Saskatoon bachelor party venues
Draft Beers (1)
Specialty Tea/Coffee (1)
Arcade Games (1)
Pool Tables (1)
Set Menu (1)
Vegetarian Options (1)
Chairs Supplied (2)
Free Parking (1)
Minors Allowed (2)
Reservations Required (2)
Tables Supplied (2)
Dance Floor (1)
Linen Provided (1)
PA System (2)
Private Room (1)
Projector and Screen (2)
This venue is licensed. Licensed venues are typically for adults-only.
This venue allows minors. Venues that allow minors are great for kids birthday parties.
This venue has valet parking. Venues that provide valet parking are typically hotels and high-end golf courses.
This venue has free parking. Venues that provide free parking typically have adjacent parking lots.
This venue has free wifi. Venues that provide free wifi typically share a guest wifi password, or are within range of free public wifi services in the area.
This venue has a patio. Venues with patios are typically licensed.
This venue has a dress code. Venues with dress codes are typically higher end and cost more than others to book.
This venue has wheelchair access. Venues with wheelchair access typically include accessibility options inside and outside the venue.
This venue has a brunch menu. Venues with brunch menues typically have full kitchen and restaurant services available.
This venue has a set menu. Venues with set menus are often great choices for large parties.
Gluten Free Options
This venue has gluten free options. Venues with gluten free options typically cater to vegan and vegetarian diets as well.
This venue can provide birthday cakes. Venues that provide birthday cakes typically do not let you bring your own.
Outside Catering OK
This venue allows outside catering, meaning you can hire your own caterer separately. Venues that allow outside catering typically do not have their own in-house catering services.
This venue serves a buffet. Venues with buffets typically have full kitchen and restaurant services.
This venue has at least one boardroom. Venues with boardrooms are great for business meetings.
Projector and Screen
This venue has a projector and screen. Note that venues with projectors and screens typically require you to bring your own laptop or media device to connect.
This venue has a PA system. Venues with PA systems typically have sufficient audio and speakers for a DJ or dance, as well as a projector and screen.
This venue has drink specials.
This venue has imported beer. Venues with imported beer typically have a great selection of highballs, wine and spirits as well.
This venue has draft beer. Venues with draft beer typically have a great selection of highballs and spirits too.
This venue has a wine list. Venues with wine lists typically have a great selection of highballs, cocktails, spirits and imported beer.
This venue has corkage service. Venues with corkage service typically charge an extra fee.
This venue has champagne. Venues with champagne typically have a great wine list as well.
This venue has bottle service. Venues with bottle service are typically higher-end and more costly.
This venue has pool tables. Venues with pool tables are great for social gatherings and corporate parties.
This venue has dart boards. Venues with dart boards are typically casual venues, great for social gatherings.
This venue has bowling lanes. Venues with bowling lanes typically have video games as well.
Golf venues are typically outdoors but may also include indoor driving ranges or virtual relatity golf simulators.
This venue has arcade games. Venues with arcade games are usually informal, casual venues.
This venue has a DJ. Venues with DJs are perfect for adult parties including birthday parties.
This venue has live music. Venues with live music are great for adult parties.
This venue has a piano bar. Piano bar venues are popular for both intimate private parties as well as adult birthday parties, bachelor parties, and bachelorette parties.
This venue has live comedy. Live comedy venues are great for staff Christmas parties.
This venue has karaoke. Venues with karaoke are typically casual and informal venues, great for social events.
Outside Cakes OK
Custom Decorations Allowed
All You Can Eat
Saskatoon bachelor party venues
Everyone has heard of the movie Hangover where a bachelor party went seriously wrong. However, there are many real life bachelor party horror stories that you may not have heard of.
In Edmonton, Canada a group of groomsmen thought it would be a great idea to kidnap the groom as a prank. Went started out as an innocent joke turned out to be a serious legal offense. They rented a U-Haul and wore nylons over their faces looking like burglars. They also thought it was a good idea to brandish baseball bats. They ran to the grooms house desperately looking for his hidden house key all while neighbors were watching. After finding the key, they went into the house and slammed the door. The adrenaline was rushing within the groomsmen as they were so excited to get the bachelor party started. They found the groom and began duct taping his feet and wrapping his arms with saran wrap. Oddly enough the grooms own fiancée was even in on the joke. This is how they knew exactly when the unsuspecting groom would be home.
The plan could have gone on without a hitch had they only informed the six neighbors that had all called the police. They men heard a knock at the door and answered it to two angry police men with guns pointed at their heads. A helicopter, K-9 unit and all available police units were on their way. The men had come up with the plot two weeks before when the groom complained that no one had thrown him a bachelor party yet. This made them decide to throw him one he would never forget.
The boys got lucky that they were caught at the house and not in the van. If they were caught in the van they could have faced serious kidnapping charges. The Edmonton police had reason to take this stunt seriously. Had any of the groomsmen acted stupid and tried running with nylon on their head carrying a bat they would have been in for seriously trouble.
The police checked all of their ideas and determined none had any sort of criminal past. They explained to the police that it was a bachelor party prank. The police threatened to charge the men $1,000 for deploying the helicopter. After laying into the groomsmen for hours the police chalked it up to a horrible prank gone wrong. Luckily after the cops left they were able to carry on with the bachelor party, all having some well-earned drinks.