Charleston Bachelorettes

Charleston is a popular destination for bachelorette weekends because of the many restaurants, great shopping, nice weather, beaches, and because the city is so walkable. If you’re planning a bachelorette weekend or a girls trip, here are some ideas for how to fill your days in our beautiful, fun, dynamic city. Tip: Make dinner reservations ASAP! The best Charleston restaurants fill up very quickly.

Stuff to Do:

Day 1: Start the adventure off right!

Mani-Pedis at East Bay Nails, (843) 724-0856

Blowouts at Tease, (843) 724-9493

Cocktails at Prohibition547 King Street

Dinner at O-Ku Sushi, 463 King Street

Day 2: Time to explore

Grab breakfast and coffee at Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit, 476 King Street

Shopping on King Street (see Erin’s Guide to Charleston Shopping)

Lunch at Mellow Mushroom (pizza and prosecco!), 309 King Street

More shopping

Dinner at The Grocery, 4 Cannon Street

Day 2 Alternative: For those more interested in seeing the sites

Breakfast at Hominy Grill, 207 Rutledge Avenue. This is a major tourist spot BUT it’s really worth it.

Take a walking tour or carriage tour to see and hear Charleston’s history up close. We really like Classic Carriage, but I’m sure they are all good. Tour guides must pass a rigorous examination before becoming certified.

Choose one plantation to tour. Click HERE to see our descriptions of Charleston plantations.

Keep the history streak going with dinner at McCrady’s, which is in a 1778 building on the National Register of Historic Places.

Day 3:

Farewell Brunch at Butcher & Bee, 654 King Street (if staying downtown, you’ll probably want to Uber). Unique, inventive sandwiches and other brunch dishes. It’s BYOB if you wanna bring a little bubbly with you. OR Brunch at High Cotton, 199 East Bay Street. It’s a classic for a perfect Southern ladies’ brunch.