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Part of our weekend getaway planned by my husband. We are in our mid 40's but love Blues, Jazz and Big Band music. Came to Alexandria specifically for the Harold Melvins Blue Notes show being held at The Carlyle Club. Had never been to this...More
Attended an 80 person wedding here and loved the style, set up, functionality, etc. of the space. the menu and food was impressive for a wedding, and the service was great! the bride and groom did a great job in selection this space
I wasn’t prepared for how completely beautiful the club was on the inside. It’s dark with a big chandelier in the bar with a marble top. There were lots of old-fashion drinks on the menu and the bartender, Josh was as vibrant as the Cubano...More
Adam P, Director of Sales at Carlyle Club, responded to this reviewResponded March 23, 2018
Thank you so much for your great review of The Carlyle Club! You really captured the essence and experience of The Carlyle Club!
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This is one of Alexandria’s best kept secret. Food is too notch. I’ve never had a bad meal. I like that even though this is fine dining they give you shovel it in your face servings of desserts. Whenever a plate of food or a...More
Last evening was the first time we had visited the club. I was shocked when we arrived at our table no. 63. I had purchased the table for four. The diagram on the seating chart was misleading. Table 63 had an obstructed view backed up...More
The “supper club” experience is still alive and well at The Carlyle Club. While our waiter left a lot to be desired, I was in awe of the venue. It really is reminiscent of times past where folks enjoyed good music and a good meal....More
I went to The Carlyle Club for the music and was very pleased with everything that night: staff, service, food, sight line to the music, and decor, and the other diners. While it took a few minutes to get oriented to its location, once there...More
Our 33-year-old son invited my bride and I to attend this "dinner club," which that evening featured Doc Scantlin and The Imperial Palms an 18-piece 1940's era band with a hot blonde singer and an "Andrew Sisters" quartet, who could really belt it out. They...More