We've all been out to dinner or a club and have seen it. The gimmick hats and veils, sometimes even more risque party accessories. Bachelorette parties can be fun, and... loud... and some Long Island wineries are making an effort to keep out these rowdy parties out.
“You would have bridezilla after bridezilla” https://t.co/tjGY8Hn2V8— New York Post (@nypost) August 1, 2018
From the NY Post:
Owners of the businesses along the North and South Forks – long havens for brides-to-be and their sidekicks looking to let loose – say déclassé crowds of rowdy women are not exactly the clientele they’re going for.
Wölffer Estate Vineyard in the Hamptons makes that clear on its website.
“We are delighted when guests choose to celebrate an occasion with us. However, we do not allow bachelorette parties,” it reads. “To be respectful to our other guests, we kindly request that any celebratory birthday or anniversary décor or accessories be left behind.”
What do you think of there being a fine to discourage naughty behavior? Do you think it will help keep the wineries more classy?