A social club, in our case, is something that brings people together over a shared appetite for new experiences, new connections, and good food and drink. It’s as simple as that.
While membership is application-based, Common House strives to be open to all comers. If you value a diverse, stimulating environment to meet new people and new ideas, then we want you as a member.
Of course not. We hope anyone and everyone will feel welcome to apply.
We serve a primarily American fare, and for palettes of all kinds. We rotate our menu seasonally in order to use the freshest ingredients for our members, and serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner every day. On weekends, we have a special brunch menu.
For drinks, we serve every cocktail imaginable, and a little more. Our bartenders can whip up original concoctions on the fly, and also teach you how to mix your own during our Common Knowledge Series.
Any applicant who wants to join for the right reasons will become a member of Common House. Operationally speaking, there is a Membership Committee, comprised of a rotating group of current members, who review applications monthly. The committee is always looking to expand and diversify membership, and is always eager to accept people who will immediately become active members of our community.
Please see the Apply For Membership page for latest membership rates.
No, wear whatever you are most comfortable wearing!
Yes. We are very happy that Common House draws interest from all ages, sizes, genders, races and political leanings. We’re open-minded, and we hope that you are too.
Because every time you do come to town, you’ll feel right at home. With a membership to Common House, you’ll have access to a comfortable spot to land while you’re here, a place to make dining reservations on busy weekends and access to premium downtown parking. We have some of the best food and drink around, and it’s a great place to catch up with friends when you visit!
Members may bring up to 3 guests with them, without prior notice. If you should wish to have a larger meal with more guests at any time, please contact the club, and we will be happy to accommodate. We serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner, but ask that reservations be made in advance in order to provide enough food for everyone.
These shows will be spontaneous in every sense of the word. Our Instagram feed will alert members to all special programming and dining, including the Bridge Room Sessions.
Absolutely. Please contact us at [email protected] to schedule a meeting at 206 W. Market St. If you have time, sit down for food and drink on us, and we’ll talk about how a membership would work for your needs.
Currently we have more than 700 members and will allow this to gradually increase until the building reaches capacity. More is always merrier, right?
Of course. Around half of our members have been brought to the committee by others already within the Common House community.
No. Members pay an initiation fee and monthly dues and then have no spending requirements thereafter. Food and drink are not included in membership, but are separate charges. We have a separate breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner menu that we rotate seasonally in order to offer the very best to our members.
Yes, please. The entire club is available for co-working, but there are parts of the building that tend to be busier and noisier. We know that sometimes it’s tough to get work done with a game of pool going on behind you, but it may also be the creative break you need.
For members, the co-work space is included. We just ask that everyone understand that we do rent the space out for special events, particularly at night.