A Place to Play
The Montauk Club is open to families and provides on-site sitter to watch over your children while you dine.
A Rich Heritage
Founding members includedCharles Pratt, Richard Schermerhorn, and Edwin C. Litchfield
Award Winning Architecture
The magnificent Club House was designed by the famed New York architect Francis H. Kimball
At the Montauk
Steven Sondheim’s Broadway hit ” A Funny Thing Happened on the way to the Forum” was made into a movie in 1966, starring Zero Mostel, Jack Gilford and Phil Silvers. It was also Buster Keaton’s final film. Join us for dinner and a movie in the Board room!
So many opportunities to expand your horizons! The next Book Club meets on June 21st; the next Wine Club meets on June 20th; and the next Beer Club on June 13th.
Possibly the best bargain in Park Slope, every Sunday here at the Club! Check out a typical Brunch menu on the Dining Room page (below the weekly menu). The price of one of Chef Larry’s delicious entrees includes a mimosa or Bloody Mary, and a second libation is only $3!