San Francisco, CA 94133
- Sun, Sat 2pm-2am, Mon-Fri 4:30pm-2am
- Coat Check
SF Weekly's Description
With something for everyone, the Parlor can be your sports bar broadcasting a game from any of its five TVs. It can be your dive, with the pool table under dim lights in the middle of the bar. It can be your club with the huge dance floor in a back room. It can even be your concert venue: there's a stage set up for bands and on Thursdays there's live music with no cover. As the night goes on, the cover goes up, so it's a good idea to get in early for free (or e-mail ahead of time for the guest list, which closes by 8 p.m.). Though it bills itself as a club, the decor and the drinks are no frills - Manhattans, classic margaritas, or $7 Patrón shots are the most popular offerings. And because of its casual atmosphere, it makes a good starting place before making the rounds.
Tips from foursquare
Don't miss Roger Niner's Karaoke Extravaganza on Wednesday nights.
First time, Bad experience. Avoid reserved tables, sit at a table, waitress comes later with bouncer to kick us out and does not have courtesy to indicate non reserved tables. Security like miradors
Make sure Jacqueline is your hostest she will make sure you have a good time
Great spot for Karaoke on Wednesday nights!
Watch out for the B&T crowd and confused old tourists.
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