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 The Harvard Club


The Club, conveniently located in midtown Manhattan, offers many services including a formal dining room, charming hotel rooms, a library, a Work Center, two floors of athletic facilities (including squash courts), and casual dining at several spots in the Clubhouse. A landmark building designed by McKim, Mead & White, the Clubhouse is also the hub of an extraordinary array of events. Together, the facilities and events provide opportunities to meet old friends and make new ones, which is what the Harvard Club of New York is all about.

The Harvard Club of New York City
35 W 44th St,
New York, NY 10036
The Harvard Club's Dress Code

Appropriate dress is required throughout the Club for Members.  Members are 
responsible for ensuring that their guests are aware of, and comply with, the dress code. Members are requested to support the staff in ensuring appropriate dress throughout the Club.

Everywhere in the Club, except for the Main Dining Room on weekdays, CASUAL BUSINESS ATTIRE is appropriate. The accepted standard of casual business attire for men is collared shirts without jackets and ties.  For women, an equivalent
standard of casual attire is required.

On weekdays in the Main Dining Room, FORMAL ATTIRE is required at lunch and dinner. The standard is a jacket at lunch and a jacket and tie at dinner. Women are required to wear dresses, suits, or clothing of comparable formality. Athletic shoes are not permitted in the Main Dining Room at any time on weekdays.

In the Charles River Room and the Balcony at all times, and on weekends throughout the Club, JEANS IN GOOD REPAIR are permitted. NOT PERMITTED: Gym clothes, sweat clothes, torn clothes, leggings, shorts, and beach attire are not permitted.