Dress Code & Policies - Missouri Athletic Club

Dress Code & Policies

One of the factors that makes the Missouri Athletic Club a Platinum of Club of America and a premier club in the region are our high standards, including our dress code.

The Board of Governors and management welcome all members and guests to our Club, but there are guidelines to follow while in the Club. A Dress Code is part of the Club’s tradition and commitment to the community. It is an important component in maintaining the MAC’s well-deserved reputation as a premier athletic club.

The Board and management asks that you acknowledge our commitment to continually serve members and guests at the MAC by adhering to the Dress Code. Members and guests will not have access to the Club’s public rooms if improperly dressed. Members and guests may, of course, arrive and depart in traveling clothes. The Dress Code pertains to all members and guests 14 years and older. Please cooperate with MAC staff and members as they support the Dress Code policy.

  • Downtown Clubhouse
    • Business Attire: A suit, dress shirt (tie preferred) or sport coat/blazer, collared dress shirt, slacks for men. Dresses, suits, pant suits or blazer and slacks for women. Dress military uniforms and clerical attire.

      Business attire is required in the following rooms:

      • Eads Room
      • Missouri Room
      • Rendezvous Room


      Casual attire is permitted in the following areas:

      • Private Meeting Rooms (at all times)
      • Main Lobby
      • Jack Buck Grille
      • Sportsman’s Club


      Athletic Wear:
      Colored workout clothing may be worn. For laundering, colored performance materials are accepted. Cottons must be white or gray. Athletic wear is NOT permitted in the lobby of the Downtown Clubhouse. Members and guest entering the clubhouse in athletic wear may only use the Lucas entrance and north elevator located in the rear of the building.

      Apparel NOT permitted*

      • Cut-off shorts
      • Athletic tee shirts (except on Game Day)
      • Tank/tube/halter tops
      • Overalls/work clothes
      • Bare midriff garments
      • Swim wear or workout wear
      • Hats/caps (except on Game Day)


      Game Day Attire:
      (Cardinals, Blues, and all collegiate events) Casual attire is permitted on all Game Days, except shirts should be worn underneath any sleeveless jersey, hat/caps are permitted to be worn in the Lobby and Jack Buck Grille ONLY, and cut-offs are discouraged for men or women.

      *Offenders will be notified the first time and asked to leave the second time.

  • West Clubhouse
    • Club Casual is described for men as sport coats or golf / collared shirts and or sweaters / vests, dress slacks or dress blue jeans, and shorts adhering to current golf course type regulations. Club Casual is described for ladies as pant suits, jackets or golf / dress shirts and or sweaters / vests, dress slacks or dress blue jeans, skirts or dresses, and shorts adhering to current golf course type regulations.

      Athletic Facility Dress Code: Colored attire may be worn in all athletic facilities. For locker-holding members using the club laundry service, colored performance materials are permitted. Cottons must be white or gray. Soft soled shoes are required. No black soled shoes are allowed on the courts.

      Stan Musial Grille
      Permitted Not Allowed
      Club casual Bathing suits
      Athletic wear Undershirts and tank tops
      Ball caps Cutoffs
      Sport shoes Bare feet

      Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult or older sibling.

      1903 dining room
      Permitted Not Allowed
      Club casual Athletic wear
        Ball caps and hats
      Bathing suits
      Undershirts and tank tops
      Cutoffs
      Bare feet

      Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

      1903 bar and patio
      Permitted Not Allowed
      Club casual Athletic wear

      Ball caps and hats

      Bathing suits
      Undershirts and tank tops
      Cutoffs
      Bare feet

      Absolutely no one under the age of 18 allowed in the 1903 bar or on the patio at any time.

  • Cell Phone Policy
    • The use of cellular or other mobile telephones for receiving or calling purposes is not permitted in any café, bar, or dining room in either clubhouse or in any other area designated by the Board of Governors or Governance Committee, provided that a member or a guest may receive a silent cellular call or page and may respond to it in a brief, quiet fashion, not exceeding 30 seconds. A member or a guest may use a cellular or other mobile telephone or electronic device to text message, search the internet, review emails and the like, provided that such device is silent and in the use thereof, proper decorum is followed.

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