It’s a Speakeasy With Tailors and Poker, Basically

WLVS Club: The gentlemanly refuge you’ve been waiting for

By Shari Gab

It’s a Speakeasy With Tailors and Poker, Basically
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11 April 2017

This isn’t your father’s social club.

It’s light years better.

Freshly revamped, the WLVS Club is a hush-hush, invite-only clubhouse for well-heeled rogues, rascals and ne’er-do-wells.

Unlike most other social houses in the city, WLVS Club comes with actual perks: the clubhouse includes a custom menswear shop, entertainment rooms, a place to rest your head, a gourmet kitchen, nightly (oft times limit-pushing) events and curated experiences throughout the city and abroad — including an upcoming Grand Prix weekend in Barcelona.

But the benefits don’t end there. WLVS members will also enjoy partnerships with the likes of Material Good, Awl & Sundry and Chookhare & Sons, as well as a 24-hour concierge service ready to fulfill requests and retain discretion. That means someone at-the-ready to nail down a reservation at a buzzy restaurant or nightclub, make sure you know where the after party is, and generally find you whatever you need when you need it, no questions asked.  

Members can also get help planning private events, first-class travel and suite seating at Madison Square Garden, Barclays Center, MetLife Stadium, Hard Rock Stadium in Miami and the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

As put by founder Kalin Moon, it’s “a place where it’s OK to be experimental and social. That’s the gestalt of The WLVS Club — it’s like Cheers for successful men.”

Normally, the tiered membership is invite-only. But before May 1st, our readers can join the WLVS Club as Guest Members right here by mentioning InsideHook — they’ll even include a complimentary custom dress shirt if accepted by May 1st. Should all go well (basically, you’re not a prick and there’s room), the Guest Member fee will be applied to your annual membership dues, at which point the benefits begin and you receive that welcome gift.

So, yes, they’ll even give you the shirt off their back.

That’s what we call fraternity.

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