Dining venues include the Main Dining Room, which o ff ers fine service in a formal and traditional atmosphere with 15-foot- tall windows that add to its grandeur. The Grill Room o ff ers a more casual dining ex- perience, while the Rooftop has indoor and outdoorseating with a small plate menu, craft beers and wines by the glass or bottle. The Main Bar, dubbed the heartbeat of the Club and its members, rounds out the op- tions as a popular place for great beverages and even better conversation. And be sure to check out the lunch bu ff et on Saturdays and a Champagne Brunch on Sundays. The Club’s 23,000 square-foot fitness center spans three floors and rivals some of the best gyms in the city. Think state-of- the-art equipment, a dynamic list of group classes, certified fitness professionals, seven squash courts (four international courts and three American courts), sauna and steam rooms. Throughout the Club, casual attire is allowed during the day, but after 5pm, busi- ness casual is required in the Main Dining Room (collared shirts are necessary for men, but jackets and ties are not required). Bermuda shorts are allowed on the Roof- top during the summer months. If you’re planning a visit to the Big Ap- ple and want to check out HCNY, a letter of introduction must be sent to the Club prior to making a reservation. Please contact Joanne Huber in the Executive O ffi ce to arrange. Rates vary and can be found on the HCNY website, along with hours of operation, COVID-19 policies and more. More info: The Club o ff ers guests a chance to experience Manha tt an hotel luxuries without the ty pical Manha tt an hotel price tag.

Reciprocal Club Review

The Harvard Club of NewYork City ByValerieDavis

➳ The Harvard Club of New York C ity is the newest addition to our outstanding list of Reciprocal Clubs. It was founded in 1865 by a small group of alumni wishing to get together and continue the fellowship of Cambridge. Located inMidtownManhattan, on 44th St. between 4th and 5th Avenues, the Club is centrally located close to Broadway, Times Square, Radio City Music Hall, Rockefeller Center, Grand Central Station, MoMA and St. Patrick’s Cathedral, not to mention exceptional shopping. Its architectural beauty is a sight for sore eyes, and coupled with its storied history, the building was one of the first 10 to be named a New York City landmark and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Club o ff ers guests a chance to experience Manhattan hotel luxuries without the typical Manhattan hotel price tag. It boasts more than 70 well-appointed guest rooms ranging from a single with a shared bath to a king suite. When you stay here, expect comfort, style and all the amenities includingWi-Fi, six refined dining options and access to an impressive fitness center.

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