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Hey all,

I am the best man for a friend getting married near Frederick and don't know enough about the town to plan any sort of bachelor party. We're all from outside the area. Unfortunately, the party has the be the night before his wedding so I want to keep it under control but still show him a good time.

Any suggestions anyone might have on something fun to do would be great! Thanks ahead of time!

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zrs5k,

I guess it depends on what you mean by "keep it under control."

It would help to learn of your idea of the specific events and type of venue that would make for a great bachelor party (to be held the evening before the wedding), AND how far would you be willing to transport the group. It's very likely possible it can be done in or near Frederick, but without that, here are some shot-in-the-dark ideas:

If you're looking to arrange for a nice, private room in a restaurant where you can celebrate the groom while being fed good steaks and crabcakes, take a look at Dutch's Daughter. http://www.dutchs.info

Less formal but still under control, take a look at Brewer's Alley downtown, I think they have a private room. http://www.brewers-alley.com

And there are plenty of "generic" bars throughout Frederick, if that's what you're looking for.

Driving 30 minutes will get you to Charles Town, WV, for slots (and possibly live racing, depending on the time of year). http://www.ctownraces.com

And if an hour's drive isn't a show-stopper, you can be in Washington or Baltimore in that amount of time, where you can many more options at all levels of "control."

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