Parlor Sports

Row 1

1 Beacon St (at Dickinson St.)
Somerville, MA 02143
(617) 576-0231
Sports Bar, American
$ $
Mon–Fri: 6:00 PM–1:00 AM Sat–Sun: Noon–1:00 AM

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  • Awesome crowd and great beer selection.
  • Dark and stormy is top notch
  • Tuesday night is Game Night! Play Connect Four with a friend.
  • This Parlor's got iconic Boston sports moments painted on the walnut walls. Revel in pride while chugging on choice picks from their extensive brew menu, which is kept local as well.
  • MLS and $5 Cisco Grey Lady. Sold.
  • Watch the revs
  • Now its own entity, Parlor, is decked out with multiple flat screens in a small and cozy setting comfortable enough for any sports fan.
  • Really small menu, but great food in a nice little uncrowded spot. The grilled cheese and tomato soup was a fantastic combo.
  • As long as they've still got Starlite's "Cuba de Tallahassee" sandwich of pulled pork, pork loin, pimento cheese, home-made pickles, tobasco aioli, & slaw on the menu then you won't be disappointed.
  • Nicest bartenders anywhere.
  • The new "Chicken Parm You Taste So Good" is great, despite being named for a stupid Peyton Manning commercial.
  • Best of Boston 2016: Sports Bar :: The upscale bar grub (how about a homemade Hot Pocket?) far surpasses the cardboard pizza youll find at most sports bars.
  • TVs in the bathroom so you don't miss any of the game
  • The structural integrity of the eggplant parm was poor. However, it was delicious.
  • The best fried cheese curds outside of Wisconsin. Spectacular burger, too.
  • Great little neighborhood bar, but it's super small. When it gets packed for football, this place gets LOUD. Make sure to get here early to nab a seat.
  • The decor was very outdated. It was very cramped. The bartender was also a bit rude.
  • Play dice for $1!
  • Great bar, even when there are no big games on the tv!
  • A sports bar that actually plays volume for non-Boston games? Whoopee!