House Rules & Dress Code
The Union League Club seeks to provide a sanctuary from
urban life. Our rules are designed to
promote traditional standards of decorum and to maintain a sense of oasis in
On weekdays, until Friday at 4:00 pm, jackets are required
for gentlemen and appropriate equivalent dress is required for women. Ties are
required only during dinner hours in the Mary Murray Room and Lounge and at
evening committee events, except where the event announcement states otherwise.
Jackets may be removed when playing billiards.
Blazers and ties are available for guests to borrow while
visiting the Clubhouse.
On weekends, starting at 4:00 pm Friday afternoon,
jackets are not required, but are encouraged. Although appropriate casual
attire is permitted on Saturday and Sunday, members and guests are expected to
dress in a manner respectful of the membership and the Club. Collared shirts
are required for men, and jeans and trousers must be in good condition.
On Saturdays and Sundays from Memorial Day weekend
through the last weekend in September, members and guests may wear dress (e.g.
Bermuda style) or golf shorts in the Clubhouse.
Members are at all times responsible for ensuring that
their guests are aware of and comply with the Club's dress code.
Private event hosts may, at their discretion, permit
"business casual" attire in those rooms rented exclusively for their
event. Business casual is defined as
collared shirts and proper trousers for gentlemen.
Hats and coats must be checked in the coat-room or kept
in guest bedrooms. Hand luggage is not permitted in the Union League Café, Bar
& Lounge, Main Dining Room, or Mary Murray Room.
*Members and guests going to or from the outside to the overnight rooms, fitness center, or squash courts are not required to comply
with the dress code but are expected to be respectful of the Clubhouse, the
membership and our guests.
Reciprocal Club Members
Visitors from reciprocal clubs are required to register
at the front door, indicating clearly their name, home address, and the name of
their home club. Local residents who are non-resident members of reciprocal
clubs shall not be extended any privileges of the Clubhouse. Visitors from
reciprocal clubs must comply with all House Rules.