Please know that we take our responsibility to keep the Union Club of Boston safe very seriously.  Be assured we have taken the following steps to comply with state and city mandatory safety standards for work places:
  • We provide hand washing capabilities and we are regularly sanitizing high-touch areas.
  • Our staff has received training regarding hygiene protocols and all are vaccinated.  
  • Our kitchen staff continue to operate to the highest cleanliness standards and have adapted to the current state issued COVID-19 safety standards to ensure food safety for all of our guests.
  • We have established thorough cleaning and disinfecting protocols for the entire building.
We ask all of our members and guests do your part as well.  If you have been exposed to COVID-19 recently or have any symptoms we ask that you stay home to prevent the spread of this highly contagious disease.   As of January 15, 2022 per the Mayor of Boston, all individuals must show proof of vaccination to enter the club, excluding overnight stays and must wear a mask when not actively eating or drinking. Please maintain social distance to protect yourself, other members and staff.
Below are the current protocols and regulations that must be followed per the Mayor of Boston effective January 15th, 2022, we will update these as new protocols are directed:
  • In alignment with the Mayor of Boston's policy all members, guests and staff are required to be vaccinated to enter the clubhouse for food and beverage service. Everyone entering must wear a mask while inside the Union Club of Boston unless actively eating or drinking.
  • All members and guests are required to check in upon entry at the reception desk to verify proof of vaccination per the Mayor. Once a member or spouse has shown us their proof of vaccinationn we will store it securely so you will not have to bring it on each visit, but will be asked to check in. 
  • If bringing guests, please communicate our guidelines to them before you arrive. Guests must show proof of vaccination upon each visit to receptionist at the club. It can be in the form of a CDC vaccine card, a digital image of your CDC vaccination card or any COVID verification app. If guests cannot show proof of vaccination, per the Mayor, they will not be permitted entry to the club.
  • Reservations are required if you wish to dine to ensure we can accommodate your party. Please call the club receptionist at 617-227-0589. 
  • The member responsible for the reservation or club visit is the person we will contact in the event of a COVID-19 positive test of one of our staff, members or guests.  We must keep a contact name and telephone number for contact tracing. We ask that you do the same if a person in your party tests positive for COVID-19 and email our General Manager, Meredith Waites at 
  • We are able to accomodate overnight stays and dining reserverations for reciprocal club members, but are not able to accomodate day visits for reciprocal members for club use only. 
  • The coat room is available and is electrostatic sprayed daily or more as needed. 
  • Valet parking is not available at this time.