Dining Out

Dining out logoUntil social distancing is no longer recommended, this group will not be meeting.

If a volunteer desires to take over organizing the monthly restaurant visits in a socially distant setting, please let Barb Aspy know and she will send you the current member list.

Welcome to good food, good friends and good times!

The Dining Out group is open to all University Club members – singles and couples – who enjoy good food, good friends and good times. Dining Out events are usually on the fourth Sunday evening of each month meeting at 6:00 pm.. In January, February and March we meet for Brunch at 1:00 pm to accommodate those who do not drive at night. Normal dinners begin again in April. We do not meet in November or December due to the holidays.

Dining outThe schedule and other information is sent by e-mail, phone calls upon request. Responses must be received by the stated deadline, so the restaurant can properly staff our event.

Restaurant seating is usually in groups of 6 – 8 to promote conversation and camaraderie. Guests are always welcomed. Joining the group can be done at any time simply by contacting the chair.

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Welcome!

These doors have been welcoming members and guests since 1912!

Rich in tradition, the historic University Club of Indiana University boasts two elegant and affordable banquet rooms and has been the premiere Club in Bloomington, Indiana, for over 100 years! Located on two floors of the Indiana Memorial Union building on the IU Campus, the Club is at the heart of this Big Ten University Campus. Our well-appointed banquet and meeting rooms are suitable for weddings, trade shows, conventions, award ceremonies, reunions, memorials, retirement parties, lectures, and conferences. Both rooms feature grand pianos, fireplaces, kitchens, fine works of art, and hold up to 100 guests for your private parties and business needs.

Members of the University Club enjoy an array of programs, special events, and Speaker Series Luncheons. Membership in the club remains a remarkable value with numerous benefits including free "members-only" rooms; the Billiard Room, Reading Room, and Library, access to 14 different and stimulating Interest Groups that range from antiques to yoga, reciprocal rights at 93 other clubs through the Association of College and University Clubs, and deep discounts on banquet room rentals. For business and private events that are as smart and stylish as you – call the University Club.