3-9PM
  • Tuesday-Thursday: 5-9PM
  • Friday: 5-9:30PM
  • Saturday: 3-9:30PM

2. Trust our guides for something tried and true

If you’re looking for the classics, we’ve got you covered. Find guides to all your bachelor party staples here:

Grab a drink

Old Black Bear
Which local brewery is your fav? (Emily Phillips / Hville Blast)

3. Head to SiP

Nothing says bachelor party like a whisky + cigar bar. SiP in downtown Huntsville should fulfill that requirement perfectly.

4. Do a brewery tour

If you like beer, Huntsville’s got options. Follow Downtown Huntsville, Inc.’s Craft Beer Trail, or check out our guide to Huntsville-area breweries to make sure you don’t miss a spot. You might just find your next favorite beer (and some delicious food, too).

Test your athletic skills

Topgolf
Time to practice your swing. (Emily Phillips / Hville Blast)

5. Golf for all weather (and skill levels)

Who knew we had so many golf options in Huntsville? Consider these:

  • Head to Topgolf to work on your swing. There are plenty of different golf-themed games to play, which is great for beginners and pros alike.
  • Consider buying your groom a golf lesson from X-Golf Huntsville. Plus, the golf simulator is a great option when the weather isn’t cooperating.
  • Get out on the course. Area options include the Sunset Landing Golf Course at the Huntsville International Airport, the RTJ Huntsville course in Hampton Cove, and The Links on Redstone Arsenal.

6. Try your hand at axe throwing

We’ve got at least two different places where you can throw axes:

7. Attempt something more extreme

Flow Supreme Air Sports is now open at 2021 Drake Ave SW, Huntsville, AL 35801. The “extreme entertainment park” has features like:

  • American Ninja Warrior course
  • Olympic trampolines
  • Zip line
  • Air track freestyle basketball
  • Extreme dodgeball

Game with the guys

8. Kick it at an old-school arcade

Pints and Pixels is the arcade/bar combo you’ve been searching for. Plus, it’s near Straight to Ale, Yellowhammer and X-Golf, so you can hit up a few spots while you’re in the area. Here’s where you can find it:

9. Head where the classics meet new tech

Main Event
Pool, bowling, arcade games + more. (Emily Phillips / Hville Blast)

Huntsville’s arcade selections have been seriously upgraded in the last few years. Options include:

  • Dave and Busters, a long-time go-to for gaming, food and more.
  • Main Event, a new spot with pool, bowling, laser tag and arcade games.

Head outdoors

Monte Sano
Take it all in. (Emily Phillips / Hville Blast)

10. Try out some trails

Huntsville has miles upon miles of hiking trails. Consider one of these greenways in Madison, or check out some of the great work done by the Land Trust of North Alabama.

11. Book a campsite

Head to Monte Sano State Park to rent a cabin or a campsite with one of the best views in town. While you’re there, take advantage of shows at the Von Braun Planetarium, the disc golf course and lots of trails.


What are your can’t-miss bachelor party destinations in Huntsville? Let us know by tagging @hvilleblast and using #hvilleblast on social media.

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