My husband and I went to dinner at Club 33 this weekend. We were running very late because one of our dogs had an emergency trip to the vet the afternoon of our reservation. He is going to be fine but we got on the road right at the wrong time traffic-wise and it was frantic. We arrived at Disneyland with just enough time to go to Guest Relations to confirm our reservations and collect our Park Hoppers. We then ran to the ticket purchasing line and gave our Park Hoppers to two young ladies who were about to purchase tickets. We then dashed to the Main Street Station and caught the 5:30 to New Orleans Square. Exiting the NOS Station we now had enought time to simply walk to Club 33. We were admitted to the lobby and chatted with the receptionist. She was new since our last visit and was just too sweet. We ascended in the tiny, ornate elevator and arrived at the dining room. We were seated at a fantastic little table for two in the larger of the two dining rooms. We were next to the french windows with a great view of the passing ships on the Rivers of America. My husband started his meal with a bloody mary (the bloody marys at the Napa Rose as made by bartender Judith are his favorite but he likes these too). I started with my special concoction of lemonade with grenadine syrup,I call this a Tinkerbell. Then we ordered. The vintners menu for my husband and the gazpacho soup and the salmon for me. I have lots of dietary restrictions so they always make my salmon very plain and the side dishes dairy free, and as always it was perfect. The vintners menu is a five course meal with wines selected to match each course. The chef sent out little crab puffs to start. That was a nice treat. My husband started with a salad with a sweet dressing and pecans and peaches. The wine that accompanied this salad was from the Silverado Winery (owned by Diane Disney), was we were told by a waiter. (Although something he later said called his accuracy into question.) Next was a smoke fish course and then a boneless New York cut steak. Then cheese course and then dessert. The dessert was a strawberry champagne cheese cake. The meal was so nice and and the service was lovely. We had a very good time. Here is what the waiter said--When they served the cast and VIPs of the PotC movie they were two hours late in starting because--a here is the fuzzy part--Johnny Depp spent 30 minutes privately and personally with each of the 30 Make A Wish Foundation children that were there. Hmmm, that would have been fifteen hours!! Oh well, the waiter meant well!! We descended the stairs and out into the street where we walked to the Train Station and road around to Main Street. And home to cuddle the dogs!