Forthcoming Parlor Deluxe is the sister establishment to Spring Street bar Warehouse, and from our peek at the space yesterday, it seems she's going to be the prettier sibling. Co-owners James Groetzinger and Joey Rinaldi have been hard at work transforming the former Sweet Radish space into their ideal soda/shake/hot dog shop. The interiors are covered in tile and marble, giving the inside a chill "parlor" feel. If the ice creams and shakes can't cool patrons down, perhaps they can just lean against the chilly marble for a moment (probably frowned upon). Accents of brass and mint, borrowed from the logo, surround the shop. And handsome leather chairs surround the non-alcoholic bar (above). Groetzinger tells us he has a few more surprises to install, so when Parlor Deluxe is all polished up, potential patrons will get to see more photos of the space.
In addition to slick interiors, the new shop will be a new stop for award-winning Hilton Head Ice Cream, fancy hot dogs, dessert waffles, shakes, and Cannonborough Beverage Company's root beer and cola sodas.
Parlor Deluxe is located at 207A St. Philip St. and plans on operating from 12 p.m. to 12 a.m. once it opens.