A minimum of business casual is expected at all times for members and their guests when spending time at the Club. Business casual is defined as a collared shirt and slacks for men and comparable attire for women including dresses, blouses, skirts, and pants. Neat jeans are also acceptable. Shorts, t-shirts, and sneakers are never appropriate unless traveling to and from the fitness areas.
The dress code for private events may be dictated by the host. However, a minimum of business casual is appropriate.
The Hub (all-day dining, work space, and bar)
Neat jeans may be worn in all areas of The Hub. Shirts must have collars and must be tucked in. Shorts, sneakers, or tennis shoes are not permitted. No jacket required.
Main Dining Room
Jackets are required except for Saturday and Sunday Brunch when neat collared long sleeve shirts and neat pressed jeans are acceptable; sneakers are not permitted.
Attire for Children
All children are expected to be appropriately attired, and children over the age of twelve are required to conform to the dress code.
Cell Phones & Laptops
Cell phones should not be used in the lobby or dining room but may be used in The Hub as well as the hallways on each floor where house phones are located.
As always, please be considerate of fellow members and guests when using cell phones and turn off ringers when dining at the Club.
Laptops are welcome in The Hub and may be used quietly in the library.
There is no smoking permitted in the Club at any time, this is based on requirements set forth by the "New York Clean Indoor Air Act." Private clubs are not exempt from this bill. We appreciate your cooperation.
The Club is not responsible for any personal property, including money, jewelry, or valuables. The Club does maintain a Lost & Found. Check with the Front Desk or with Member Services for any items you believe went missing while in the Club.
No animals of any description shall be brought into the Clubhouse with the exception of service dogs accompanying persons with disabilities.