The Ohio Club

Victorian era commercial building entrance with large Ohio Club sign.
Step back in time when you step into The Ohio Club....
Vintage photo of south Central Avenue in Hot Springs.
Walk in the same places as notorious gangsters, Hollywood celebrities, and famous musicians....
Two pint glasses filled with beer sit on a bar.
Thirsty? We've got the cure for that. ...
Empty barstools lined up along a massive hand carved bar.
Pull up a seat at a piece of history. The bar at The Ohio Club is truly a sight to see!...
Female bartender holds two Bloody Mary cocktails with garnish.
Open 7 days a week!...
Looking up at victorian era commercial building with large red and yellow Ohio Club sign.
A trip to Hot Springs is not complete without a stop at The Ohio Club....

What to know

Bragging rights is a big deal to us and there are not any as old as us that keep the nightlife going like we do. For over 100 years, the Ohio Club has been the place to be; it all started in 1905 as a Bar and Casino.

The Ohio Club has been a stop off place for many celebrities like Al Capone, Bugsy Segel, Bugs Moran, Lucky Luciano. It was also visited by many Major League Ball players since they had spring training in Hot Springs in the early 1900's. Babe Ruth was the most famous to visit. Because of all the gambling that went on in Hot Springs, many headliner talents were brought to Hot Springs. In 1915 Al Jolson performed at the Ohio Club, Mid 30's saw Mae West perform and an entire host of Blues and Jazz performers played though the 60's. Live entertainment is still the mainstay at the Ohio Club with music Thursday thru Monday.

The Ohio Club features a massive 19th-century mahogany bar measuring 15-feet-high and 24-feet wide with hand-carved horse heads making it the perfect place for a photo opportunity!

A finalist in the 2023 Arkansas Food Hall of Fame, The Ohio Club serves up tasty offerings every day. Check out our menu!
336 Central Avenue
Hot Springs, AR 71901
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