In order to provide you with your daily fix of feuds, fights and fixtures, we house an interactive entertainment Mecca built to unleash your competitive energies without your having to break a sweat, or spill a drink. We are all competitors at heart, with killer instincts fine tuned and on point. For some, it’s the rush of adrenaline at the flip of a card or the break of the rack. Others test their intellectual mettle with a game of chess. Whatever suits the mood, we all enjoy jockeying for position and a healthy dose of bragging rights.The former office of the CEO of the Bank of San Francisco has been converted into a stunning Billiards room. A regulation Brunswick Treviso table sits atop an early 20th Century Kashan rug (on loan from Peter Pap Oriental Rugs) in a room with a wet bar and gorgeous views of the old Federal Reserve building.
The strategic thinker should bring a worthy opponent for a game of backgammon, dominos, chess, checkers, or cribbage; quants may prefer the computational intensity of Liar’s Dice or the thrill of the river at the Brunswick poker table. Board game traditionalists can enjoy Monopoly, Scrabble, Trivial Pursuit, RISK, or Yahtzee.
Finally, for the duffer, we have a TruGolf Prestige Golf Simulator featuring 85 courses from all over the world, including St. Andrews (New, Old, and Jubilee), Pebble Beach, Bethpage Black, Oakmont, and many more.
Pocket squares, cufflinks, ties, scarves, ascots and yes, watches. Gentlemen that regularly wear pocket squares tend to own a handful, but most would admit that they’d love to own more. More colors, different fabrics, a variety of patterns. Pocket squares are not terribly expensive, but it’s not usually at the top of his shopping list, either. With the Pocket Square Library, a member can come in and "check out" a square from dozens of options. As long as the pocket square is not lost or ruined in any way, it can be brought back, and a new one can be borrowed. Free of charge. With the success of the Pocket Square Library, it was only natural we would expand into other categories. Members that purchase cufflinks from Wingtip gain access to a library of 50 cufflinks in a variety of styles, finishes, colors, and stones. Take one out, wear it for a day or a week, bring it back, and swap it out for a new pair. Same goes for a collection of neckwear, scarves, and ascots.
Most recently, the club added a Watch Library. Housing $200,000 worth of inventory, the Watch Library features 8 Panerai watches, a couple from Girard-Perregaux, Rolex, Omega, Chronoswiss, Bell & Ross, and others.
Members of LA and SF will have complimentary access to the other Club until a third Wingtip opens (nothing in the works right now). Once there are three or more Wingtips, members will be able to pay a small monthly fee for complimentary access to all Clubs, or they can purchase a Day Pass if unlimited access does not make sense. But until #3 opens, members will have access to both subject to the number of visits for your level of membership.
And we are constantly thinking of innovative ways to integrate the store and club experiences. For example, we recently announced a very compelling perk for those members that purchase a tuxedo through the store.