As a lady, formerly from London, now living in Suffolk, I cannot say that I have personally visited The Reform Club.
I just wanted to add a comment, because, on researching my Family Tree, I have discovered via the 1891 census that one of my immediate relatives worked as a waiter at the Club in Victorian times.
His name was Frederick ROE, and he was born in 1868, orphaned by the time he was 10 years old. The census stated '104 Pall Mall - Club'.
I was delighted to find that the Club still exists, and am planning a visit to London with my daughter in November, so will try to take a look from outside and photograph the Club as it looks now.
Wish my Frederick was around to describe what life was like at the Club in 1891 !
Best Wishes, Cordelia (nee ROE)