The Hungarian Social Club is a social hall in downtown McKeesport, a suburb of Pittsburgh that was settled in the late 1790s.
The hall reflects the town's blue collar history, when it was a draw for immigrants from Eastern Europe in the early 1900s to work at places like the National Tube Company.
It is a small, single-story red brick structure with glass block windows. The hall comfortably welcomes up to 140 people and features a dance floor and small stage. The hall also offers meeting rooms, a bar and a kitchen.
Hours vary; call for information.
Off-street parking is courtesy of the owners of the lot on 31st street behind the venue.