Getting into Disneyland's famed private restaurant Club 33 is notoriously difficult; only club members and their invited guests can get into the building, and they must have a reservation. If those two hurdles have been cleared, guests will need to first find the building, which is discreet and hidden in plain sight above the Pirates of the Caribbean ride in New Orleans Square, with no sign marking the entrance other than an address plate with the number 33. Members and guests must then find the hidden intercom buzzer in order to request that the door be unlocked.
Club 33 was originally developed as a private dining space within the Disneyland park, giving politicians, celebrities, investors and other VIP park visitors a place to dine and relax away from the crowd of other park visitors. The club is not open to the public, and membership itself is difficult to secure. Membership fees are quite expensive, and there's also typically a multi-year waiting list that one has to wait out before being welcomed as a Club 33 member. Some members of the public may be able to gain access to Club 33's lobby as part of an official Disneyland tour.