The exclusive members-only restaurant, Club 33, in Disneyland’s New Orleans Square will undergo a major expansion in 2014. Disneyland recently announced that Club 33 members will be able to book reservations until January 5, 2014. Now that members have been given access to a Preview Center, we have more details to share!
Led by Imagineer Kim Irvine, Walt’s original vision for the space will be incorporated with new design elements. Changes will include the relocation of the Club’s iconic entrance (the famous door will stay but not be used), foyer, and Parisian elevator.
What does this mean for non-members? The beautiful Court of Angels will no longer be accessible to park guests!
The historical Trophy Room will become the restaurant’s kitchen as it currently uses the backstage facilities at the Blue Bayou.
During the renovation, the main dining room’sfireplace will be removed in order for a window to be placed in its location. New chairs and china are in the works! Old items will be auctioned to Club 33 members!! Upstairs, a guest lounge with a bar will be added.
Oh, and those famous throne seats will remain, although the restrooms will be relocated!
Of course, Club 33 members can expect menu changes as well when the restaurant re-opens in summer 2014.
Club 33 in Walt Disney World?
Stitch Kingdom is reporting that Disney has registered new domain names for Club 33 — CLUB33DISNEYWORLD.COM and CLUB33WALTDISNEYWORLD.COM — making us wonder about the exclusive club’s expansion to Walt Disney World…
What are your thoughts on the Club 33 expansion in Disneyland? Do you think we’ll see Club 33 expand to Walt Disney World?