Rumors have been confirmed that the Carthay Circle Restaurant — being built at Disney California Adventure to replace the water fountain and scientifically precise model of the sun that once stood at the end of the entrance street — will contain a secret club on a secret second floor. This club, similar to Disneyland’s Club 33, will be a California-themed private venue called Route 66.
The club will feature gourmet food, a “Golden Gate” entry staircase, a telephone booth and memorabilia from the movie Condorman, and a dining room themed to California-native Richard Nixon, complete with microphones in the chandeliers so that behind-the-scenes cast members can record and respond to any guest request at a moment’s notice. One special touch will be a ladies-room commode fashioned from palm fronds.
Membership is already full and the waiting list extends several years into the future, so if you are massively wealthy and interested, you’d best contact DCA management immediately to have your name added. Note that, in keeping with its California theme, Route 66 membership fees are payable only in gold nuggets.