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Executive Chef
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Unique collectibles
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Interesting Stories

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Membership Information

Member Benefits

Expansion History


Wines & Spirits

Bartender Dr. Lee Williams

Dr. Lee's Blog Page

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Tokyo Japan

Prototype Pin Artwork

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A Poem by Martha O'Brien

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The following article was forwarded to Disney Insider subscribers on  March 9, 2005

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Disneyland's Luxe Hideaway
Club 33's luscious lunchtime dessert spread.
Club 33's luscious lunchtime dessert spread.

If you're a frequent visitor to Disneyland Park, you've probably walked by it a dozen times and never given it a glance. Or maybe you've heard rumors among Disney fans about a fabulous place hidden away somewhere in the park, a glamorous club where celebrities hobnob and delicious aromas fill the air.

Well, the rumors are true. Tucked away in New Orleans Square behind a tasteful but inconspicuous door, just next door to the Blue Bayou, is the entry to a little joint called Club 33. The waiting list for membership can take years and few are fortunate enough to open that door - but the Disney Insider goes everywhere, and we even brought back a perfectly decadent dessert recipe from Executive Chef Marcel St. Pierre for you to recreate at home, for a little personal touch of luxury.

Go to Disneyland's Luxe Hideaway: The Whole Story and get the recipe for Chef Marcel's White Godiva, Dark Chocolate Celebration dessert.
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