Parcel 32 to Open Upstairs Cocktail Lounge on New Year's Eve

Parcel 32 will open an upstairs cocktail lounge called The Parlour during their New Year’s Eve party on Monday, December 31st.

The restaurant says The Parlour was inspired by the traditional welcoming center of older homes, in keeping with Parcel 32’s nod to its 19th century Charleston single dwelling. The upscale cocktail lounge will provide a full bar with a focus on classic libations, as well as wine and beer; food from Chef Shaun Brian; rotating selection of house-made sweets; weekly live music and pop-up events.

Following the New Year’s Eve launch party, The Parlour will be open beginning January 2nd, Tuesday through Sunday from 5 pm to close with happy hour Tuesday through Friday from 5 pm to 7 pm and late-night dining Fridays and Saturdays from 10 pm to midnight. For more information, plus food and cocktail menus, visit parcel32.com.

The Parlour’s opening party on Monday, December 31st will begin at 9 pm and includes a full premium bar, passed cocktails, heavy hors d’oeuvres, bubbles bar, midnight champagne toast, DJ, and a photo booth. The all-inclusive cost for the evening is $175 per person. To reserve your spot, visit Eventbrite for tickets.

Parcel 32 is offering a limited-time discount on the tickets through December 17th. Tickets will be $115 and can be purchased here.

According to a press release, "The Parlour is considered the 'fraternal twin' of Parcel 32 and its design will reflect a more feminine side of Parcel 32’s modern influences with historical elements including floral patterns, framed botanicals and rich hues of colors. The house in which The Parlour and Parcel 32 reside was built in 1837 during the Victorian Era, which interior designer Whitney Rietz Eller of Whitney Rietz Designs used as inspiration behind The Parlour’s modern Victorian look. The indoor space is comprised of cocktail lounge tufted and fringed seating including plush velvet couches, comfy chairs and ottomans next to the upstairs outdoor piazza overlooking King Street. A curated collection of art will surround the feature wall with an antique Victorian mantle repurposed from a downtown Charleston home. An oyster cart, service station and coffee tables are all custom made by North Carolina artist Stephen Torrence."

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