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About Posh at The Scranton Club
POSH At The Scranton Club is a full service restaurant and Event facility located in beautiful downtown Scranton in what was formerly a private club. Open to the public for the first time in the building's history, POSH offers classic American bistro cuisine in a refined yet casual setting, as well as the latest cocktails in the Fashion Lounge, and Oak Bar. Enjoy classic and affordable American cuisine in an elegant and historical setting. The City Hall Bar overlooks the impressive municipal building of the city of Scranton. Daily specials and farm to table offerings from our Chef de Cuisine Jourdan Azevedo and Sous Chef Damien Miseo are available. The elegant second floor event space can accommodate up to 300 guests for a sit down event. Menus are customized to the needs of the client by our on-site event planner.
Scranton, PA 18510
Contemporary American, American, Comfort Food
Hours of Operation:
Brunch: Sunday: 11:00am - 2:00pm;
Monday and Tuesday - Private Events of 20 or more
Wednesday - Saturday - 11:30an - 5:00pm
Every WEDNESDAY all bottles of Wine are 1/2 off, Every THURSDAY 1/2 LB Lobster tail for $19.95
Dinner: Wednesday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm,
Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm, bar is open until midnight
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Oak Bar and Fashion Lounge offer various entertainment Thursday, Friday and Saturday
Parking lot behind POSH, Adams Parking Garage, or on street parking.
Chef De Cuisine Jourdan Azevedo
Private Party Facilities:
Our second Floor Event Space can accomodate up to 300 for a sit down function. Small Private events can also be booked in the Fashion Lounge.
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
POSH Specializes in events like weddings, rehearsal dinners, showers or any type of business dinner or presentation. We are happy to customize a menu to meet the needs of our client.
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Posh at The Scranton Club Ratings and Reviews
My husband got the steak and eggs and was pleased. The pastries were excellent the fruit he enjoyed. I personally do not care for any melon. I ordered the Crabcake eggs Benedict I got runny yolk which was ok but the egg white was so runny I couldn’t eat them so I took them of my plate found egg shell the brought me better eggs but to late could not enjoy
I enjoy Posh because it offers local food in an historic building, a treat for the eyes and tongue. The portions allow for a second meal, at least for my mom and me. I appreciate that Posh supports the Lackawanna Historical Society by offering credits for the walking tours.
My husband & I wanted something special for our anniversary and Posh did not disappoint. Food was delicious, the menu choices were impressive, the cocktails were great and the vibe was romantic. The service was a little slow for the few diners that were there and the server did try a little too many "up sells" but she also was really nice and she made it special for our anniversary- even took photos for us so overall it was a good experience and we will definitely go again!
The scallops were well seasoned over the crushed peas... but I think the peas could have had a smoother texture, but the Indian spices were a great touch in the peas. The salmon was cooked well and seasoned well. The bacon was good but could have been crunchier. The bread was good but the bottom half was a little soggy. The wine was fantastic! Our waitress, Rose, was very helpful and so attentive to our needs.
Everything was ok. The table was a little large for 2 people but not terrible. The steak was good, but they were out of potatoes and the fries were not good at all. We ordered the charcuterie board to start and were told before we were 1/2 way finished that our entrees were on their way out in a moment, so that felt rushed. The hummus on the board was a common grocery store brand, same with the mozzarella. But the other cheese was good and the pita bread was great. Everything was ok, nothing exceptional but also nothing awful.
Though the pastries are very good and the menu is up to par, the brunch entrees are overpriced and botched. A three egg omelette costs $18 and comes out browned, a vegetarian plate is accidentally served with bacon on it, and the proteins over cooked. Our server was polite and funny, but the older hostess was rude and had a bad habit of making unattractive faces at guests. Not a fan of how they push desserts on tables either. This spot has a lot of potential but falls flat and misses the mark. I wouldn't recommend it.
We had a wonderful father's day brunch this past Sunday. As always, the service was wonderful. Our waiter was attentive, and our table never had dirty plates or empty glasses on it. The food was delicious, made to perfection. The menu is varied, with something for everyone. We were a group of 6 adults, 1 toddler, and 1 infant, and were accommodated without a problem. There were other tables with children, as well, but no one was loud or obnoxious, so the adults-only tables were not disturbed in the least. High recommendations from me.
Menu that is listed on open table is not the same as in the restaurant, be forewarned. There are a plethora of sandwiches not what was expected. The drinks were fine but nothing spectacular. The entrees were average but a side Caesar salad that does not even have parm cheese on it was a surprise. Some of the entree sides were cold but not worth the complaint. Mine and my girlfriend's main issue came with dessert. We ordered a creme bruelle. When it came out it was not set, was not bruleed at all, and had a glob of whipped cream on the only spot that seemed to be caramelized. I admit this was taken off our bill but was very disappointing.
From our table we were able to see into the kitchen door. The sight of a bronze colored stainless steel wall was quite off putting.
Working as a sous chef in the past for 4 years and my girlfriend being a Culinary Institute of America graduate it is obvious that something is wrong here.
I had heard good things about POSH but it fell very short. We will not return. I sorry to say this place was over $100 of disappointment.
We were in Scranton to celebrate a graduation on a Saturday night. I will start by saying that the cocktails we had at the bar before our dinner were very good. It was a pre -fix menu which we were not told of when i called to confirm our reservation. I would have been completely fine with the pre-fix had the food been good. The appetizers served consisted of a small pizza that tasted like cardboard , fried eggplant sticks and a shrimp cocktail where we each got one shrimp !!! Yes i said one shrimp for each of us!!! Our entree's were terrible. I was so disappointed . I was expecting a very good dinner at Posh.
Very welcoming staff and good service. Food was nicely presented, fresh and very competent. I would definitely return to Posh in the future. Kal was our bartender and waiter - we ate at the bar - and a true professional. Thanks for a great meal.
Very disappointed with the Mother's Day brunch here, and having visited several times before with fantastic results. We were herded upstairs to a large banquet room with many 4-person round tables squeezed in. I had presumed we would be dining in the usual downstairs bar/lounge with ample room and an atmosphere.
The food stations at this last sitting (2:00PM) contained mostly dried-out leftover pieces of fish, pasta, and beef. I had truly expected more choices because of the exorbitant prize fixe of $49.99.
I had a fresh well-made omelette and a salad and my wife and her mother had basically a few vegetables, and looked forward to some desert choices with coffee. However, as the crowd thinned, and the meager desert choices were left, we decided to leave un satisfied and went elsewhere to eat. I remarked such to the manager and voiced my concern that my mother-in-law could not find a cannoli or two. I hoped they would be able to find extras. He was not interested in restocking, as I signed off for a wasted afternoon brunch.
The only consolations were cocktails. I will never again patronize a special-day menu like this at Posh, and will think twice before I return for a standard brunch.