The Brown Faculty Club offers a variety of private dining rooms, from spaces for large events, to small informal areas.
The Huttner and Twaddell Rooms and Cornell Courtyard
The spacious Huttner Room and the connected Twaddell Room, on the first floor, are open for breakfast and lunch year-round. Seating up to 140 guests, the Huttner/Twaddell Rooms are also an ideal location for a private banquet or wedding reception. Sliding glass doors open onto the shaded and screened Cornell Courtyard—the perfect setting for a summer evening reception.
The Picerne and Class of '52 Rooms
Located on the south side of the first floor, the Picerne and Class of '52 Rooms underwent renovation in 1993. As shown above, the result is Victorian charm at its most elegant. The Picerne and Class of '52 Rooms provide an excellent atmosphere for the Club's a la carte dinner service that rivals the finest restaurants in the area for ambiance, cuisine, and personal service.
The Carberry Room
The Carberry Room is located directly above the front portico of the Club on the second floor. The Carberry Room seats up to 6 guests and is primarily used for small, intimate luncheons or dinners.
The Kapstein Room
The Kapstein Room, at left, is located in the Northwest corner of the second floor of the Club. Seating up to 24 guests, it is a prime location for private luncheons or dinners.
The Portrait Room
The Portrait Room is located on the south side of the second floor of the Club. Seating up to 60 guests, it is ideal for medium sized gatherings. Sliding dividers can separate the Portrait Room into two individual private rooms.
The Conference Room
The Conference Room, at left, is located on the south side of the Club's third floor. The Conference Room is used primarily for business meetings and small gatherings.