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Parlor Pizza Bar

Restaurants, Pizza West Loop
3 out of 5 stars
(5user reviews)
 (Neil Burger)
Neil BurgerParlor Pizza Bar is a new pizza spot in the West Loop, serving pies like the baked potato pizza.
 (Neil Burger)
Neil BurgerParlor Pizza Bar is a new pizza spot in the West Loop.
 (Neil Burger)
Neil BurgerParlor Pizza Bar is a new pizza spot in the West Loop.

Time Out says

Despite its West Loop location, thanks to the dark ambiance inside (take advantage of the patio if it's nice out!), Parlor can feel a little bit like Wrigleyville, with a bunch of TVs playing sports and house music playing over the speakers. Despite that, Parlor Pizza puts out a good slice. Skip the overwhelming balsamic-glazed fried mozzarella and go for a salad instead, but the pizza is the star here. Try the #BLT #OMG #LOL #WTF, a smoky romaine and aioli-topped bacon pizza that jives with the wood burning ovens. There's an extensive beer menu and a small list of mocktails if you’re looking for something a little different. Skip the straw, though, to get a solid whiff of basil or rosemary with your strawberry cooler or limeade.

By: Elizabeth Atkinson



Address: 108 N Green St
Transport: El stop: Green/Pink to Morgan-Lake.
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Users say (5)

3 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

3.4 / 5

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The food has been completely underrated on previous reviews. I was SO impressed. The atmosphere can be a bit typical, but that doesn't take away from the delicious (and creative) pizza selection. I would almost choose these pizzas over traditional Chicago deep dish, for the flavor alone. Definitely worth checking out.


If you're looking to find all the basic people in West Loop look no further than Parlor Pizza. The place is always filled to the brim with douchey guys and girls wearing entirely too much makeup. That being said, the food isn't half bad. 


I love and dislike Parlor for the same reason: the atmosphere. Sometimes, you'll go at a decent time when it's not too crazy busy but it's fun and crowded enough to have a conversation without being overheard, likely after work happy hours. Then there are times (the last few times I've been) where the whole restaurant is PACKED and you cannot walk to the exit, bathroom, hostess, especially by the bar as most people are there to drink and not eat. There is also a ping pong table outside which looks like a great idea until you sit there and are repeatedly picking up the ball for other people. The pizza is good, the patio is beautiful but sometimes, I'd rather opt for less fuss. 

The roof top and patio are great spots to be during the nice Chicago months and I love the inside area when it's cold! Their pizzas are sooo good and only take 10-15 mins to be made. I go to parlor pretty often and love almost everything about it. The wait staff can get a little overwhelmed and i have had a few experiences with them being rude. I can get over it because their pizza is that good.

Its like a college town all in one venue. Is huge in there, a bit larger than what I thought it would be. The food is okay. I love pizza so you really cant screw it up, but they have an extra thin crust that boards to being paper, and not that great of sauce. However, the drink were decent and it was pretty good to try at least once