Meet the Host: Society

The Scarlet Room is housed within Society. Yes, our two concepts share one roof and one entrance (and one extremely cool set of bathrooms). But, they’re very different experiences.

Where the Scarlet Room is warmly lit and intimate, Society glitters with natural light and open space. Created for social butterflies and local artists, Society is a restaurant-meets-club-meets-art-gallery-meets-fundraiser.

Grab a seat at the bar if you want to be in the heart of the action, go catch some sunshine on the patio, or cozy up with all your friends in one of the gold velvet booths. However you experience Society, our core values remain the same:

  • The Scarlet Room isn’t the only space that’s available for private events — you can reserve part (or all) of Society for your upcoming event. We especially welcome fundraisers! We have several parties planned that will benefit local organizations close to our hearts.
  • We’re committed to bringing the arts back to society. That means showcasing local artists. Learn more about having your art featured in Society, and about the artists currently on display here.

FAQ about the Scarlet Room in Society

Have some questions? This might help:

“So, is this a different bar?”

Yes. It’s one of our affiliate (“sister”) concepts.

“What should I wear?”

Dress Code:

  • The standard recommended attire is dressy casual. We do not allow:
    • Sleeveless shirts
    • Jerseys (except on game days)
    • Masks
    • Athletic bottoms
    • Sweatpants
    • Graphic t-shirts or t-shirts with inappropriate language
    • Open toed shoes (heels are accepted)
  • Thank you for your compliance. We hope you have a great time!

“How do I get from the Scarlet Room to Society?”

The Scarlet Room is located inside of Society. One building, two concepts for you to experience. You can use the same entrance, located across from the Crossroads Hotel.

“Can I go back and forth from the Scarlet Room and Society?”

Yes. We invite you to roam between the two. Just as long as both clubs are under capacity limits.

Want to learn more? Head over to Society’s website or follow along on Facebook or Instagram for more information.