News! Updated Cocktail Menu at Disneyland’s Club 33 Lounge

Greetings from the exclusive Club 33 in Disneyland!

Club 33 Sign

Club 33 Sign

With many thanks to my buddy Eric Chu of Chu’s Choices, we are excited to give you a glimpse of the new cocktail menu at Club 33 Lounge.

Club 33 Lounge Menu Cover

Club 33 Lounge Menu Cover

The sleek presentation includes specialty cocktails from a Vieux Carre to a traditional Mint Julep. I love these illustrations!

Club 33 Lounge Cocktail Menu

Club 33 Lounge Cocktail Menu

Non-alcoholic beverages feature coffee, tea, and agua as well as a few juices, gingerbeer, and root beer. Rounding out the list are three Signature Club 33 offerings.

Club 33 Lounge Beverage Menu

Club 33 Lounge Beverage Menu

Of course, it would be pretty much impossible to peek at the list and not enjoy one yourself. From the Signature Offerings Eric tried The Ruby, a refreshing glass of fresh grapefruit juice with elderflower essence and mint.

The Ruby

The Ruby

I don’t know about you, but I can sure think of worse ways to relax at Disneyland ;). Cheers from Club 33!

Which beverage would you like to try at the Club 33 Lounge? Please let us know with a comment!

Comments

  1. Brian says

    They really went above and beyond to include classic cocktails in their historic forms. kudos to them. So classy!

  2. Informant says

    While the menu you’ve reproduced contains many of the new beverages, the menu you call the new “lounge menu” is actually not . What you have reproduced is the cocktail menu that all diners, regardless of whether they are members or guests, order from in the main dining room.

    The new lounge menu is old school and an entirely different animal: it takes the form of a deep brown, leatherette book imprinted with “Hotel Marceline Bar Menu” in gold letters with an illustration of a carriage on its cover, which (purportedly – I’m always skeptical about certain legends) is a reproduction of a book found in a dusty bookcase stored where Le Salon Nouveau stands today. It contains many illustrated pages of cocktails (including several not listed on the main dining room menu and are purported to be from that very book the menu is based on) as well as an extensive list of cordials, spirits, and food offered in the lounge – most of which (though offered in the main dining room if asked for by name) are not included in the new cocktail menu for the main dining room (which is what is pictured). This is in keeping with the divergent experiences offered by the two Club 33 dining rooms; Le Grand Salon’s art nouveau motif is evident on the face of the menu you reproduced, while Le Salon Nouveaus casual, jazzy vibe is evident in the retro styling of its lounge menu.

    So while the menu you’ve shown does give you a glimpse of the contents of the menu, it’s the tip of an iceberg of what constitutes the REAL lounge menu.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *