Well it isn't a for sure thing yet, but my wife and I might be getting into club 33 through a connection through work. Does anyone know the prices for dinner and lunch. What are the Pro/Cons of either. Thanks in advance for the info
Doesn't matter how much it costs, it's Club 33! Just pay and be envied by those of us with out the connections. Do a google or yahoo search for "Club 33 Disneyland" and there used to be a fan site that came up all about it with a menu too.
I went about 3 weeks ago for my first time the lunch menu included fancy pork chops, steak, 3 sauce pasta, lamb, and fish (can't remember which kind...). The only thing our group didn't get was the lamb. Everything was cooked perfectly and the pasta dish my brother got is huge, certainly not worth its $70 price, but I guess that is the cost of dining in such an exclusive environment. I glanced at the bill and it looked like they charge you in addition to the main meal for any "colds" you get and the dessert buffet too. They are a lot cheaper, like $4 or something totally doable. And drinks are expensive too. But hey, if you are going, just splurge and have fun! The cost of your meal will be equal to or greater than the cost of a one-day one-park admission ticket, since you get that "complimentary" for going to Club 33. Don't forget to check out the balconies to overlook the crowds!
I had lunch there in November and it was AMAZING!!! The tab for 4 adults and 2 children....... (which will also show you prices for various meals) This includes an outstanding buffet of salads and desserts that were to die for!!)
here's a sample of the menu, looks good to me. It's one of those things that price doesn't matter. How many chances are you going to have to experience such an exclusive club. Bring on the food, champagne and drinks for us!!!
I have been inside before though. Me and a friend followed a crowd inside when the door was open. I didn't get to eat but we did use the restrooms, got a pic of us on the balcony and also bought a Club 33 shot glass for proof that we were there.
The cost of your meal includes a 1-day parkhopper so the price is not as bad as you might think. Lunch is a buffet/order combo. Dinner is full-service.
They really appreciate it if you dress well. Especially for dinner. It also makes it all the more special. If you do lunch shorts and t-shirts are okay but you will feel more comfortable with a polo for something like that.