With its retro-style atmosphere, cool vibe, eclectic clientele and an unpretentious attitude, Prosperity Social Club is truly a Cleveland experience! Prosperity offers a sophisticated, tavern-style menu that is vegetarian friendly, and an array of craft beers and libations.
Residing in an original 1938 barroom, Prosperity Social Club is open to the public, being a social club only in a figure of speech, behavior and attitude. Art Deco influences, wormy chestnut walls and vintage beer memorabilia, emanate a nostalgic time of a bygone era. A causal, kitschy game room is equipped with an old-fashioned bowling machine, pool table and vintage board games. During the warm weather that Clevelanders crave, a retro-style, vacation themed patio provides an urban oasis for leisurely cocktails and outdoor relaxation.
Open mic night, Cleveland performers, national acts and local polka legends—while not a music venue, Prosperity Social Club hosts a biannual Supper Club Series and a revolving lineup of entertainers with broad appeal. Check out our events.
Whether its Hungarian-style stuffed cabbage, fried chicken with mac-n-cheese and Southern greens, potato and farmhouse cheese pierogi, roasted red pepper and feta pita nachos, or a hand-battered Haddock fish fry—Prosperity Social Club has a great menu of homemade comfort food done right. Plan your meal.
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What People Are Saying
“Prosperity fits a great niche in Tremont, cool yet unpretentious” -Cleveland Magazine
“Prosperity has fast become the de facto gathering spot for service industry types, neighborhood folks and people who know a good thing when they see it.” -Doug Trattner, Cleveland Scene Magazine
“…attracts a crowd that is as wide-ranging as the people who have flocked to Tremont thoughout the 20th century, from working class types to artists to punks.” -John Petkovic, Cleveland Plain Dealer
“Any time is Tiki time on the funky backyard patio of Tremont hipster pub.” -Laura DeMarco, Cleveland Plain Dealer
“But while the surroundings say 1938, the vibe is up to date, with au courant cocktails, a trendy beer list, a routine of well-priced sandwiches, salads and entrees…” -Scene Magazine
“Best Neighborhood Bar” -Cleveland Scene Magazine, 2012
“…if I lived in Cleveland, I would go there [Prosperity Social Club] every day to eat and drink and pump quarters into the jukebox.” -Joel Lovell, GQ Magazine
“…the menu embraces quintessential Cleveland comfort food.” -Jerry Shriver, USA TODAY
“…one of the most welcoming bars you will find in the area…” -Examiner.com
“Hit this barrooms outside seats for beer, wine and – according to locals – the best pierogies outside Warsaw” -Maxim Magazine
“…everyone heads to Prosperity Social Club, a late night lounge.” -Travel and Leisure
“Prosperity has retained all the art deco twists to make it charming, but added in enough talent musicians to keep it cutting edge. The feel is pretty mellow, with bluegrass, jazz, folk and country being the sounds of choice.” -Susan Greenwood, The Guardian
“Tremont’s Prosperity Social Club is a foodie’s haven. The restaurant’s warm décor features art deco influences alongside vintage beer memorabilia – creating a nostalgic atmosphere with a very contemporary style.” -Cool Cleveland
“Up the hill from the Russian Orthodox church seen in The Deer Hunter, Tremont now booms with 20-somethings and lively spots like the Prosperity Social Club, with its live polka on Wednesdays and a retro “bar bowling” machine in back.” -Robert Reid, Men’s Journal
“For dinner I went to the highly recommended Prosperity Social Club in Tremont. It’s not a real social club in the historical sense, but definitely evokes the same kind of atmosphere. With a tastefully kitsch design (there’s an arcade bowling machine!) and a retro style throughout, it was the perfect ambiance for a casual, unpretentious dinner. While sitting outside in the backyard beer garden, I sampled several of their appetizers—from pierogi to empanadas—and washed it all down with a few craft beers. You could definitely tell that this was the type of place for locals, popular even on a weekday evening.” –Travels of Adam