Upscale Parlay Orlando sports bar to take over old Finnhenry’s space downtown

Tuesday, February 15, 2022

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Through Matthew Moyer on Tue 15 Feb 2022 at 5:02 p.m.

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  • Illustration courtesy of Parlay Orlando
  • Interior rendering of the Parlay Orlando

The former Finnhenry’s space in downtown Orlando will soon be home to a new “sports club” concept: Parlay Orlando.

The venerable – well, by downtown standards – Finnhenry watering hole closed last summer after more than 12 years in its Orange Avenue locality.

The place was almost immediately snapped up by the ownership group that also runs Tier Nightclub, Eden the Lounge and Celine Orlando – with the aim of opening an upscale hybrid nightclub-bar.

According to the new owners, Parlay will offer “a refined sports atmosphere tied to VIP bottle options and a full-service bar/kitchen” with more than 50 LED TVs (it’s a lot!) and a bloated audio system.

Parlay’s opening date is TBA, but according to their website they are currently hiring.


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