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A bachelor party is one of the biggest night of a man’s life. That is when his friends take him out to show him the best time possible before he gets married and, presumably, settles down. That makes it a night of guy’s entertainment and debauchery. With that said, there are plenty of places in the DFW area to find good cigars, beautiful women, great drinks and a fun time. With so many to choose from, here are some of the top bars in the DFW area for a bachelor party.
House Of Cigars
13901 Midway Road
Dallas, TX 75244
(877) 543-5013

Nothing beats a bachelor party with a group of friends, some great drinks, and some great cigars. The best time to hit House of Cigars for a bachelor’s party is on Friday nights when there is live Latin jazz and people bring their own beer and enjoy the best cigars in the DFW area. House of Cigars also invites patrons to take a tour of their humidor to find the best of the best in fine cigars. House of Cigars closes at 9 p.m. on Monday through Thursday and on Saturday, so this would be a first-stop on a bachelor’s party on those nights. However, on Fridays, they are open until 1:30 a.m.

Billy Bob’s
Stockyards Station
2520 Rodeo Plaza
Forth Worth, TX 76164
(817) 624-7117

Advertised as the “world’s largest honkey tonk,”: Billy Bob’s offers a wealth Western activities for the about-to-be-hitched. Come for an in-house concert on Friday and Saturday nights, as well as live professional bull riding. Billy Bob’s caters to special events, so you are sure to have your party’s needs meet, and your group can take some time to fill up on their offered kitchen items from pizza to sliders. Take time out from a show and play a game of pool or check out their arcade games. Truly, there’s nowhere more “Texas” to spend a night of bachelorhood than at Billy Bob’s.

Pete’s Dueling Piano Bar
4980 Belt Line Road
Dallas, TX 75254
(972) 726-7383

If fine cigars and country music is not what interests you, Pete’s Dueling Piano Bar might be more up your alley. Instead of smoke filled rooms and cowboy boots, bachelor’s parties get a fun time with dueling pianos providing a sing-along and laugh-along good time. With a full service bar and some great music, Pete’s Dueling Piano Bar will provide the entire party with an experience they won’t soon forget. It should be noted that the bar went smoke free in 2014 and patrons should get there early for any seating options. The bar is only open on Wednesday through Saturday, from 7 p.m. until 2 a.m.

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The Ginger Man
2718 Boll St
Dallas, TX 75204
(214) 754-8771

For a more laid back and relaxing bachelor’s party, The Ginger Man is a Dallas institution, opening their first bar in 1992. The Ginger Man has a beer garden in the back, an outdoor balcony and a library-style lounge. They do not have a liquor bar but have a huge selection of beer options, as well as a wine selection. There is a small food menu, but the main selling point here is the beer selection. The Ginger Man opens every day at 1 p.m. until 2 a.m.

Fun On The Run Paintball Park
2621 Roberts Cut Off Road
Fort Worth, TX 76114
(817) 237-0299

Don’t want to spend the final hours bachelorhood at just a bar? Kick off the day’s activities with a fun game of paintball. What better way to entertain a group of guys than heading out and building camaraderie by shooting pellets of paint at each other? Fun on the Run will keep your group occupied with the largest paintball course in the area, also offering entertainment after the game, including laser tag and airsoft. Groups of up to 15 can be accommodated with two hours of play and more than enough paintballs for an affordable $274.99.

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Shawn S. Lealos is a freelance writer who graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 2000 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism. He writes for a variety of national publications and has over 15 years of sports journalism experience. Follow Shawn on Twitter @sslealos. Examiner.com.