Beach Club Dress Code
A dress code upholds a welcoming environment for adults and families alike and sets the standards of a first-class establishment. Distinguished by the strength of our traditions, this holds as true today as it did when Jonathan Club was founded, and why a dress code is still enforced. If ever in doubt what to wear at the Club it is recommended to always err on the side of more conservative attire.
How is the dress code enforced?
Management has full discretion by the Board of Directors to determine and enforce what constitutes appropriate attire.
Are there any exceptions?
Only when authorized by the Board of Directors and management, and noted on the announcement of the event.
Who does the dress code apply to?
In keeping with the standards of the Club, members and their guests are required to wear conservative and appropriate clothing at all times while on Club property. Persons who are not appropriately dressed will not be allowed to use the Club's facilities. Members will be held responsible for the attire of their families, privilege holders, visitors and their respective guests. Since the dress code changes from time to time, it is suggested that members check with management prior to entering the Club regarding any questions about the current dress code.
There is an expected level of informality at a beach setting. However, the Club expects that attire on the beach and within the Club house will be appropriate, modest and in good taste. These Rules apply to all persons aged 10 years and above and are subject to management discretion.
Main Dining Room
Men: Collared shirt (including polo shirt), slacks (or khakis), jeans and closed-toe shoes. Hats or caps and Bermuda shorts are not permitted.
Women: Dress, skirt, pantsuit or slacks and blouse, sweater or top, jeans, and dress shoes (including open or closed toe, mules, loafers and dressy sandals). Bermuda shorts and hats or caps (other than dress hats) are not permitted.
Never Allowed Anywhere Indoors
Soiled, frayed, bleached or torn clothing; exposed underwear; bare midriffs; sweaty clothing, excessively revealing clothing or clothing which, in the judgment of staff, might be offensive to other members or guests.
(Allowed in the Club House everywhere except the Main Dining Room)
Beach Informal is defined as all forms of casual clothing except swimsuits without cover-ups (towels not permitted) and men's tank-tops.
General athletic wear is required when using the equipment in the athletic facilities. Street attire is not permitted when exercising.
On the Beach
Members should exercise sound judgment and ensure that attire worn on the beach will not be offensive to other members or guests.