On January 21, 1874, a group of prominent Pittsburghers met for the purpose of organizing a private club, "to promote social and literary entertainment among its members."
Thus was Concordia Club established. The small group voted to host the Club at a private residence on Pittsburgh's North Side and voted Judge Josiah Cohen to be its first president.
The popularity of the Club called for a move to larger quarters on Stockton Street on the North Side. The Club's growing acceptance encouraged a second move to the present quarters in Oakland.
Characterized by the press as "a handsome facility," the new quarters opened formally on December 25, 1913.
Now in its 135th year, the Concordia Club is known for its excellence in meeting members' needs for private dining, outside catering, weddings, social and business meetings, community projects and general good camaraderie.
Welcome to Concordia Club's website!
Our website is a constantly changing landscape. As our club and visitor usage of the website grows,we are able to gather input from these people, and work to adapt and develop our website to better meet the needs of our members and guests.
Currently you can find information regarding membership, current events and menus. Final work is being done on the interactive element of our site so you will be able to e-mail our receptionist and make reservations for dining.
I hope you find what you need on our website and I also encourage you to contact me directly via my email address below if you have any questions or if I can be of service in any way.
Thanks again for visiting and I hope to see you soon at Concordia Club.