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Parlour back open for business

By johnboy - 2 November 2013 4

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I scored an invite the Parlour’s reopening tonight and well, it’s pretty good.

There were lots of glamorous women in lovely frocks.

And blokes in blazers with sharp haircuts and big watches.

Being there is a lot like being in an episode of Sex In The City.

If that’s idea excites you get on down. If not then there’s plenty of other places to float your boat.

If you’re looking for a classy drink and Tapas at the New Acton end of Civic I highly recommend it.

http://www.parlour.net.au/

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4 Responses to
Parlour back open for business
Mess 5:35 pm 04 Nov 13

pepmeup said :

I love parlour bar, and not really because of the atmosphere or food, I love it in the sane way I love Brodburger. These two places are brilliant at taking money of would be if they could be types. Parlours no bill splitting and continued table service mean people with groups of 8-10 quickly rack up bills of around $1000. And all people have had us a few stuffed zucchini flowers and maybe a quarter of a kipfler potato. No one knows the price of anything (customers that is) they just keep ordering. I just love watching people’s reaction when they get the bill. The other great thing is watching people leave early and give the organiser a $20 note, it’s classic.

Parlour is filled with rent for lifers wearing their lanyard and talking about how they can’t enter the property market because its too expensive, classic Canberra.

I can’t wait to go again

This is quite possibly the most accurate description of the Canberra bar scene I have ever read. It’s not just at Parlour or Broadburger either. Playground, Honkytonks and any other new(ish) bars and restaurants where it’s cool to be seen.

schmeah 7:26 am 04 Nov 13

Yes, I’m also keen to see how the re-launch went.

I loved parlour bar but only for the lovely, if not incrrdibly inflated, wines. I ordered something to eat once and what was handed to me was quite literally half a can of very salty chickpeas and some average looking zucchini flowers. Left me about $25 lighter.

I think I’ll still go and check it out soon, but might leave trying the ood.

Peptis 1:03 pm 03 Nov 13

pepmeup said :

No one knows the price of anything (customers that is) they just keep ordering.

Last time I went there they had prices on the menu.

pepmeup 10:21 am 03 Nov 13

I love parlour bar, and not really because of the atmosphere or food, I love it in the sane way I love Brodburger. These two places are brilliant at taking money of would be if they could be types. Parlours no bill splitting and continued table service mean people with groups of 8-10 quickly rack up bills of around $1000. And all people have had us a few stuffed zucchini flowers and maybe a quarter of a kipfler potato. No one knows the price of anything (customers that is) they just keep ordering. I just love watching people’s reaction when they get the bill. The other great thing is watching people leave early and give the organiser a $20 note, it’s classic.

Parlour is filled with rent for lifers wearing their lanyard and talking about how they can’t enter the property market because its too expensive, classic Canberra.

I can’t wait to go again

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