The Metropolitan Republican Club is New York City’s preeminent membership organization for conservatives of all stripes! Since 1902, the Met Club has been bringing Republicans together from across the city and the nation to promote conservative ideals, host social events, and serve as a base for Republican political campaigns. Our strategic location in the heart of America’s financial and media capital means we are frequently visited by some of the country’s most prominent conservative leaders. We hope you will consider attending one of our upcoming events and becoming a member!

The club was founded in 1902 by reformist Republican supporters of President Theodore Roosevelt who came together to found what would eventually be known as The Metropolitan Republican Club. These dynamic supporters took Theodore Roosevelt’s words, “Do what you can, with what you have, where you are,” and made them come to life when in 1930 they built an elegant, Eugene J. Lang designed, Federal-style townhouse, thus creating a stronghold for the Republican movement and its candidates on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. The Metropolitan Republican Club functions not only as an operating center for Republican candidates but also as a gathering place for its members to be informed and promote their beliefs through their passion and intellect. It is our diverse membership, through their continued participation and commitment, which has ensured that the core mission of the club has not changed. With our content driven monthly socials, our new lecture series, and our book events, the Met Club is alive and active with a wide spectrum of Republican views.