City Tavern Club

Special Events

Nestled in the heart of Georgetown and steeped in history, the City Tavern Club provides a unique and elegant venue for private events that embraces the Washington environment and experience. 

 
Whether hosting an elegant wedding reception in the Great Hall or an intimate dinner in the Governors Room, the City Tavern provides the opportunity for members and guests to entertain and socialize in the same space that many of our nation's Founding Fathers frequented during the early history of Washington, D.C.
  
Whether you are planning a small business meeting or a formal wedding, the City Tavern Club is the perfect place to host your event.  With over 5 floors of entertaining space, our Clubhouse can accommodate events of up to 500 people.  Our special events department prides itself on our superb services and attention to detail.  Our facilities are available to City Tavern Club members and their sponsored guests. 
 
For more information or to host a private event, please contact Lukas Zajac HERE.

 

The Great Hall

One of Georgetown's most sophisticaed and elegant dining rooms, the Great Hall can seat up to 132 people, and accommodate 200 people for a reception.
     
     
 

The Receiving Rooms

Our Receiving Rooms are the perfect place to relax prior to dining in the Great Hall.  A dinner invitation handwritten by Abigail Adams hangs on the wall. These rooms can accommodate up to 50 people.
     
     
   

The Long Room

One June 6, 1800, John Adams made his famous
toast in this room.  It is a manificent setting for luncheons or dinners for up to 30 people or receptions for up to 70 people.

     
     
 

The Bliss Room

Our Bliss Room is one of the Club's most popular rooms because of the adjoining Terrace.  This room is ideal for a seated lunch or dinner for up to 68 people or a reception of 150 people.
     
     
 

The Library

Adjacent to the Governors' Room, the Library is a great place to enjoy beverages and light fare.  Thomas Jefferson spent time here on his visits to Georgetown.  The Library is ideal for a reception of 25 people.
     
     
 

The Governors' Room

This level of the Club has the original 1796 floors, mantles, and woodwork. The room can hold up to 18 people for an intimate lunch or dinner or as many as 35 for a reception.