DisneyDose.com reported this weekend that a story they published last year regarding the exclusive Club 33 in Disneyland being opened in a limited way to the public has been updated and confirmed (sort of) by Disney Public Relations. Here is what they are reporting:
“The 21 Royal Street location will open as a private dining room requiring advanced reservations. Club 33 members will have priority to book the room, but in the future park guests may be able to make reservations. This space can seat to 16 people. Disney has confirmed that the Royal Courtyard construction is for this project and the Disney Dream Suite will not be impacted.
Disneyland has built a new dining room above New Orleans Square adjacent to the private membership Club 33. But, unlike the club, this new restaurant will be open to the general public. The currently unnamed restaurant will rival the award winning Napa Rose in the Grand Californian and the Victoria and Albert Restaurant in Walt Disney World. This is the first time that alcohol has been served outside of Club 33 in Disneyland during regular operating hours.”
The Royal Courtyard has been under construction for several months creating the new entrance to this restaurant. The dining room is reported to have views of New Orleans Square along with access to the Disney Dream Suite courtyard. The restaurant will share it’s kitchen with Club 33 and is reported to be opening as soon as January or February of 2016.
Club 33 members have received letters confirming this rumored new restaurant.