Dining club
A dining club is a social group, usually requiring membership (which may, or may not be available only to certain people), which meets for dinners and discussion on a regular basis. They may also ofte...
Derby Philosophical Society
The Derby Philosophical Society was a club for gentleman in Derby founded in 1783 by Erasmus Darwin. The club had many notable members and also offered the first institutional library in Derby that wa...
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The Kymin
The Kymin, or Kymin Hill, is a hill overlooking Monmouth, in Monmouthshire, Wales. It is located approximately one mile east of Monmouth, on the eastern side of the River Wye and adjacent to the bord...
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Cercle de l'Union interalliée
The cercle de l'Union interalliée, also known as the Cercle interallié is a social and dining club established in 1917 at No. 33 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré in Paris, France with Ferdinand Foch, Mars...
Raleigh Club
The Raleigh Club was a dining club founded in 1827. It met at the 'Thatched House', a tavern in the St James area of London as an alternative to the Travellers Club.It was founded by Sir Arthur de Cap...
Pilgrims Society
The Pilgrims Society, founded on 16 July 1902, is a British-American society established, in the words of American diplomat Joseph Choate, 'to promote good-will, good-fellowship, and everlasting peace...
Bullingdon Club
The Bullingdon Club is an exclusive but unofficial all-male students' dining club at Oxford University, noted for its wealthy members, grand banquets and boisterous rituals, such as the vandalising ('...
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Society of Dilettanti
The Dilettante Society or Dilettanti is a society of noblemen and scholars which sponsors the study of ancient Greek and Roman art, and the creation of new work in the style.
Though the exact date...
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Club des Cent
The Club des Cent ("Club of One Hundred") brings together distinguished gastronomes such as Curnonsky, Henri Gault, Christian Millau and Doyon. This club is also known as the Compagnons de Cocagne.As ...
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The Club (dining club)
The Club or Literary Club was a London dining club founded in February 1764 by the artist Joshua Reynolds and essayist Samuel Johnson.
Initially, the club would meet one evening per week at seven,...
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Square Club (writers)
The Square Club for writers was a monthly dining club that met in London, from 1908/9 to about 1913/4, and included many of the established younger-generation authors. The founders included Edward Gar...
Kit-Cat Club
The Kit-Cat Club (sometimes Kit-Kat Club) was an early 18th-century English club in London with strong political and literary associations, committed to the furtherance of Whig objectives, meeting at ...
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The Cannibal Club
The Cannibal Club was a Victorian dining club associated with The Anthropological Society, probably founded at the same time in 1863 by Sir Richard Francis Burton and Dr James Hunt. The club met in Ba...
Hot and Hot Fish Club
The Hot and Hot Fish Club, also known as Hot and Hot Fish Club of All Saints Parish, was a gentlemen's club in the 19th century in South Carolina dedicated to epicurean pursuits: gourmet foods, strong...
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Real Time Club
The Real Time Club is a networking society for professionals with interest in IT and technology. The club is based in London and organises an annual dinner series with speakers on a wide range of topi...
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Albuquerque Petroleum Club
500 Marquette is a 15-story, 71.7 m (235 ft) office skyscraper in downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States. The building was designed by Dwayne Lewis Architects and opened in 1986. It...
The 16' Club
The 16' Club is a dining club established for male members of St David's College (now St David's College, Trinity Saint David); also known as "The Sixteens", the "College Sixteen" or simply "16", it h...
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Chatham Dining Club
The Chatham Dining Club is a general interest Dining club based in London, United Kingdom. The Club was founded in 1910 by Captain Rupert Ommanney and Captain Guy Dawnay whilst they were students at t...
Lunar Society of Birmingham
The Lunar Society of Birmingham was a dinner club and informal learned society of prominent figures in the Midlands Enlightenment, including industrialists, natural philosophers and intellectuals, who...
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Society of Knights of the Round Table
The Honourable Society of Knights of the Round Table, also known as The Knights of the Round Table Club, is a British society which exists to perpetuate the name and fame of King Arthur and the ideals...
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Social dining
Social dining (by a group of people) is meeting either at someone's place or at restaurant to enjoy a meal together. It is a philosophy of using meals specifically as a means to connect with others: e...
Stock Exchange Luncheon Club
The Stock Exchange Luncheon Club was a members-only dining club, on the seventh floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) at 11 Wall Street in Manhattan. The club was founded on August 3, 1898, and...
Ratio Club
The Ratio Club was a small informal dining club of young psychologists, physiologists, mathematicians and engineers who met to discuss issues in cybernetics. The idea of the club arose from a symposiu...
The Other Club
The Other Club is a British political dining society founded in 1911 by Winston Churchill and F. E. Smith. It meets to dine fortnightly in the Pinafore Room at the Savoy Hotel during periods when Parl...
Double Crown Club
The Double Crown Club is a dining club and society of printers, publishers, book designers and illustrators in London that was founded in the 1920s. Among its early members was the typographer Stanley...
The Steamers
The Steamers is an all-male drinking club in Keble College, Oxford University.It has been reported that one of its early members was the Labour politician Ed Balls. It was during his time with the cl...
Rose and Crown Club
The Rose and Crown Club was a club for artists, collectors and connoisseurs of art in early 18th-century London, England.
The Rose and Crown Club "for Eminent Artificers of this Nation" was formed...
October Club
The October Club was a group of Tory MPs, active around 1711 to 1714. The group took its name from the strong ale they reportedly drank.After Robert Harley refused to set up an inquiry into the former...
Grillion's
Grillion's is a London dining club founded in 1812. It was founded by the British diplomat Stratford Canning as a meeting place free from the violence of political controversy. The club had no premis...
Pitt Club
The University Pitt Club, popularly referred to as the Pitt Club, or merely as Club, is a club, open only to certain male students at the University of Cambridge. In the past, most of its membership a...
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Dil Pickle Club
The Dil Pickle Club or Dill Pickle Club was once a popular Bohemian club in Chicago, Illinois between 1917 and 1935. The Dil Pickle was known as a speakeasy, cabaret and theatre and was influential du...