3-Day Bachelor Weekend Getaway


Your wedding day is almost here! You’ve booked the venue, caterer, and DJ, invited the guests and now all that’s left to do is plan a truly epic bachelor party. With the big day right around the corner, gather the guys for a jam-packed, fun-filled weekend in Milwaukee. To take the stress out of planning, we’ve created an itinerary with everything you need for a perfect bachelor party weekend. 


Day 1 

Stay at Potawatomi Hotel & Casino
 Check-in at one of Milwaukee’s premier hotels, Potawatomi Hotel & Casino. Just steps away from American Family Field and mere minutes away from Milwaukee’s new Iron District, Potawatomi Hotel & Casino is in the heart of the action. The hotel offers incredible views of the city, award-winning restaurants, slots, and table games all in one convenient location.  
Dinner: Saz’s State House Restaurant
Enjoy delectable, fall-off-the-bone ribs, saucy pulled pork sandwiches, and, of course, a Saz’s staple, the locally renowned mozzarella sticks at Saz’s State House Restaurant. Offering BBQ, burgers, fish, and more, the restaurant also offers shuttle service to home games throughout the season including Milwaukee Brewers, Milwaukee Bucks, Marquette Golden Eagles as well as concert shuttles throughout the year. Grab a bite at this approachable Milwaukee staple before hopping on the shuttle and heading to the game! 
Game Time!

Whether you’re a fan or just a fan of the game, check out any of Milwaukee’s professional sports teams. Home to MVPs and championship-caliber teams, the city offers NBA basketball, MLB baseball, AHL hockey, indoor soccer, and so much more. Take in the electric atmosphere of Deer District plaza and witness the Milwaukee Bucks as they look to reclaim the title of NBA Champions. Fiserv Forum, which opened in 2017, offers a fan experience second to none with spacious concourses, outstanding sightlines, and a public balcony showcasing a panoramic view of the downtown area. 
Meanwhile, there’s never a rainy day at American Family Field. With a retractable roof, you and the guys can rest easy that the game get underway on time without the risk of rain delays or cancellations. Enjoy the crack of the bat, feel the roar of the crowd at a Milwaukee Brewers game and cheer on the Crew with your crew. Always a crowd favorite, be sure to catch the famed racing sausages tear around the field in the middle of the 6th inning.

Take the shuttle…or a Detour
Making your way back to Saz’s is a breeze with the game day shuttle. After the game, gather your Crew and return to the drop-off point just outside the stadium. However, for those with a little bit of an adventurous spirit, the stadium is less than 1.5 miles from City Lights Brewing. A convenient pit stop from Potawatomi Hotel & Casino, the brewery was originally built for the Milwaukee Gas Light Co., creating a completely unique but inviting space to enjoy a cold one before making your way back to the hotel for the evening.  

Day 2


Brunch: Fuel Café
Rev up day two with a brunch at Fuel Café. Located in the Walker’s Point neighborhood, the restaurant’s breakfast menu offers selections from the Build Your Own Standard to the Hot Chicken and French Toast. Fuel Café also boasts a killer selection of coffee options to give you a little pick-me-up ranging from selections cold, brew espresso, lattes, and, if you’re looking for something a little bit stronger specialty brunch cocktails like the Coffeetail. 
Harley-Davidson Museum
Rumble on down the road to the Harley-Davidson Museum. The world’s only museum dedicated to the iconic motorcycle brand, the many exhibits throughout the space tell the story of Harley-Davidson’s ascent into a world-wide culture throughout the company’s nearly 120-year-old history. Check out the first ever Harley, Elvis Pressley’s motorcycle, and custom builds throughout the museum’s 20-acre, park-like campus. If the hum of the engines has your stomach rumbling, stop by MOTOR Bar & Restaurant for a bite.

Pedal Tavern
After a motorcycle-filled morning, put the pedal to the metal with a fun twist by renting a Milwaukee Pedal Tavern. Seating up to 16 people, book a public or private bar tour of the city and experience some of Milwaukee’s most historic districts and great bars in a unique way. Stopping at 2 or 3 bars throughout the tour, hop on the seat and pedal away! Each stop includes drink specials for Pedal Tavern riders. If you have a group of 7 or more, reach out to the Milwaukee Pedal Tavern and they will start a new time slot. 
NorthSouth Club
Cross climates just by crossing the room at NorthSouth Club. Whether you feel like trying your hand at axe throwing in the tundra’s icy embrace or playing deck shuffleboard on the sunny southern shores, enjoy an afternoon putting your hand-eye coordination to the test and competing against the guys for a chance to be crowned axe throwing champion or shuffleboard master. Reservations are recommended, but walk-ins are welcome when the space can accommodate. 

