For more than 130 years, the Army and Navy Club has been committed to providing social and cultural enrichment to its members. Offering exceptional fine dining and professional networking to family programming and special events, the Army & Navy Club is a prestigious, historical home away from home.
The club is located on Farragut Square in the heart of Washington, D.C.’s Business District, just two blocks from the White House. Situated in a high-rise that stands as the 24th tallest building in the city, it’s the perfect place to take in all that the capital has to offer.
With three different in-house dining options, the club offers a culinary experience like no other. The main dining room—with soaring ceilings, beautiful murals and picture-perfect park views—offers breakfast, lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch in a uniquely historical setting. The Eagle Grill provides a space to enjoy lighter fare, such as a quick afternoon bite or working lunch. And last but not least, wind down with an after-hours cocktail at the Daiquiri Bar and Lounge.
The historical private library undoubtedly sets thisclub apart. Founded in 1891, the Army and Navy Club Library is one of the oldest private libraries in Washington, D.C. Housed on the third floor and staffed by a full-time librarian, it provides an outstanding source of information as well as an oasis for members.
The club houses a fully equipped fitness facility that offers essential cardio equipment, ranging from treadmills to stationary bicycles, as well as free weights and resistance machines. Additionally, the space features indoor racquetball and squash courts for a little friendly competition.
For more information, visit www.armynavyclub.org/club.