History of the "33"

How Do I Join?

Can We Make
Reservations for you?

Expanded Photo Tour

DCA Lounge

Dress Code

Your First Visit

Executive Chef
Andrew Sutton

Staff Photos

Menu Selections
Lunch & Dinner

Children's Menu

Lilly Belle Parlor Car

Club Logos

Links to Club

Unique collectibles
& items for sale at The Club

Interesting Stories

Vintage Club Publications

Membership Information

Member Benefits

Expansion History


Wines & Spirits

Bartender Dr. Lee Williams

Dr. Lee's Blog Page

Guest Photos

Tokyo Japan

Prototype Pin Artwork

Press & Media Publications

A Poem by Martha O'Brien

A Special Thanks  

Legal Disclaimer  

Original Artwork

Jabba the Hutt Tree


Walt Before Mickey


Disney Film Historian
J.B. Kaufman

Disney Animator
Floyd Norman



Club Entrance and Foyer

The following images are courtesy of Photographer David Decaro from www.davelandweb.com.
Thank you David for your valued contributions.

The club entrance is located on the second story, above the Court of Angels. You may enter through the
stairway or the beautifully appointed elevator.



Upon entering the club, a host or hostess will escort you to your table and answer any questions you may have.

Making the transition from the original club to the new, our friend the California Turkey Vulture
has found a new roost and has comfortably settled in. In keeping with Walt's original vision, he is
now animated and if you're fortunate, he may speak to you!

The club's original harpsichord remains part of the interior decor. The painting of
New Orleans Harbor has been carefully maintained and is visible when the lid is open.

Stained glass magnolia blossoms adorn the club.

Leslee Turnbull has masterfully created a beautiful series of murals within the club. Her artistic talent brings
the pieces to life with vivid color and stunning detail. On your next visit to the club, dedicate a few moments to enjoy
these beautiful pieces.


The entrance table used in the 1964 production of Walt Disney's Mary Poppins.
This table was part of the original club's decor and remains a favorite piece amongst cast members
and guests.

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