We have news today of a brand new private dining venue that will soon be available to Club 33 members at Disneyland. But even bigger news — the spot may eventually be available to the public as well!
21 Royal Street, adjacent to the members-only Club 33, is set to open in 2015. The space takes its name from another address in New Orleans Square.
The first rumblings that we heard about 21 Royal Street claimed that it would be a restaurant. However, Disney has notified Club 33 members via letter that the space will be used for private dining functions, and will be able to accommodate private parties for up to 16 guests.
At this point, speculation is rampant about the menu and whether or not alcohol will be served in 21 Royal Street. Clearly, if the space is simply a private dining extension of Club 33, it would make sense that the menu — both food and drink — would be similar. And it’s likely that Chef Andrew Sutton will be in charge of the menu for events, since he’s now at the helm of Club 33.
The space will be available for booking by Club 33 members, who will receive preference; but it may also be available for booking by the general public.
Because this is a developing story, you can be sure that we’ll be keeping our ears and eyes open to bring you more information. Stay tuned to DFB for more news as we receive it!
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