This small, cozy bar evolved naturally out of the simple need to hear quality music in a warm, well-lit, and welcoming environment. A place that doesn’t request an expensive door cover, a late-night commitment, or draws an obnoxious crowd.
Parlour slowly grew its roots by focusing on atmosphere and a careful selection of local resident DJs. This was Parlour’s main focus during its infancy years and it later became known for its unique and intimate setting. It has a tiny dance floor that fits maybe 40 people (right in front of the DJ), a recently upgraded sound system that fills the room, and a nice outdoor courtyard that converts into a sexy social space during the hot summer months.
There’s plenty of lounge room to kick back and have a conversation or just mingle if you prefer. The DJs are always top-notch and though the decor might fool you at first, you’ll never hear a Top 40 track here—Parlour is strictly an underground music venue.