If Disneyland is the Happiest Place on Earth, then the members-only Club 33 is amusement park food-heaven. Tucked behind New Orleans Square, found behind a door with an ornate "33," is a dining room fit for a king, adorned with Napoleon inspired-décor. Choose from the ever-changing a la carte menu or the five-course vintner’s amuse-bouche menu. While this restaurant may be a delicious departure from typical theme park fare, it doesn’t come cheap. The annual membership, plus the $72 a head minimum, seems like the equivalent of buying every (deliciously cinnamon-y) churro in the park.