As adults we have all said it. Where is the beer and wine in Disneyland? Disneyland has a long standing rule that alcohol is prohibited from the parks and guests can get their kicks in Downtown Disney if they so much as please. But, there are a couple of venues that not only offer a conjured up cocktail but a meal for the nice little price tag of $15,000. Anyone want to go halfsies?
Not to be confused with Club 33, the uber swanky, members-only restaurant that is exclusive to a handful of guests, 21 Royal is virtually open to anyone. Well, if you got that type of cash lying around in your gold plated seat cushions. The location of the auspicious quarters is located directly about the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction. What does the steep price get you exactly? Unparalleled views of the park from the balcony, a seven course meal and of course some fine wine.
The restaurant itself holds the Disney charm that is equivalent to what you will find in a Prince’s castle. Pops of blues and gold automatically transform guests into a Disney haven. The photos displayed here on the site, I am sure, do not do justice to what is to be experienced behind these gold stained glass doors.
CLUB 33 – GUEST LONG IS ETERNITY
New Orleans Square also houses Club 33. This exclusive only club was envisioned by Walt as private quarters to entertain royalty, investors and basically everybody but us. Getting into the club is nearly impossible unless you know someone who knows someone who knows someone. Currently the waiting list not in the thousands but in years. Yes folks, we might as well turn into skeletons in the Pirates of the Caribbean before we have a chance to peruse the swanky quarters. Membership cost is at a cool $11,000 a year.
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