TORONTO, Dec. 5 /CNW/ - Spacious and edgy with maverick touches, Tattoo
Rock Parlour will amuse the senses of even the most bona fide rock star. The
new space marks the city's only LIVE rock n' roll and DJ venue, equipped with
a resident tattoo shop.
Designed by 3rd Uncle (Fresh, Milagro, Cava, Kubo dx, The Drake Hotel,
Mint et Menthe, Shanghai Cowgirl, Gypsy Co Op) the venue's identity is largely
based on subtle rock n' rollesque concepts.
The tattoo art comes courtesy of Black Line Studios, a tattoo parlour
better described as an art gallery. The storefront space is glass enclosed,
and slightly visible from the street, giving the space a bit of a voyeur feel.
Rotating guest artists will be brought in on a monthly basis to add spice to
the core Black Line team. The satellite space will provide the best of tattoo
and body piercing as well as unique jewelry and apparel.
The dual level space is sexy, innovative, and comfortable, the upper
level featuring two bars and of course a stage for live music, with banquettes
and cool dining and cocktail tables trimming the walls. The lower level
features an intimate atmosphere with one bar, a fireplace and short dining
tables. Holding up to 150 guests, the space has its own private entrance.
Musically, live acts will take the stage most nights during the week, and
DJ's spinning Rock n' Roll will fill in the gaps in the rest of the week. The
music ranges from Alternative, Rock, Classic Rock and Punk Rock.
If you're tempted to rock n' roll all night, you can boost your energy
with nibbles from the kitchen. The menu comes courtesy of Ultra Supper Club,
executive Chef, Chris Zilewski, and is straightforward North American chow.
Ranging from light (salads, crispy calamari) to latino (nachos, oven baked
quesadillas) to classic (Chicken wings, foot long hot dog, burgers, Macaroni
and cheese, Fish and chips) to heavy (baby back ribs, steamed Mussels, fried
chicken, Striploin Steak, Shrimp). Completing the menu is a selection of
sweets including cotton candy, root beer floats and hot fudge Sundays.
The venue comes courtesy of a joint venture between the city's leading
entertainment aficionados, INK's Charles Khabouth (The Guvernment and Kool
Haus Entertainment Complex, Ultra Supper Club, This is London, Dragonfly, St.
Louis, and The Beatles Revolution Lounge; located inside The Mirage, Las
Vegas; www.ink-00.com) and Liberty Entertainment Group's Nick Di Donato
(Liberty Grand, Casa Loma, Rosewater Supper Club, Live@Courthouse, Rosewater
Room, C Lounge, Velvet Underground, Phoenix Concert Theatre;
For further information:
For further information: Media Contacts: Christina Vlahos, Director,
Public Relations, INK, Christina@ink-00.com, (416) 869-9444 ext 237; Milka
Mili, Director, Marketing, Liberty Entertainment Group,
firstname.lastname@example.org, (416) 542-3789 ext 281