What Is Club 33?

Club 33 is a set of private clubs scattered throughout Disney locations including the original in the New Orleans Square at Disneyland in Anaheim, California, another in Tokyo Disney Land and the third being at Shanghai Disney. There are rumors of a new and upcoming location at Disney World.

Club 33 in California is known for The Grand Salon (the exclusive restaurant), access to Le Salon Nouveau (a jazz lounge) and 1901 (another lounge in Disney’s California Adventure). Want to be a member? There’s a 14-year waiting list, with a $25,000 fee and yearly dues of $10,000. Other perks include early park admission, valet parking and private events at Club 33’s restaurant.

Le Grand Salon is known for their $120.00 5 course menu. Diners select from several options for each course. The first course features appetizers such as autumn mushroom croquette, shaved prosciutto, and seared scallops. The second course is a choice of salads featuring seasonal ingredients. The third course is another appetizer but larger plate that features different fish dishes like Salmon a la Plancha or pasta dishes like Sage Pumpkin Ravioli. The fourth course is the entrée course featuring New York Strip, Veal Osso Buco, and Rack of Lamb. And the fifth course has several sweet options that make it almost impossible to choose. Deserts ranging from apple galettes to pecan coffee bundt cake.

But the food is just as delicious at The Salon Nouveau. They offering a range of food from appetizers of caviar to juicy burgers to the finest champagne.

If you don’t know anyone that is a member and you don’t want to spend tens of thousands of dollars to eat a fancy restaurant, this will be one of these restaurants that will forever remain on your bucket list. However, it is highly recommended and always gets 4-5 star ratings on trip advisor and Yelp. For an exclusive restaurant, it’s pretty popular!

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