Dress Code

While traditional business attire is always appropriate, business casual is also welcome. Nice denim (please no frayed, torn or distressed denim) is permitted at lunch and in the lounge area. We encourage Members to wear collared or banded-neck dress shirts or sweaters with denim. Please refrain from wearing t-shirts, tank tops, tank-style undershirts or halter-tops.

Men should wear jackets in the formal dining areas of the Club during the evening and at lunch. Loaner jackets are available from the receptionist. Ladies are asked to please use discretion in formal dining areas.

Please refrain from wearing tennis shoes, sneakers (unless worn for medical reasons), flip-flops and other casual shoes. Shorts, sweat suits, jogging/tennis and other athletic attire are not allowed.

We ask that Members please respect Club dress code enforcement so that we may maintain an environment that is comfortable for all Members and conducive to a private business club. As always, it is the responsibility of each Member to ensure that invited guests are made aware of our dress code.