For the main course, Jeff had the Braised Chateaubriand Medallions, and I had the Filet of Chateubriand, and substituted mashed potatoes for the original side. The portions are quite generous, as you can see by my steak (which at first glance looks more like a giant potato). The meat was quite tender, though I've had filets elsewhere that practically melted in my mouth (Le Cellier at Epcot used to have a mushroom-stuffed steak that was amazing). The Chateubriand is my go-to meal at Club 33, I've only once had something else, and that was during the Golden Horsehoe meet when we didn't order off the menu. That first meal also was during lunch, when there is a fantastic dessert bar.
We enjoy watching Fantasmic from the balcony. The view is blocked by trees – more in some areas than others, but it's a great place to watch with some privacy.
The previous visit, we'd had a dessert called a "Chocolate Bomb" (exquisite, but very heavy!). This time I thought I'd go with something just a little lighter and found the perfect dessert which celebrated the World of Color:
Wrapped chocolates to finish the meal:
There is a plethora of artwork and displays in Club 33. More than the food, I enjoy the atmosphere of the restaurant. I didn't know until recently that Walt Disney never had the opportunity to see Club 33 finished.
I enjoy the view of New Orleans Square from the windows of Club 33:
There is a display case of Club 33 merchandise for sale. The items change regularly – so if you see something you want while there, definitely pick it up! This last visit we didn't purchase anything, but I have a set of Club 33 Mickey ears and a few other items from past trips.
I really like the artwork on the piano, and there is so much to see as you look around this room: