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.

A detailed dress code brochure is available at various areas throughout the Club or by clicking here.

FAQ's

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?

It applies to all persons, members and guests, 10 and older. It is the responsibility of the members to inform their guests, prior to their visit, of the dress code and other house rules.

 

Inside the Club

The minimum dress required for the following areas:

  • Beach Dining Room
  • Other areas as approved by the Board of Directors

Men

  • Collared shirt tucked in (including polo shirt)
  • Turtleneck and mock turtleneck if worn with a collared dress sport jacket
  • Collared Hawaiian type shirt untucked if designed as such, with no exposed shirttails
  • Slacks, jeans or Bermuda shorts
  • Closed-toe leather dress shoes or deck shoes

Women

  • Dress, blouse, sweater or top, skirt, pantsuit or slacks
  • Jeans or Bermuda shorts
  • Dress shoes (including open- or closed-toe, mules, loafers and dressy sandals)

What's not allowed inside the dining areas?

  • Cargo pants
  • T-shirts, tank tops, men's sleeveless shirts
  • Sweats (including warm-ups and jogging suits in all fabrics), leggings
  • Frayed, bleached, soiled or torn clothing
  • Clothing that exposes undergarments and bare midriffs, is excessively revealing or which might be considered offensive
  • Visors, formal and casual hats (except for women's dress hats, which are allowed)
  • Men's sandals, clogs or open-toe shoes
  • Rubber flip-flops, athletic shoes (including running or tennis shoes and sneakers)

On the Beach

Clothing that is excessively revealing or which might be considered offensive is not permitted. This includes swimwear with bare coverage.

Inside Dining Areas

The minimum attire is Dining Room Casual, and is required in the Beach Dining Room and Seabreeze Bar.

What is Dining Room Casual?

Men

  • Collared shirt tucked in (including polo shirt)
  • Turtleneck and mock turtleneck if worn with a collared dress sport jacket
  • Collared Hawaiian type shirt untucked if designed as such, with no exposed shirttails
  • Slacks, jeans or Bermuda shorts
  • Closed-toe leather dress shoes or deck shoes

Women

  • Dress, blouse, sweater or top, skirt, pantsuit or slacks
  • Jeans or Bermuda shorts
  • Dress shoes (including open- or closed-toe, mules, loafers and dressy sandals)

What’s not allowed inside the dining areas?

  • Cargo pants
  • T-shirts, tank tops, men’s sleeveless shirts
  • Sweats (including warm-ups and jogging suits in all fabrics), leggings
  • Frayed, bleached, soiled or torn clothing
  • Clothing that exposes undergarments and bare midriffs, is excessively revealing or which might be considered offensive
  • Visors, formal and casual hats (except for women’s dress hats, which are allowed)
  • Men’s sandals, clogs or open-toe shoes
  • Rubber flip-flops, athletic shoes (including running or tennis shoes and sneakers)

The Terrace Dining

Relaxed Dining Room Casual attire where the minimum required is a shirt, pants and shoes.

Athletics & Wellness

Athletic Attire is required during use of the facilities. When working out or playing a sport, clothing designed for such activity should be worn (street attire is not permitted).