The banquet area is the perfect place for special occasions. (Private Parties, Receptions, Rehearsal Dinners, Bridal Showers, Anniversaries, Birthdays, Company Parties, Reunions, Wakes) just to name a few.
This room has seating for up to one hundred twenty people and has two large screen TV's.
This location is Non Smoking at all times while in the building. There is easy access to the outdoor smoking area and rest rooms.
Our kitchen can supply a variety of meals from snacks up to and including full course dinner.
Please call, email, or visit the club for banquet leasing information.
All Pennsylvania Liquor Laws will be while.
The Republican Club was launched by Lawrence B. Sheppard. In principle, it served as a gathering place on the second floor of the Old Bon Ton building on the square. It was located at 10 and 12 Carlisle Street, or above what is currently the pet shop. The original liquor license (pictured below) was purchased on October 30, 1935. Through socials and feeds, Republicans met to bond, connect, and develop relationships with each other. Members enjoyed activities such as bowling, pool, and poker. Many years later property was purchased and the facility was moved to its current location at 255 West Chestnut Street in 1968.
Our social quarters offers a comfortable and friendly atmosphere. Bar area seating of forty four and table and booth seating of one hundred twelve. Great place to socialize with friends and family. You can also enjoy a freshly prepared meal from our kitchen ranging from appetizers, sandwiches, up to and including full course lunch and dinners. Breakfast on Saturday and Sunday.
There are eleven televisions throughout the club. Eight are located in the main social quarters to enjoy sporting events or your favorite news and shows.
The social quarters comes alive on the weekends with live entertainment including a large dance floor.