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  • Going late May, any chance of eating at Club 33?

    Or at least visiting, that you know of?

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    Re: Going late May, any chance of eating at Club 33?

    Unfortunately, there is 0% chance of you getting into Club 33. Let me explain why.

    1.) The waiting list for membership is 10 years long (at least).

    2.) When (and if) you get to the top of the list, the initial membership charge is somewhere between $45,000-$50,000 USD, and the renewal charge is somewhere between $20,000-$30,000.

    3.) Club 33 is closed for a major expansion/refurbishment, and won't be open in May anyway.

    So again, 0% chance possible. Sorry BlueMouse.
    "The happy haunts have recieved a faldric nomdage." ~Paul Frees

    Originally posted by SOTSreleaseplease
    The more Paul Frees, the better I say.

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      Re: Going late May, any chance of eating at Club 33?

      Sadly it's not something you can just make reservations for. You'd either have to be a member or have a member make a reservation under your name. I'd suggest checking Craigslist or some similar website and putting out an ad expressing your interest in going. It's not likely that you'll find someone mind you, but a determined mind will find a way.
      Your friend and mine,
      The Mouse Macabre

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        Re: Going late May, any chance of eating at Club 33?

        If you can't, Napa Rose in Disney's Grand Californian might be a nice consolation.

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          Re: Going late May, any chance of eating at Club 33?

          The new chef of Club 33 is Andrew Sutton who came from Napa Rose. Many who have eaten at both tell me Napa Rose is technically a bit better than 33. Since Club 33 isn't open it wouldn't be fair to say what Sutton has cooked for 33 yet. An alternate experience would be to visit Steakhouse 55 in the Disneyland Hotel. While not as well-known as Napa Rose, you could find the former chef of Club 33 there, Marcel St. Pierre. I would highly recommend anything he puts on the menu, he makes no bad choices that I've ever experienced.

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