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Dining at Club 33

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Picking up where we left off on Friday ...

Following our host, we move through Club 33's gallery space and lounge area. I pause for the briefest moment in front of the restaurant's souvenir case. Wondering whether I should spring for any Club 33 merchandise to commemorate my visit.


Photo by Jeff Lange

But my bride has no time for souvenirs. "Hurry up, Jeffrey," Flo says. "I'm hungry!" So I follow along behind her, past a luncheon buffet that's piled high with shrimp & lobster tail ...


Photo by Jeff Lange

While on the other side of the lounge area is a dessert display that's simply groaning with goodies.


Photo by Jeff Lange

These days, lunch at Club 33 is kind of a do-it-yourself affair. By that I mean: For a flat $55-per-person fee, you can make as many trips to the buffet as you'd like. Though there is an additional fee for beverages.


Photo by Jeff Lange

Now I know that that sounds pricey. And -- to be honest -- it is an awful lot to pay for lunch. Until you hear how much it costs to buy dinner at Club 33. And then you realize that you're really getting off easy.

Plus -- as part of that $55-per-person fee -- you're getting that amazing Club 33 service. Where your water glass never seems to get empty. Where your waiter seems to cater to your every whim.

Plus all the antiques & the artwork. Take -- for example -- this harpischord ...


Photo by Jeff Lange

Which has the skyline of New Orleans (circa 1850) painted on the inside of its lid.


Photo by Jeff Lange

Speaking of a waterfront view, let's step out onto one of Club 33's balconies and see what we can see of the Rivers of America. That's a gorgeous view, don't you think?


Photo by Jeff Lange

The only thing that would have made that view better was a glimpse of the Mark Twain. Oh, wait a minute. Here it is!


Photo by Jeff Lange

In painting form, of course. But it's still a beautiful boat, don't you think?

Speaking of paintings, be sure to come back to JHM later this week when I'll present the final installment of my Club 33 series. Which will point out some of the more memorable photos, sketches and antiques to be found in this restaurant.

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