The Club will open its newest culinary experience, CHOP Steakhouse, on March 3.
In the evolution of third-floor dining, CHOP Steakhouse promises a steak-centric menu of top-quality Certified Angus Beef, featuring prime and bone-in cuts and even cuts that are only available in Tokyo at CHOP, in a traditional steakhouse setting.
The classic American food offerings will be complemented by an award-winning wine list that features more than 100 great-value premium wines.
Members are invited to celebrate the opening of CHOP at First Friday: CHOP Steakhouse Experience on Friday, March 6.
More than 250 football fans joined the Club's annual Super Bowl party in the New York Ballroom and Traders' Bar to watch the New England Patriots defeat the Seattle Seahawks 28-24 with a last-gasp touchdown.
In the eventful morning, Members and their guests enjoyed a hearty breakfast buffet, betting pools and prizes.
Check out the photos from the event.
The Club launched its new, much-anticipated website on January 27.
Developed with Netwise, a Tokyo-based creative agency, the site is packed with first-time features, including an online shopping function and a Member-to-Member social network.
"The Club’s fantastic new website lets our Members explore the Club's huge range of top-class services and programs while interacting with fellow Members and forging new friendships online. Tokyo American Club is about community and the new site will enhance our Members’ enjoyment of the Club’s facilities, services and community,” said Club President John Durkin.
Newcomers to the site can find out about some of the new functions in a step-by-step guide in Getting Started.
At the Club's Annual General Meeting on November 18, John Durkin was reselected as president (representative governor) after being voted onto the Board of Governors in the Club's annual election.
In total, seven candidates were elected in a Board election that saw a voter participation rate of 94.5 percent.