Charleston bachelorette weekends are incredibly popular because of the many restaurants, great shopping, nice weather, beaches, and because the city is so walkable. Also, 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.
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Tip: Firstly, 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 DryBar, (843) 872-3570
Cocktails at Prohibition, 547 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 – anywhere!!
Dinner at The Grocery, 4 Cannon Street
Day 2 Alternative: For those more interested in sightseeing
Breakfast at Hominy Grill, 207 Rutledge Avenue. This is a major tourist spot; however, it’s really worth it.
Next, 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.
Thirdly, choose one plantation to tour.
Lastly, 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: The final hoorah
Finally, 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. On the other hand, brunch at High Cotton, 199 East Bay Street. It’s a classic for a perfect Southern ladies’ brunch.