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CLOSED FOR RENOVATION 2016
REOPENING DATE INDEFINITE



About our Club
The American Czech-Slovak Cultural Club (ACSCC) was founded in 1949. The clubhouse is located on 3.5 tropical acres adjoining Arch Creek, in North Miami, Florida. The purpose of ACSCC is to further the Czech and Slovak cultures, customs, traditions and food in South FL.

Our restaurant is open on two Sundays of the month from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM. Dinner entrees feature several fine Czech/Slovak favorites. Please see the current menu. Reservations are required.

Our bar is open on the two Sundays of the month from 1:00 PM to 9:00 PM. The bar serves Pilsner Urquell, Staropramen, and Holba beers plus wines, and soft drinks.

Our clubhouse is available for special occasions. For rental information please visit our rental information page.

Donations are always appreciated ACSCC is funded largely by dues and donations. If you would like to help our club please visit the donations page.

Everyone is welcome to visit our Club and enjoy good food and drink in an old European atmosphere. Please see our map for directions.  If there are questions, please call 305.891.9130.


Entrance to ACSCC, North Miami, Florida

Paintings by Drahomir (Mira) Hrdbovic
Left, Prague Castle Right, Bratislava Castle
Donated to ACSCC 9/30/2006

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RENOVATION 2016 - Reopening Date Indefinite -Update
The American Czech-Slovak Cultural ClubI is currently in the midst of a major renovation. Because of this work reopening will be delayed. As of 11-27-2016 the club will be closed all of December with the reopening date still indefinite. We will do our best to keep you informed.

 

In the meantime see an excerpt from the Nov-Dec 2016 ACSCC Newsletter for an update about the renovation (as of October 17).


SUMMER BLOWOUT 2016 - Sunday, June 12th
To begin our Summer Break 2016, when the club will be closed during the months of June, July and August, ACSCC is holding a SUMMER BLOWOUT in our bar on Sunday, June 12, 2016. Prices on all drinks will be drastically reduced and there will be bar food too. All the details are shown on the flyer. Come on out and have some fun at our bar before we shutdown for the Summer. Check out the photo.

 

Summer Blowout 2016 Photo


MOTHER'S DAY 2016
Mother's Day (May 8th) is going to be great at ACSCC. Come join us for a wonderful Mother's Day dinner of Svícková na smetane s knedlíkem (Sirloin with cream and dumplings), a favorite Czech/Slovak dish. Each Mom will receive a complimentary glass of wine or a soft drink too. Mother's Day dinner is served starting at 1:00 PM. Reservation details on the menu.

 

Note: The Reservations Contact changed 5/26.. See details on the menu.

 

In order to observe the Mother's Day Holiday (May 8) ACSCC will be open the 2nd and 4th Sundays in May instead of the usual 1st and 3rd.


 

ACSCC RESERVATIONS
ACSCC has begun a new policy that requires reservations be made to dine at the club restaurant. This policy is expected help in the management of our restaurant and provide better service to our customers at the same time. Reservations, which can be made by text or phone, need to be made by the end of the Thursday before the Sundays that the ACSCC restaurant is open for business. ..




ACSCC OFFICERS 2016

President
Luba DeWitt
lubadewitt@dewitt.com
Vice-President
Ted Berounsky

tedberounsky@yahoo.com
Secretary
Cecilia Rokusek

rokusek@nova.edu
Treasurer
Bob Petrik
rjpetrik@att.net
ACSCC BOARD OF DIRECTORS 2016
Ted Borounsky
Luba DeWitt
Barry Ekle
Bob Petrik
David Rafaidus
Cecilia Rokusek
Iveta Rybarova

 

The American Czechoslovaks Social Club inc. d/b/a the American Czech-Slovak Cultural Club is a 501(c)(7) public charity, non-profit organization. The budget is funded by donations and membership. All donations and dues go to support the preservation, maintenance and operation of The American Czech-Slovak Cultural Club.


The ACSCC Website was designed and is maintained by William R. Stupka

Text Note: "Co je České, to je hezké means" What is Czech, that is beautiful."  "Kde je Slovák, tam je pieseň means "Where there is a Slovak, there is a song."