Club 33 Review – Disneyland/New Orleans Square

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Reviews of Disneyland Club 33 Simply named for its address on Royal Street, the famous club was originally intended as a place where Walt could entertain colleagues, dignitaries and influential businessmen in an ambiance of fine cuisine and distinguished decor, undisturbed by the hustle and bustle of the theme park below.  After Walt’s death in 1966, the concept of the club was reassessed.  It opened in 1967 as a private establishment to a limited number of members who could afford the five-digit membership fee and equally costly annual dues.  Membership is so limited, in fact, applicants can remain on a waiting list for several years.

Visit The Mouse for Less Club 33 Menu.Cuisine: Vegetarian, Cajun-Creole

Service Type: Member’s Only Fine Dining

Price Range: $$$$$ ($60-$90 per person)

Meals Served: Lunch, Dinner

Location: New Orleans Square

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2 Replies to “Club 33 Review – Disneyland/New Orleans Square”

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    What: Dinner – Prix Fixe menu (called the Vintner). Salad: romaine with apple, panacetta, and a yummy dressing. Included pineapple and I tasted cilantro. Was quite tasty. Appetizer: Softshell crab prepared tempura style. Entree: Beef short rib with fingerling potatoes, and a yummy sauce. Cheese Platter: three really great cheeses which I can neither remember nor pronounce. Was sort of like a swiss, a brie, and something else that reminded me of a dense muenster. They were all imported. Dessert: Chocolate orange cake. Also had the wine pairings with the meal. Salad had a chardonnay, appetizer had a pinot noir, entree had red of some sort which I did not care for. Cheese had a shiraz which I drank, and dessert had a very sweet dessert wine.

    Unfortunately I did not write down the wines, but they paired with each course.

    Rate the following (1-5, five being the best!)

    Food: 5!!

    Service: 5! There were at least three people taking care of our party of 8.

    Atmosphere:

    Okay for Children: Its a park restaurant with a very strict dress code. No shorts or flip flop thong shoes. There were children in here, but this is a long meal and fine dining. Our reservation was for 6pm, and we probably were seated by 6:20pm. Didn’t leave until 9:15pm. (Fireworks were at 9:25pm).

    Okay for Couples: Yes – its a tough reservation to get, made by someone who is a member. Unless you are a member, or know a member, it is impossible to get seated. But once inside, expect fine china, heavy silverware, dim lighting.

    Be Sure to Try: Anything and everything. Food here seemed wonderful, and while I did not care for softshell crab, others at the table really enjoyed it. The wine flights were paired for each course and finished with a sweet dessert wine. They also do not serve tap water–only bottled. (And after drinking Anaheim water for a week I see why!)

    General Tip: Never, ever, turn down an opportunity to dine at Club 33! It is a Disneyland original and very exclusive. The food was fabulous and with appropriate portions. Service was also excellent and well worth the tip.

    Extra comments: This was a fabulous experience and I would gladly go back. I was part of a reservation where someone knew someone who was a member, and the member made our reservation. There were 8 of us dining. Was the ultimate Disneyland splurge for me. I would do this meal again.

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    What: Lunch. In addition to the buffet, containing shrimp, lobster, crab, pate, fruits, cheeses, and salads, I had English Mustard Basted Petit Filet, and the Sweet Flight. Sweet Flight is a dessert sampler that had a Strawberry Rhubarb Shortcake, Valrhona Chocolate Pots de Creme & Raspberry Coulis, Lemon Meringue “Pie” and Decadet Mini Valrhona Chocolate Truffle Pound Cake

    Approximate Price of Entrees: It’s a fixed price, and I believe was about $50.00 per person

    Rate the following (1-5, five being the best!)

    Food: 5

    Service: 5

    Atmosphere: 5

    Okay for Children: Yes

    Okay for Couples: Yes

    Be Sure to Try: Dessert Sampler

    TheMouseForLess Tip: Not dollarless, but a once in a lifetime sort of thing!

    Extra comments: Club 33 is a private club, and you must be a member, or know a member in order to get in. They serve lunch and dinner, and are the only place in the Disneyland Park where you can get an alcoholic beverage.

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