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Club Expansion
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Updated July 10th, 2014

History

History of the "33"

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Expanded Photo Tour

DCA Lounge

Dress Code

Your First Visit

Executive Chef
Andrew Sutton

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Lunch & Dinner


Children's Menu

Lilly Belle Parlor Car

360 View of Main Dining Room

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Related
Sites

Unique collectibles
& items for sale at The Club

Interesting Stories

Vintage Club Publications

Membership Information

Member Benefits

 

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

 

Carolwood.com

Disney Film Historian
J.B. Kaufman

Disney Animator
Floyd Norman

Disney Animator
Ron Dias

DaveLandWeb.com




 

Dress Code

 

In an effort to retain the high standards and an elegant ambiance, the club maintains a dress code. When you obtain your passes at Guest Relations, a small card will be given to you listing the following information:
(The following is taken verbatim from the official Club 33 'quick tips' sheet)

Club 33 Quick Tips

Cancellations

Due to the limited seating capacity, it is very important to arrive on time for your reservations.  If your Party arrives 30 minutes beyond the scheduled reservation time, their reservation may be subject to cancellation at the sole discretion of Club 33.

Dress Code

For lunch, Guests may come in fashionable casual attire in order to enjoy the Disneyland Resort in comfort.  However, no tank tops, cutoffs, swimsuits, bare midriffs, sweatpants, flip flops/sandals or beachwear may be worn.  Walking length shorts are acceptable.  Jeans are acceptable, provided that they cover undergarments completely and are not extremely faded or torn.

If Guests have been enjoying the day in Disneyland Park, evening casual attire is acceptable for dinner.  For gentlemen, collared shirts and slacks are appropriate, and for ladies an informal dress or pants with a blouse are appropriate.

 

(Update: The club is no longer accepting shorts of any type or style for dinner.)

Appropriate dress for children and young adults should be in keeping with standards set for adults. 

Alcohol

Alcohol service at Club 33 is a privilege.  Service of alcoholic beverages may be terminated at any time at the sole discretion of Club 33.

Smoking

Club 33 is a non-smoking establishment; including the balconies, stairways, etc.  For your convenience the closest smoking area is located at the dock in front of the Haunted Mansion.

Meal Charges

Club 33 maintains a minimum food charge equal to the full price of a regular adult one day one park admission ticket.

Proper Conduct

Guests must conduct themselves properly at all times while at Club 33.  Specifically, lewd conduct, inappropriate attire, solicitation of any kind and profanity shall not be permitted while on Club 33 premises.

The use of cellular telephones is prohibited in the dining areas of Club 33.  While in Club 33 dining areas, please place your cell phone on silent or vibrate.  When answering or placing a cell phone call, we ask that you go to the hallway so that your fellow Guests may continue to enjoy their dining experience.


 Please allow me to express my most humble opinion:

The club is a very special place. It is more than a restaurant, it's a piece of Disney history. With ties into Walt's creative imagination stretching from Anaheim to Hollywood and around the world, the club deserves to be held in high esteem. If you are going to dine in the afternoon, wear a comfortable pair of slacks and a nice sports coat. Perhaps a quality polo style golf shirt with collar. Ladies, something equally nice.

Evening dining justifies a nice suit or sport coat & slacks combination. Ladies, perhaps an evening dress or business-like attire to fit the occasion.