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JetBlue: A Bachelorette Bash in NYC

Do you accept Beyoncé, champagne, drag queens, and burlesque as part of an unforgettable day and night out with your friends? We do!

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Finding Mr. or Ms. Right may not have been easy, but planning the perfect bachelorette party can be! New York City has everything you need when looking to host once last fling before the ring.

DANCE: And Get in Formation at Beyoncercize

While the bride is still a single lady, bring her to Banana Skirt Productions for a private dance class that teaches your crew the choreography from your favorite Beyoncé music videos. Pearl Studios, 500/519 Eighth Avenue (between West 35th and 36th Streets), Midtown

EAT: Brunch at Beauty and Essex

Behind its functional pawn shop entrance (complete with cool custom guitars and vintage jewelry) is a cavernous bi-level nightclub and restaurant. Kick-start your day with a bride tribe–worthy brunch, from sweet (lemon blackberry ricotta pancakes, red velvet waffles) to savory (fried chicken biscuit bites, braised short rib huevos rancheros) to “Screw it, I’m getting married!” (black-bottomed butterscotch pot de crème). 146 Essex Street (between Rivington and Stanton Streets), Lower East Side

DO: Get Polished at Paintbox

Before kissing the “miss” goodbye, make sure your bride-to-be gets a manicure that will make her new bling shine. You won’t have any problem doing that at this high-concept nail studio, which comes out with new look books and customizable designs each season. 17 Crosby Street (between Howard and Grand Streets), Soho

POP: Some Bubbly at Air’s Champagne

Fill your flute (with one of over 125 bottles of Champagne and sparkling wines too choose from) and toast to your “I Do Crew.” Elegant doesn’t even begin to describe the intimate, art deco-inspired velvet banquettes and gorgeous white marble bar, but you can always up the fancy with an order of caviar and a glass of the sommelier’s personal recommendation. 127 Macdougal Street (between West 3rd and 4th Streets), Noho

DO: Dance For the Gods at Pieces

Warning: The bride will not get the most attention tonight. Not when you’re hanging with some of the best drag talent and sassiest queens in New York City. 8 Christopher Street (between Gay Street and Greenwich Avenue), Greenwich Village

EAT: Tuna Tartare and Tequila Tacos at The Crown

How else do you expect to be served like royalty? Share a few lite bites and Asian-inspired cocktails, then take that obligatory group photo with the backdrop of the rooftop lounge’s breathtaking views. 50 Bowery (between Canal and Bayard Streets), Lower East Side

DO: Not Be Late For Your Very Important Date with Company XIV

Get lost in the magic of Brooklyn’s sexiest dance troupe as they perform Queen of Hearts, a burlesque theatrical performance inspired by Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Amidst the mind-boggling magic, unbelievable circus feats, and baroque dance, keep an eye out for aerialist-soprano (and all-round badass) Marcy Richardson singing and twirling from her Lyra loop. 383 Troutman Street, Bushwick

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