Overview of the Newsroom Pub
The Milwaukee Press Club is fortunate to enjoy one of the most historic and interesting headquarters in the nation, if not the world. Owned and operated by the world-renowned Safe House, the Newsroom Pub is located in downtown Milwaukee just across from the historic Pabst Theatre.
The Pub itself features rich woodwork, a fireplace and is the home of Anubis the Cat, The Milwaukee Press Club’s mummified mascot. The adjacent meeting room is the site of the Press Club’s Newsmaker Luncheons and many other professional and social gatherings throughout the year. Most significantly, the Newsroom Pub is the home of one of the most interesting known collections of signature plaques of dignitaries, celebrities, sports figures and political figures, including most U.S. Presidents since the Club’s inception in 1885.
Use of the Newsroom Pub for your own events is one of the perks of Press Club membership. The room accommodates up to 150 people, with bar and catering service provided by the Safe House.
For more information on the Newsroom Pub, hours, reservation and meeting room contact:
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The endowment carries out its mission by providing scholarships to students, funding journalism-related education programs and supporting activities of the Milwaukee Press Club.
Support journalistic excellence in Milwaukee and throughout Wisconsin and become part of the oldest continuously operating press club in the country, founded in 1885. The Press Club also supports the MPC Endowment Ltd., which awards annual journalism scholarships to students and provides grants to journalism programs.