About the Club

Founded in 1895, Jonathan Club began as a modest social Club in the heart of Los Angeles, a city boasting a population of around 70,000 at the time. Named after Brother Jonathan, a caricature predecessor of the iconic Uncle Sam, Jonathan Club has established itself over the past century as the flagship of the west coast. Generations of members have included some the most influential figures in American and California history, shaping our city into the modern pillar of culture, production, and worldwide influence that it is today. With a private slice of the Santa Monica Beach and a 12-story facility in the heart of downtown LA, members continue to deepen the great American Legacy that is Jonathan Club.