Disneyland Park to Serve Alcohol to Guests at New 21 Royal Street Upscale Restaurant

As soon as work wrapped up on the new Club 33 at Disneyland earlier this year, work began on a new establishment on the other side of the Club’s kitchen, located at 21 Royal Street in New Orleans Square. The location was originally intended to be part of Walt Disney’s apartment, but was most recently used as an executive dining room before the remodel.

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The restaurant is expected to be the first in Disneyland history to serve alcohol to non-Club 33 members. Andrew Sutton will be the executive chef for the restaurant in what will also be the first true upscale restaurant open to regular park guests in Disneyland Park’s 60 year history.

No official announcement has been made by Disney yet.

UPDATE: Disneyland has since responded to this story and has stated the space will be a new private dining space for executives and Club 33 members only.

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  1. i’m hoping it is similar to victoria and alberts, pre fixe meal for a set price to stand out from what the shared kitchen offers club 33

  2. Finally, a place for the 99%. They should open up club 33 to all! Disney is starting to get this right

  3. The premise of the story has changed and your update isn’t a minor footnote. In fact the update should be at the very beginning.

    Instead of being a valid story this is now click bait.

    Congratulations, you are now at the same level as dozens of other ‘fake’ Disney news sites!

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