Once exclusive Disneyland restaurant now open for reservations

21 Royal Street, an opulent restaurant in Disneyland's New Orleans Square that was once only open to Club 33 members and the elite, is now booking reservations for anyone who can afford it. The restaurant opened in September of 2015 and is located above Pirates of the Caribbean, between the Dream Suite and Club 33, in a space that was once meant to be part of a larger, in-park living space for the Disney family. The restaurant was initially available to Club 33 members and corporate guests exclusively, but as the newness wore off, Disney found the need to open up the experience to everyone and did so quietly last year. 21-royal-dinner-02 The Robb Report recently got a look at 21 Royal Street and the dining experience that you can now enjoy...if you can afford it.  The $15,000 price tag includes a custom seven-course meal for a party of 12, tax, gratuity, valet parking, and park admission. The meal from Disneyland Resort Executive Chef Andrew Sutton is intended to be an updated version of a dinner party that Walt Disney and his wife Lillian would have attended, with the freshest and finest ingredients available. 21-royal-dinner-01 After dinner, you and your guests can head out to the balcony for coffee and dessert where you might be able to enjoy a view of one of Disneyland Park's nighttime spectaculars. If you would like to book a dinner party at 21 Royal Street, contact their concierge at (714) 300-7749. Sources: Robb Report, 21 Royal Street | Photos: Robb Report