About the Quadrangle Club

A membership club for University Faculty and staff and community members, the Quadrangle Club offers fine dining and catering services, guest rooms for overnight stays, and top-rate tennis facilities conveniently located in the heart of the University of Chicago campus.

Established in 1893, the Quadrangle Club has played, and continues to play, an important role in the intellectual fabric and life of the University of Chicago. In its early years, it was home to large numbers of the faculty, when the third floor of the building served as academic-year quarters for many of the faculty teaching at the University. Over the decades, it has been the place where numerous Nobel laureates have hosted discussions about topics and ideas that have shaped the world.

The Quadrangle Club is housed in a historic facility designed by Howard Van Doren Shaw at 57th Street and University Avenue. The Club hosts a wide variety of cultural and community events for its members, including "First Friday" Jazz Nights, barbecues, tennis tournaments, fireside chats, an annual Revels program, Family Nights, and many other special events, as well as offering popular dining services.



The Quadrangle Club provides a unique venue for events and receptions, as well as a comfortable spot for dining, socializing, and conversation.

There are many changes underway at the Club with improved dining options and menus, facility renovations, and member services. Explore our offerings, and please contact us with any questions. We look forward to serving you.