Standards of Dress
Members and guests are expected to maintain a neat, well-groomed appearance in all public areas of the Club. Torn, soiled, and otherwise inappropriate clothing are not permitted.
In the Main Dining Room, Café Met, and Main Bar, the following specific standards apply:
Main Dining Room & Main Bar
Luncheon: "Business Casual" attire—jacket and tie not required for men.
Dinner: Wednesday & Thursday—coat or blazer for men; no tie required.
Dinner: Formal Fridays—coat or blazer with tie, ascot, banded collar, or turtleneck for men.
Blue jeans, shorts, or athletic attire (including athletic shoes) are not permitted at any time.
Casual/Athletic—jeans, denim clothing, shorts, tennis wear, and warm-up suits are permitted.
Children are welcome in the Club's dining venues when accompanied by an adult. Children ten years and older are expected to adhere to the standards of dress. Children under the age of ten should be dressed appropriately.
Mobile Phone Courtesy
Please silence all mobile phones while using the Club. Mobile phones may only be used for conversation in the exit stairwells, basement, Lampen Lounge, Member Rooms, Card Rooms, Guest Rooms, and other locations with courtesy for others.
Smoking is not permitted anywhere in the Clubhouse (including Guest Rooms).
Please refrain from using laptop computers in the Public Rooms of the Clubhouse.
Hats, coats, umbrellas, and hand luggage may be checked in at the Front Desk.
Cash will not be accepted as payment for any service in the Club.
No tipping of individual staff members is permitted. Members and guests wishing to express their appreciation to our staff for their services may contribute to the "Employee Holiday Fund." This can be done through the Front Desk as guests are checking out.