Italian American Social Club

We walked by the usually deserted Italian American Social Club in Menlo Park this morning and found a number of members there roasting a pig for a Super Bowl party. They expect a crowd of 50 or 60. Chief roaster was Larry Millili (right), assisted by Vic Para.

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Joining the Italian American Social Club for monthly dinner

The Italian-American Social Club of Menlo Park continues its rich tradition with a monthly dinner for club members, occasional bocce ball tournaments and quarterly family-dinner nights. Membership in the club is open only to Italian-American men, defined as men with an Italian surname or maternal grandfathers with same. Having wrangled an invitation to the June […]

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Italian American Social Club – Hub of a community for 80 plus years

If you’re an Italian-American living in the Menlo Park area, the place to be on the first Tuesday of each month is the Italian-American Social Club on Oak Lane. That’s the night dinner is served. The original 33 members built their clubhouse on Oak Lane in 1929. At the time the area was still removed from […]

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