FAQs

What do the rooms look like and what is the room capacity for each?
For your viewing pleasure, each room is highlighted on the website.
We have small rooms for as few as two to 20 people or the entire Club may accommodate as many as 600 people. For all of your special occasions, we have the perfect space.

Is there parking available at the City Club?
Parking is accessible to all members and guests. There is a minimal fee for parking that may be billed directly to your event. Please view the map and directions on our website under the "Directions" page.

Are there room fees?
Room fees are applicable to all of our private rooms.  We are happy to discuss which room is most suitable for your group.

How do we reserve a room?
In order to reserve one of our private dining rooms, please contact one of our private party coordinators to assist you.

Is there an automatic service charge applied to the events?
Tax & service charges are automatically applied to all events.

Will you be able to provide AV equipment, flowers, linen, etc?

Yes, we are able to provide you with any specialty equipment or decorations you may need for your event. 

Does the Club have wireless access?
Yes, complimentary wireless internet access is available throughout the Club.


What is your dress code?
The City Club requires members and their guest to be appropriately dressed when in the Club. Members are responsible for ensuring that their guests’ appearance is consistent with Club standards. The following rules apply to all persons, age 5 and over.
 
The Mecklenburg Room
The Mecklenburg Room is the most formal of the Club’s dining venues. In the Mecklenburg room, men are expected, but not required, to wear jackets at lunch. Collared shirts and dress slacks are required in the Mecklenburg room at all times. Women should wear dresses, skirts or dress slacks.

Dress Generally
Smart casual attire is required in other areas of the Club. Clothing that may be appropriate in many public settings is not necessarily appropriate at the City Club. The fact that clothing is expensive or carries a designer label does not, in and of itself, make the clothing appropriate.

  • Dress denim is permitted, but worn, torn, or frayed denim is not permitted.
  • Athletic shoes and rubber-soled sandals are not permitted unless required for medical reason.
  • Hats and head coverings may not be worn in the Club, with two exceptions. First, hats or head coverings worn for religious reasons, such as a yarmulke or hijab are permitted. Second, women’s dress hats are permitted.
  • Collared shirts are required for men. T-shirts are not permitted for men nor women.
  • Shirts must be tucked in unless they are designed not to be tucked in, such as Guayabera shirts.

Business casual attire is allowed throughout the Club with the exception of certain special events.  A jacket is requested, however, not required for gentlemen in the Mecklenburg Room. Neat, tailored denim is allowed on the Upper Club level, and shorts are allowed on the Upper Club level after 5pm during the summer months, Memorial Day through Labor Day.