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New Club 33 menu revealed as Chef Andrew Sutton takes over in exclusive Disneyland restaurant

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The grand reopening of Club 33 is set for next week after months of renovation, offering a new look, new logo, and entirely new menu.

Chef Andrew Sutton is now in charge of Club 33’s menu. Sutton has successfully developed Disneyland menus for Napa Rose and Carthay Circle, now bringing his California-inspired touches to the exclusive New Orleans Square venue.

When it reopens, Club 33 will be more exclusive than ever, allowing members to make non-member reservations just 20 times per year, only 14 days in advance for Sun-Thurs and 3 days in advance for Friday and Saturday. The goal is to get more members into the club rather than filling it with their guests.

Membership dues are once again raising in 2015 – $14,400 for Platinum Memberships, $19,600 for Executive Memberships, and $6,300.00 for Affiliate Memberships.

The full new lunch and dinner menus for Club 33 have been revealed to members, reprinted in their entirety below.

Le Grand Salon – Lunch

Your choice of Three or Four Course Menu


Warm Blue Crab and Artichoke Gratin with Lemon Chervil Glasage
Grilled Quail with Figs and Summer Corn Velvet
Zucchini Blossom Stuffed with Mushrooms on Fresh Field Pea Coulis
Boudin Sausage and Pâté Maison with Apricot Mustard and Grilled Apricot


Heirloom Tomatoes Salad with Crispy Burrata Cheese and Green Tomato Gazpacho
Summer Garden Salad with Shaved Radishes, Baby Cucumbers and Maison Vinaigrette
Watermelon Salad with Southern Orange Crème Fraîche and Petit Greens

Seasonal Soup: Creole Summer Tomato Soup with a Mini-Muffuletta


Citrus Lobster Salad with Tender Greens, Cucumbers and Southern Orange Vinaigrette
Iron Seared Fish of the Day with a Poached Oyster, Leek and Potato Stew
Layered Ratatouille with Red Quinoa, Black-eyed Peas and Tomato Coulis
Breast of Chicken with Grilled Peaches, Toasted Pecans, and Collard Greens
Berkshire Pork Medallion Gratin with Southern Red Bean Ragu
Pan Roasted Angus Hanger Steak with Cabernet Jus and Tender Haricot Verts


Summer Peaches and Cream, Whipped Panna Cotta, and Meringue Chips
Warm Monkey Bread with Old Fashioned Vanilla Ice Cream with Candied Pecan Praline Liqueur
Sorbet Trio: Meyer Lemon Basil, Mango and Spiced Raspberry with Fresh Pineapple
Classic “Opera Cake” Manjari Chocolate, Coffee Liquor and Almond Cake with Caramel Crème

Le Grand Salon – Dinner

Your choice of Five or Six Course Menu

Club Signature Caviar $160 per oz.

First Course

“Lobster Rockefeller” with Crispy Oysters and Lemon Hollandaise
Salmon Carpaccio “Lafayette” with Southern Oranges, Purple Watercress and Pickled Peppers
Prime New York of Beef Seared Black and Blue with Tarragon-Roasted Garlic Purée
Sautéed Asparagus with Red Pepper Rémoulade and Asparagus Panna Cotta

Second Course

Summer Garden Salad with Shaved Radishes, Baby Cucumbers and Maison Vinaigrette Heirloom Tomatoes Salad with Crispy Burrata Cheese and Green Tomato Gazpacho
Grilled Peach Salad with Frisée, Watercress, Smoked Bacon and Pecan Vinaigrette

Soup: Summer Corn Broth, Green Tomato Relish, Andouille Sausage and Gulf Shrimp


  1. Jeff Lynch

    Mickey Shaped Salmonella Pasta?

    I about died when I read that, then realized I read it wrong.

  2. Ron D

    Yep it is what I expected and a sad day that it is no longer the classic menu but Chef Andrew’s California Foo Foo. The childrens menu is actually more appealing then any of the other choices. Sure gives me plenty of reason to NOT renew my 25 plus year membership and dine elsewhere. What happened to the CLub Classics-such as Beef Wellington, lamb, and the French cuisuine

    1. Ricky Brigante

      What you call “classics” others might call dated cuisine. In recent years, I was more impressed by Chef Sutton’s Carthay Circle menu than anything served at Club 33. Yes, it’s a change and those who had favorites at the club will be disappointed to not be able to get those anymore, but I personally welcome the new menu.

      1. Kyle

        I too like the look of the new menu. The previous menu was dated and full of starchy oily food that could be found at any other restaurant. I love the food at Carthay Circle and wish I had a membership to Club 33 now. Chicken breast with grilled peaches…yum.

      2. Nick Hronis

        A superbly prepared lamb chop and french cuisine is never out of style. The lamb chops when on the menu were some of the best in the southland, and they have been sorely missed since they were removed about a decade ago for a more “nouveau” cuisine.

  3. Chris

    I like tacos…

  4. Moonsmom

    Since I was just “riff raff” and able to get in through my company as a retiree, we had a good run since 1988. I hate to see it go, but everything always changes. I will always remember the great service and wonderful people who worked there. It had CLASS

  5. Julie

    The food is out of this world amazing. Before you knock it at least go try it. We’ve eaten in some amazing restaurants and this new menu was hands down one of the best we’ve ever had. Everything was cooked perfectly and portions were just right so you could enjoy every course. We didn’t taste anything we didn’t like.

  6. Brett

    A wonderful venue and world class menu choices. The service, presentation, and flavor of our dinner was fantastic. No disappointments. Just a wonderful overall experience.

    1. Jason

      I know this post is old,but Ron D must be absolutely nuts. Dine at one of Andrew Suttons restaurants and you’ll be blown away. California foo foo? You have no idea. 33 members DEMANDED Sutton because they reslized that 33 was not even close.


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