For over 50 years the PCL (Portuguese Club of London) has been a part of the London community, welcoming all Londoners to enjoy our bar, dining, events and soccer facilities and experiencing our wonderful Portuguese traditions, music, dancing and food.
The Portuguese Club of London offers the community a friendly, welcoming public bar and patio, open seven days a week. Our outdoor patio is a great spot to enjoy the warmer months while enjoying a cold beverage and bar food. Inside we have three large screen TV’s making it the ideal spot to enjoy the big game with old and new friends. The bar and patio also hosts special events such as live music, BBQ nights and themed food nights throughout the year.
Every Friday we feature a traditional Portuguese lunch buffet in our public bar for only $20 including taxes.
A 400 guest capacity beautiful banquet hall with a full stage and sound system. Our stunning banquet hall can host from 100 to 400 guests for weddings, concerts, Christmas parties, receptions and meetings.
Our upstairs banquet hall can host up to 100 guests and is the perfect room for baptisms, wedding and baby showers, birthday parties and retirement dinners.
We offer full on site catering and bar service, whilst traditional Portuguese cooking is our speciality we offer a full range of menu options for your special event.
A full time event planner to take care of all the details in planning your wedding, social or corporate event.
Superb soccer facilities including a fully fenced in full size soccer pitch with changing room facilities.
An on-site dancing and musical group featuring traditional Portuguese music and dancing.
On February 6th, 1967 at 257 Briscoe Street, London Ontario, our first meeting was held, with the purpose of founding the Portuguese Club of London, with 18 people present. By March 11, 1970 the Portuguese Club of London was incorporated.
The Portuguese clubs versatility in hosting both cultural as well as local community events make it a true gem in the the city of London, Ontario.
Our mission and vision continue to stay the same as it was in 1967. With many members, soccer teams, as well as a cultural band, folklore group, cultural groups; we see the club as one of the vibrant groups of London.Ontario. Our goal is to grow and unite the Portuguese community with one voice: “We are proud to be Portuguese-Canadians”.
As mandated by the Ontario Government the Portuguese Club of London will be closed for indoor and patio bar and dining for the next four weeks.
For any further information, updates or event inquiries please contact Neil