Make The Parlor in San Francisco your destination this Friday, February 4 for a very special event!
having a special dj set by DJ Victor Menegaux (Seattle/Wild 94.9). This
event is brought to you by SEBASTIEN ENT. and MIRZA PARTY.This has
consistently been the hottest bi-monthly events in San Francisco and
this is one not to be missed.
Birthday celebration for Devon Paguio and a launch party for HighAngle Productions....
VIP Host: BELLASOUL
$150 KETTLE 1 Bottle Service Specials are available!!!
For large groups and birthday parties... tables are highly recommended www.theparlorsf.com/bottle-service/
or call Gina at 415-775-5110 ext 2
FREE before 11pm
Rocking clubs and radios throughout the U.S., Victor Menegaux has established his sound through many different avenues.
14 years behind the decks, his passion for mixing, and producing have
earned him a respectable notch in the club scene, with crowds and DJ’s
alike. Originally from San Jose CA, Victor relocated to Seattle WA, in
1999 to pursue a career in radio and nightlife. On-Air at 4 radio
stations over the span of 11 years (KNHC ‘C-89.5’, KUBE ‘KUBE 93.3’,
KBKS ‘106.1 KISS-FM’, KYLD ‘WiLD 94.9’), he now resides at San
Francisco’s legendary ‘WiLD 949’ Friday Nights from 12-2, mixing ‘CLUB
949’, WiLD 94.9’s specialty mix show.
Living in Seattle,
with a residency at Trinity Nightclub, Victor has carved his own unique
sound in the industry. Victor’s genre-clashing/music-bending
sets of Alt Rock, Electro, Pop and Retro, led him to produce music for
himself, and eventually other DJ’s. Some of the most successful DJ’s on
the road, such as DJ Kevin Scott, DJ Scene & the late DJ AM, have
use Victor’s vast collection of essential party rocking tools as an
industry standard. Club goers can currently catch him in Seattle, San
Francisco, Portland, Dallas, Houston and more!
THE PARLOR is the
newest venue on San Francisco's Northern Waterfront. With its rustic
design and menu of classic cocktails, The Parlor feels like a piece of
old San Francisco. The timeless design resembles the style of the early
1900s: private booths, brick walls, exposed steel beams, a well
weathered floor, antique chandeliers lit with Edison bulbs, distressed
tables, dark walnut stained bar, and bar stools with rivets give The
Parlor a rustic foundation, while button-tufted leather banquettes, felt
and velvet fabrics lend a softer, burlesque vibe.