On rare and cherished occasions, one finds themselves presented with the golden opportunity to embrace a touch of opulence and refinement. However, it is prudent to bear in mind that, despite the allure of red-carpet fashion, certain attire may not align with our esteemed evening formal dress code.

Let your visit to our distinguished establishment be an occasion to experiment with sartorial panache, employing tasteful embellishments such as chic accessories and pocket squares. In moments of uncertainty, erring on the side of overdressing is advised, with the caveat that adherence to our dress code need not come at an extravagant cost, nor does extravagance necessarily guarantee alignment with our evening formal attire guidelines. Regardless of gender expression, we kindly ask that you adhere to the guidelines below when selecting your choice of formal attire.

For those who require special ADA or medical exemptions, please direct your concerns to our Guest Services Manager.

– DINNER –

With regard to your evening attire, we kindly request your attention to the following restrictions.

Attire of a casual nature, including but not limited to:

  • Denim, in all its manifestations, regardless of color.
  • Casual jackets, particularly those featuring zippers, such as leather moto-style jackets.
  • Shorts, skorts, and rompers, defined as garments combining a shirt with attached shorts.
  • Sweatshirts, casual sweaters, and hoodies.
  • Athletic wear
  • Clothing adorned with prominent brand names, images, slogans, or logos.
  • Uncollared shirts, polo-style shirts, and t-shirts.
  • Informal footwear, encompassing:
    • Sneakers, including designer brands
    • Deck shoes
    • Sandals, flip-flops, or slides.
    • Work boot
  • Military fatigues
  • Visible undergarments or their absence, as well as "see-through" fabrics without proper lining. Exposed midriffs
  • Torn, unkempt, or ill-fitted attire and footwear
  • Outerwear

Mandatory Dinner Attire:

For our evening dining experience, we insist upon the following dress code:

  • Elegant dresses, evening gowns, or pantsuits accompanied by a blazer, with discretion exercised to ensure modesty and appropriateness.
  • A complete suit with a tie comprising dress shoes, dress pants paired with a coordinating blazer, and a collared shirt with a tie.

Exceptions where a tie is not obligatory:

  • Banded collar shirts - those without the traditional folded collar (Mandarin collar shirts are not considered acceptable).
  • Full turtlenecks (mock turtlenecks are not considered acceptable).
  • Ascots, bolo ties, or bow ties are suitable alternatives to traditional neckties.

Management reserves the right to judge Members' and Guests' dress code decisions on a case-by-case basis.  Further, the AMA insists that Members and Guests respect any dress code decisions AMA Staff render. Members and Guests are reminded to direct any questions to the Manager on Duty.

We ask that our Members assume the responsibility to inform their Guests as to the contents of the Dress Code so that it does not fall solely upon AMA Staff to do so once the Guests arrive at the Magic Castle®.

– BRUNCH –

In consideration of your daytime attire, please be aware of the ensuing prohibitions:

Casual clothing, including...

  • Denim, irrespective of color.
  • Casual jackets with zippers, such as leather moto-style jackets.
  • Shorts, skorts, and rompers.
  • Sweatshirts, casual sweaters, and hoodies.
  • Athletic wear.
  • Clothing emblazoned with conspicuous brand names, images, slogans, or logos.
  • Uncollared shirts and t-shirts.
  • Informal footwear, encompassing...
    • Sneakers, including designer brands.
    • Deck shoes.
    • Sandals, flip-flops, or slides.
    • Work boots.
  • Military fatigues.
  • Exposed undergarments or their absence, as well as "see-through" fabrics without proper lining.
  • Revealing midriffs.
  • Tattered, slovenly, or un-tailored attire and footwear.
  • Outerwear.

Mandatory Brunch Attire:

Brunch at our establishment aims for an ambiance that is both chic and relaxed. Our daytime dress code adheres to a classic sensibility when it comes to dressing.

  • Casual dress pants, such as Capris or Khakis.
  • Dress shirts or sports shirts with collars (Sport coats and ties are generally not required but may be necessary for special events).
  • Sun dresses and skirts.
  • Dress shoes, with trousers requiring socks.
  • Attire for minors should mirror that of adults.

We kindly request that our esteemed Members take it upon themselves to inform their Guests of our Dress Code's particulars. This will alleviate any undue burden on our AMA Staff to relay this information upon their Guests' arrival at the Magic Castle®.

It is imperative to understand that these rules, though comprehensive, may not encompass all possible scenarios due to the subjective nature of fashion and personal preferences. Consequently, our Management reserves the right to evaluate Members' and Guests' adherence to the dress code on a case-by-case basis. Moreover, we insist that Members and Guests respect the dress code decisions made by our AMA Staff and direct any inquiries to the Manager on Duty.

Lastly, we implore our Members to share the Dress Code guidelines with their Guests to ensure that our AMA Staff is not solely responsible for communication upon the Guests' arrival at the Magic Castle®.

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