The Clover Club Becomes More of a Supper Club

Parliament Luckyby Steven Doyle

We just spoke to Eddie Campbell who owns and operates The Clover Club, Standard Pour and Parliament. There has been  some  major adjustments, and improvements at The Clover Club, which is this Uptown Dallas  send-up of the original Bellevue-Stratford Hotel’s Clover Club from the late 1800’s Philadelphia social club which attracted movers and shakers of the day, including moneyed bankers and intellects of the time not too unlike the Midtown Manhattan Algonquin which also attracted a similar heady crowd.


The Club has become more of what they anticipated when opening just under a year ago. “Lucky” Eddie Campbell  has improved his schedule with some amazing acts, the dining experience and more.

Look for more live music, which Campbell tells us that the city wants more of, and in a big way. Look for a Monday  through Saturday performance dinner with Thursday through Saturday more Supper Club Style with a late night menu until  2:00am that includes bites like cheese and charcuterie, a classic cheeseburger, dips, and other lighter fare.

There is a specific schedule now throughout the week, and it begins Monday with Live Band Karaoke. There is also happy hour all night with a limo transporting the crowd from his three venues, Clover Club, Standard Pour and Parliament. Amazing.

Tuesday is classic jazz night, and Wednesday look for the hot band Goga which plays up-tempo from all genres. There is also a DJ rooftop, which is heated with fire pits.

Thursday through Saturday look fr a real, honest-to-goodness supper club replete with five-courses and a show. Drinks are flowing. There is one seating Thursday, and a dual seating Friday and Saturday. Look for live jazz late night on Thursday, and well known bands on the weekend after the show.

The setting is amazing, the all-star line-up is incredible, the food and drinks are  way above par. The Clover Club is the place to be all week.

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