While the main focus of a bachelor party is booze and girls, food can also play a central role. Everyone loves a good meal, your fat “foodie” friend included, so it’s important to do them right. Oftentimes, meals are the only opportunity for your entire party to be together and semi-sober. Here are some ways to make the bachelor’s “Last Meal” memorable:
When it comes to bachelor parties, strippers make everything better. This is why, for a truly memorable experience, we offer two- girl shows in a discreet, private room at a premier steakhouse. Having your own private space at a steakhouse is a great start, but having two or even four (although the record is 8) ladies come in and perform on the table makes for a slightly more memorable experience. A few years ago, I chose this very scenario for my own brother’s bachelor party; to this day, people still talk about it, except for my sister-in-law … she no longer speaks to me.
A two-girl show starts at $1000.
Experience naked sushi
For some clients, a show at the steakhouse is too crude. For others, one nudity-related dining experience just isn’t enough. In either case, naked (aka body) sushi fits the bill. We will provide your group with a private sushi chef and a naked model at either your hotel suite or a restaurant. Known in Japan as nyotaimori, it’s an experience like no other.
Naked sushi starts at $1500
Go to a supper club
A trip to a supper club is a bachelor party “must do.” Not that well-known south of the border, supper clubs are a Montreal institution. Essentially, you go there for a late dinner and, afterwards, they turn down the lights and turn up the music. This is a high-end affair and bottles service is a must. The waitresses are model hot and will probably screw up your order, but you won’t care because the place is packed with beauties.
If you take your cuisine seriously, or want to give the Applebee’s-loving bachelor an experience to remember, then “high-end” is the way to go. We can get you a table at the best restaurants in the city: Au Pied de Cochon, Garde Manger, Joe Beef, La Belle Province … the list goes on. These places will guarantee Instagram worship for your foodie friends and inspire jealousy in people you hardly know. Montreal offers some of the finest and most innovative cuisine in North America, particularly for the money. Why not try a more high-end route?