I've hears somewhat mixed reviews about the quality of the food but never heard anything but positives about the quality of service and atmosphere created.
It certainly would be an earner, though I'm sure the current club members wouldn't be too happy.
Out of curiosity, Robert (or anyone else)..what's the significance of the number 33?
Just to add, I think it would be nice if you could do a small tour of the club, even if it's not including the dining room. From what I've seen there's lots of interesting stuff in there that would certainly be worth seeing.
I would love to go there! Full of history!
Still, as a theme park fanatic, I'd pay the $50-$100 charge for a meal.
That said, if any member wants to invite me along as a guest, I'll pick up the tab for dinner... (HINT, HINT!)
Though fun, I tend to believe that a cigar is just a cigar and they picked the name because it sounded cool and was thematic and mysterious.
But thanks for Gaston's Tavern, probably the only tavern to not sell alcoholic products in the world (and not just the World).