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    yes it is members only, the wait to get on that member is a list a mile long and takes anywhere from a year to 5 years to get on, and its pretty expensive also..
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    I recently had luch there and it was 60 dollars. If you do not have an AP its quite worth it as you get a park hopper with it, which is 73 bucks now... so in a way, they are paying you. (If you want to look at it that way.) Haha.

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    How on EARTH are you guys getting in there?????

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    I'm attending a convention at the DL Hotel for my job and it's a private party that I was invited to. Lucky, huh?

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    BTW, here are some photos I just added... http://www.disneyforever.com/gallery....php?album=231

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    If you have the chance, go to the lunch, as the buffet is amazing! I loved how they filled your water with chilled bottled water wrapped in towels. Also: try the special non-alcoholic drink with fun Club 33 swizzle sticks. My only regret is that I didn't enjoy the food as much as possible because I had snuck in an engagement ring to give to my then-fiancee. We had an amazing time, though!

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    Thumper- as to the size of it, it is not really that big- there are two main rooms and the buffet takes up most of one, but it is truly a beautiful place and you are very lucky to be going- enjoy the views at night- especially of the Rivers of America. Its also pretty cool to see Pirates since its located above the Blue Buyou. There is also a lot of art and photographs which can only be seen inside the Club, including reproductions of the original stretching room paintings grom the Haunted Mansion (most of the art is reproductions since the Disney family has all the originals) but the best thing about it is that the Club was a labor of love for Walt and he wanted to be able to entertain his personal friends there, he is closer there than anywhere else in the park (except his apartment
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    Thanks, Dramaqueen. I feel very lucky and I can't wait to go. Since it appears to be very fancy, I guess formal attire would be appropriate, especially since it is a dinner/dance. From the pix everyone has posted, I'm wondering where the dance floor would be (not that I'll be doing any dancing)? The theme for the party is Mardi Gras. Thanks to everyone else for all the info, it makes it that much more exciting for me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TicTocDragon
    I was just wondering is club 33 For Members only, I've never understood how it works? Thanks :confused:
    We were thinking about a membership for my company. Last time I checked into it (2000) it was $10,000 to join and then $2,000 per year. The wait at the time was 2 to 4 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thumper
    Since it appears to be very fancy, I guess formal attire would be appropriate, especially since it is a dinner/dance. From the pix everyone has posted, I'm wondering where the dance floor would be
    That's what I was wondering, too. There doesn't seem to be much room for a dance floor, unless they clear out most of the main dining room. But then, where would people sit for dinner?

    The hallway that they set up with the brunch buffet is a little too long and thin for dancing, and the trophy room is just too small. Thumper, be sure to go and check out the Trophy Room during your visit. If you look closely enough, you will be able to see tiny microphones hidden at the bottom of the light fixtures above the tables. They were put there to eavesdrop on conversations so that the audioanimatronic bird "trophies" mounted on the walls could respond to what the diners were talking about. This system was never implemented, but it's a fascinating concept ... and the microphones and AA birds are still there!

    Dinner at the Club is a marvelously fancy affair (made even more spectacular when you can adjourn to the balcony between courses to watch fireworks and Fantasmic). But, truth be told, the food is just so much better at brunch that we have lately preferred the less formal daytime over the elegant nighttime.


    I don't mean to make it sound like I'm a member, because I'm not (sigh). But I've known a member or two and have been fortunate to visit the Club about 10 times over the last two decades. It's always a wonderful experience.

    Mardi-Gras themed dinner dance???!?! That sounds amazing. Wangle me an invitation and I will give you the Tour par Excellence of the, um, three rooms.

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    I've been there exactly twice. Once when I was like 10, and again 2 years ago. I can't tell you much about the first time except that the chairs seemed really big. When I was there in 2003, I ate the brunch buffet. Really nice food, the mickey shaped pasta is cooked right in front of you with your choice of sauces and additions. Fool that I was I left my digital camera at home, but the host was kind enough to let me outside to buy a disposable camera at the Pieces of Eight shop while he waited to let me back in. The man was surprisingly patient with me.

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    When i was younger I got to go to a small dinner thing with my parents here. Too bad I was too young to appreciate where I was :kicking self:.

    O well! Have a great time!!!

    Duck!

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    I was at a Monster Truck rally in Anahiem recently, and I saw a guy with a leather Club 33 jacket! I asked him if he was a member and how he had acquired such a unique item and basically he said he works for Chevron... Coolest thing I've ever seen. Giant Club 33 and Mickey Mouse on his back, all Black leather...

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    Quote Originally Posted by libraryvixen
    I've lunched there one time. Definitely take the elevator!!!!
    AHEM!! That's "The Lift" you're talking about vixen! NOT a mere "elevator!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Soulquarian
    I was at a Monster Truck rally in Anahiem recently, and I saw a guy with a leather Club 33 jacket! I asked him if he was a member and how he had acquired such a unique item and basically he said he works for Chevron... Coolest thing I've ever seen. Giant Club 33 and Mickey Mouse on his back, all Black leather...
    I almost bought one some years back. They offered them for about $600 to members only. When hardly any members bought them, they began to sell them to anyone visiting. You can tell if the owner is an actual member because the inner pocket lip will have their member # embroidered on it. Otherwise it will be plain black. It is a cool jacket -- a friend of mine got one for his birthday that year. Mickey in a tux fixing his bowtie on the back, club 33 logo on front.
    -"We can see a new horizon...built on all that we have done..and our dreams begin another thousand circles 'round the sun!"
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    -"...Each dream that you chase, each wish you embrace can lead to a fabulous faraway place...!"
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