The clubhouse serves as the meeting site for the Metropolitan Republican Club, host to many events, office space for Republican campaigns and the local Republican Party, and as a private residence. Eugene J. Lang was the architect of the building that has remained a Republican clubhouse since its construction in 1930. When not in use by the club, the ballroom, lounge/office, and kitchen are available for rental by outside groups. Many campaigns have called the club's "bunker" their home. For information on renting space in the clubhouse, please email email@example.com or call 212-288-8606.
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Entrance to the Metropolitan Republican Club
The Metropolitan Republican Club office also serves as a lounge for small gatherings
Stairway to the other floors of the clubhouse
The Metropolitan Republican Club ballroom serves many functions, including use for lectures
The ballroom is the perfect location for cocktail parties
The ballroom has audio and video facilities
The ballroom can be used for seated dinners (The club has a kitchen, but not a catering service. Place settings in this picture may not be available.).
Business meetings and conferences can be held in the ballroom
The ballroom is available for religious services
The ballroom hosts many holiday parties
A portrait of former State Senator Roy Goodman hangs on the wall on the second floor of the clubhouse
The stairwell as seen from the second floor
The kitchen can be used for preparation of meals at events in the ballroom. The Metropolitan Republican Club does not provide catering service
Many Republican political campaigns have been run from "The Bunker" in the Metropolitan Republican Club (posters and maps in photograph are simulated)