Farmers’ Cabinet Peeps Open Sutton’s Parlor

Ooh, electric lights.

Ooh, electric lights.

The Farmers’ Cabinet team has opened Sutton’s Parlor at 40 S 19th Street (the former Whistle Bar location). The craft cocktail bar is being run by Adam Kanter, former owner of Rum Bar. In addition to the cocktail program designed by Farmers’ Cabinet’s Paul MacDonald, Sutton’s Parlor has applied for a distilling license. That’s still three to six months out, but the idea will be cocktails made from handmade spirits.

This is the first new news from the Farmers’ Cabinet since they closed The Butcher and the Brewer on 11th Street last November.



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  • Propane

    Will they also be cooking on camping gear like the Farmer’s Cabinet?

  • no

    Why are these people allowed to open yet ANOTHER business?

  • no

    Oh, and hey – No website? No visit. Not from me and mine, anyhow.

  • Last Man Standing

    Same old felonious behavior, different location. I wonder how long Swartz’s latest ADD-fueled Project Nightmare will last?

  • Boo-urns

    How does this guy KEEP OPENING bars and restaurants???????

  • Holden Caulfield

    The drinks are downright fantastic and the food is incredible