With an inspired menu of delectable offerings set amid a relaxing environment, The Lobby Club offers a variety of options for lunch, dinner or a drink at the bar. Private rooms are available and can accommodate up to 30 people comfortably. For Platinum and Gold members in search of a quiet place to work or conduct business, our fully-outfitted Apex Executive Center is right upstairs.
Welcome to The Lobby Club
We are pleased you have decided to explore membership at Trenton’s only full service private club.
The Lobby Club is an ideal venue for business professionals, politicians, lobbyists, legislative aides and judges – the members-only club was created to serve all your needs. Explore our membership levels below.
Apex Executive Center
A quiet place to work and conduct business
Platinum and Gold members of The Lobby Club can enjoy the Apex Executive Center, a 2,500 square feet comfortable, quiet and convenient place to work or conduct business. Featuring four conference rooms each with full audio-visual and video conferencing capabilities and a lounge that offers flexible seating which can be transformed into an event space accommodating gatherings for up to 60 guests.
Food & Beverage
Casual menu with a twist
With an inspired menu of delectable offerings set amid a relaxing environment, The Lobby Club offers a variety of options for lunch, dinner or a drink at the bar. This is complemented by a specially-designed menu to create memorable private catered events and celebrations.
Meetings & Events
State-of-the-art meeting, event and work space
The Lobby Club is well-suited for meetings and events, offering the members the ability to book our semi-private front room to fit up to 30 guests comfortably. For groups larger in size, the entire dining area and bar may also be reserved. Platinum and Gold members will enjoy the additional options available within the Apex Executive Center with four (4) conference rooms and a lounge that offers flexible seating to accommodate gatherings for up to 60 guests.
Everyday, more than 25,000 people travel to the city of Trenton, New Jersey, for work. As the state’s capital, this is where all three branches of government gather to shape the landscape of New Jersey. It’s here where the heads of state gather, legislators debate, and the governor signs bills into law.
Pete Lorenzo’s Cafe opened in 1921, and was well-known for serving elegant meals and plentiful drinks to a guest list of high-powered lawyers, lobbyists and state workers. When Lorenzo’s closed its doors in 2009, the regular patrons were left longing for a place to gather, a place to work on policies, and a place to share a drink…
Fast Forward to today – The Wait is Over!