Bachelorette Parties in St. Augustine

St. Augustine Beach is the perfect backdrop for any gathering or get together. The Historic District of St. Augustine is one of the oldest European establishments in North America, yet there are infinitely more memories waiting to be had here. If you’re getting married soon, you might want to look into these great locations around St. Augustine – all are fit for the St. Augustine bachelorette party of your dreams and the Ocean Gallery offers the best St. Augustine beach oceanfront vacation rentals for your stay.

San Sebastian Winery

San Sebastian Winery is considered one of Florida’s premier wineries, in an increasingly competitive market. It’s not about competition, however, while you’re enjoying the good spirits on a tour of the San Sebastian facility. Tours are offered seven days a week, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Live music can often be heard at San Sebastian. “The Cellar Upstars” Wine, Jazz & Blues Bar is located on the rooftop of the building. This unique venue for music is considered one of the best-kept secrets by locals, and is only open on weekends. Plan your St. Augustine bachelorette party accordingly!

The Tini Martini Bar

Located inside the Casablanca Inn, the relatively new Tini Martini Bar has become a hit already. You’ll enjoy one of the tastiest martinis you’ve ever had, as your friends become increasingly excited about the view that overlooks Matanzas Bay on the verandah. Unique offerings like the crème brulee martini are sure to satisfy. Live jazz and blues music fill the air during Friday and Saturday evenings. All performances begin at 5:30 p.m. and run until about 9 p.m.

The Ice Plant

The Ice Plant is a lively farm-to-table restaurant and bar. Southern Living Magazine rated this place as one of the top bars in the South for a reason. You’ll notice the “old-school” feel of the building immediately, seeing as it has been around since 1927. The building was originally used as an actual ice plant, explaining the rustic atmosphere of the bar. This helps provides a calming aura for the otherwise bustling restaurant.

The building is attached to a distillery, so beer lovers shouldn’t miss out on the tour of that facility. Tours start every half hour. The drink menus are constantly changing, so prospective visitors should definitely visit The Ice Plant’s website before visiting. Also, keep in mind that the restaurant does not take reservations; you may have to call ahead, or hope for a less busy night for your St. Augustine bachelorette party.