City Club Raleigh Launches New Membership Model

Shake hands, break bread via City Club Raleigh.

The buzz around membership clubs is at an all-time high (hey, Soho House!), and one Raleigh dining and lifestyle community is cashing in on the trend while ensuring its members are well-satiated—both socially and when it comes to grub. Enter Club City Raleigh’s just-launched City Exchange, a fulfilling twist on traditional club dues in which members’ $225 monthly fee equates to dining credits. 

“This new model is conducive to increased member engagement, and reinvigorates the vibrancy and energy of the member and guest experience,” says Membership Experience Director Liz Miller. Thus, becoming a member doesn’t just get you next-level networking, but business lunches, date nights, happy hours and everything in between. Talk about keeping that cal full! 

And City Club Raleigh’s swanky digs—located high above Fayetteville Street—make for a pretty swell space to host. Part of the nationwide Invited Network, the club features an expansive ballroom, a restaurant, and a bar and lounge boasting exceptional views of DTR—with tasty breakfast, lunch, late lunch, dinner and beverage menus to boot.

Looking to build up your network? City Club Raleigh also offers a range of events—from chef’s table experiences to professional development workshops to mixers and off-site field trips.
“Invited is a community, first and foremost, and this atmosphere of community and meaningful connection is the cornerstone of every venue,” adds Miller. And, so, a polished new way to work, dine and recline is here.

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