From the makers of Trina's Starlite Lounge in Somerville comes Parlor Sports, the... sportier, flatscreen-ier next-door hangout for dudes who desperately want to see if starting Sam Gash on their fantasy squad was a good move while towning nachos and High Lifes in a (surround) sound environment.
Feast your sporting eyes on their:
Turf: Parlor's no-fuss decor features four stainless steel high tables, a concrete wraparound bar, walnut wood wall paneling (painted with iconic moments in Boston sports history), eight TVs, and two rentable tables for parties of 8-10 (sorry, Neve and the dude who married Kelly from Real World New Orleans).
Vittles: Sharing a kitchen with Trina's means you'll find fan fare (hot dogs, onion strings, corn bread), plus exclusive, juiced-up menu items like the Parlor Burger (a double with American cheese, bacon, and bourbon sauce), the Grilled Cheese Bar (Fontina or Muenster on sourdough with add-ons like bacon, tomato, blue cheese, housemade pickles, apple mostarda, and pecan butter), and a kettle chip, pulled pork, Jack, salsa con queso, pickle, sour cream, jalapeño mess named the Pig Pile, also what you call the stack of cops left after tackling a streaker.
Drinkish Things: The beer roster's extensive and drafts are kept local (Pretty Things Jack D'Or, Mayflower Pale Ale, Notch Session Pils), cocktails are classic (sidecars, margaritas,
Slippery Nipples Manhattans), and they've even got boilermakers like Jameson with Stout and bourbon with Fernet -- most likely the source of why you won't remember how you got that enormous (Sam) gash on your face.