Early supper clubs gained notoriety as prohibition roadhouses. After the repeal of prohibition, supper clubs came out of the shadows during the 1930s and 1940s as a destination where patrons would spend the whole evening, from cocktail hour to nightclub-style entertainment after dinner.
Inspired by the supper clubs of those times, Sterling Supper Club aims to recreate an inclusive symposium that will delight gastronomes, epicures and aesthetes.
Whether you’re bold, timid, loud, center of attention or fly on the wall, we come together to eat and converse around the table.
Eat, Entertain, Educate.