Help Edie plan her friend's bachelorette party
Edie needs your help.
She's waaay out on the west coast, and trying to plan her friend's bachelorette party in Baltimore. She writes:
Can you suggest any hotels that are centrally located in Baltimore I can book as a main camp? Also, any really good/cool night club suggestions? Her last night as a free women needs to be a good one
Edie, I can't help you too much on the hotel part, but maybe some of my commenters can.
As for the bars and clubs? I'd say the most popular spot for Baltimore bachelorette parties seems to be Power Plant Live (they did, after all, win the Best of the Best of the Best award for "Best Place To Get Molested By A Bachelorette Party" ...
Power Plant Live has a lot of bars and clubs in close proximity. Since it's an inclusive entertainment zone, you can carry your drinks with you on the plaza. And I'll bet if you call ahead to the bars you want to hit, they just might give you a discount on your drinks. Check out Mosaic, Luckie's Tavern, MEX, and Babalu Grill.
O'Donnell Square in Canton is another good option. Put the intersection of O'Donnell Street and South Linwood Avenue into Google Maps, and use the Google Maps street view to take a look at the square. Some highlights: Claddagh Pub, Looney's, etc.
And for a great upscale lounge that won't let you down: Red Maple.
Who else has some suggestions for Edie?
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