I don't often do this, but can we take a second before the food to talk about the atmosphere.
Simply gorgeous. I would love this in my house.
Damask, high-back benches.
Dark wood tones.
Gorgeous light fixtures.
Parlor Market has a cool, classic style that's warm and inviting, a perfect place for a date night.
This was quite a burger. It was juicy, smoky, and all other things a burger should be. Patrick ordered his medium rare, and it came out about medium. Then, they top them with butter lettuce, red onions, heirloom tomatoes, and sweet pickles. Finally, you had the choice of regular or sweet potato fries. Patrick went with the latter, and really enjoyed them. He said that he always forgets how much he likes them until he gets some really good ones. As a note, you can tell that Chef Craig Noone did some of his research in New Orleans. I'm not sayin', I'm just sayin' you might want to check out some of my NOLA posts.
I really waffled on this one, which means I need to go back, right? I was between the Sweet Tea Brined Chicken and the Lamb Sugo. I seriously kept changing my mind until the waiter came to take our orders, but I think I made the right choice.