Dinner: Camino
Less than a 10-minute walk from NorthSouth Club, journey over to Camino in Walker’s Point. Serving American fare and classic bar bites, the restaurant offers house sausages like the Hot Polish and Currywurst as well as wings, burgers, sandwiches, incredible cheese curds and an expansive beer menu. 
Milwaukee Improv
Take the guys out to Brookfield for a night of laughs at the Milwaukee Improv. With both an early and late show on the weekends, the Improv brings in national acts that bring the laughs like Michael Che, Margaret Cho, Dan Soder, and more. Check out the schedule, get your tickets, and gear up for a side-splitting night of comedy. 


Day 3

Brunch: Blues Egg – Wauwatosa
Just a short drive from the hotel, visit a local brunch favorite, Blues Egg. Located in Wauwatosa, the local favorite features unique culinary creations like their Very Stuffed Hashbrowns and the even more mysterious Bowl of Rejuvenation, which includes farro, arugula, roasted broccoli, and so much more. Of course, for the less adventurous spirits, Blues Egg offers the familiar classics of egg, bacon, hashbrowns, and pancakes. Frequently topping lists as one of Milwaukee’s best brunch destinations, Blues Egg is a must.
Rock Climbing
Once you’ve fueled up for the day, get ready to rock! It’s time to climb at Adventure Rock in Milwaukee’s Riverwest neighborhood. Get a day pass and work your way to the summit on any of the open belay walls or, for more experienced climbers looking to test their strengths, check out the upstairs bouldering wall. Reservations are recommended, but not required.
Luxe Golf Bays
Take a short drive out to Franklin to practice your drive at the new Luxe Golf Bays in Franklin. Located at The Rock Sports Complex, bring your clubs along and take some swings with your buds and tune up your game under the cover of the massive three-story, 250-yard-long driving range.  With state-of-the-art technology and 57 golf bays, this driving range provides an experience that is sure to be a hole-in-one!
National Bobblehead Museum and Hall of Fame
Bobble on in to the National Bobblehead Museum and Hall of Fame. Opened in 2019, the Museum features more than 6,500 bobbleheads spanning sporting history to rock icons and presidents, this museum has a little bit of everything. Located on the second floor, wander the dozens of exhibits, exploring bobblehead lore, your favorite players, and unexpected delights throughout this one-of-a-kind museum.  
Dinner: Café Corazon
Venture out to Bay View for lunch and start your evening with a kick at Café Corazon. Serving familiar Latin cuisine like burritos, tacos, quesadillas, and fajitas, the restaurant is committed to sourcing local food in a homey atmosphere. With plenty of outdoor seating, enjoy lunch on the spacious and sun-soaked patio. 
Breweries and Bar Crawls
They call Milwaukee the Brew City for a reason! Explore the city’s exceptional craft brewery scene from Third Space and City Lights in the Menomonee Valley, MobCraft Brewing and Broken Bat Brewery in Walker’s Point, Central Waters Brewing in the Brewery District, Lakefront Brewery, Good City Brewing, and Eagle Park Brewing in the downtown area and so many more. Grab a cold one at a local brewery…or two…or three…and start your night with one of Milwaukee’s flagship products.
Looking for a night on the town? Choose your own adventure and create a bar crawl of local favorites and historic haunts throughout the Milwaukee area. Head to Brady Street, Water Street, the East Side, Cathedral Square, or the Historic Third Ward and enjoy an exciting evening to suit your group.
If you’re planning on exploring the area, a party bus from SS MKE Tours and Captain Morgan’s Transportation will keep the party rolling for the whole crew.
Late night Eats
Need a little something to eat after a night out? Stop by Ian’s Pizza downtown for a slice before heading back to the hotel. With unusual pizza offerings like the Chicken Penne Alfred, Chorizo Quesadilla, and Mac & Cheese alongside the classics of cheese and peperoni, a slice of Ian’s is the perfect late-night bite.