The Union League Club of Chicago not only supports cultural institutions, it has developed its own cultural significance. The Club supported the establishment of the Art Institute of Chicago, the Field Museum, the Harold Washington Library and many other local cultural destinations. Its commitment to culture is further evident through its art collection, its cuisine and its programming. One of Chicago's oldest and most important private collections, the Club's museum-quality art collection is the reason the Chicago Tribune named it “The Other Art Institute in Chicago.” After renovating the Rendezvous and Wigwam restaurants, updating menus and bringing in a sommelier, and the Wigwam being named a Distinguished Restaurant of North America (DiRoNA), the Club can also claim some of the best food and dining experiences Chicago has to offer. The ULCC is more than just your personal club. It’s an experience. It’s a way of life.