Scat Cat’s Club | Port Orleans French Quarter | Disney World

Last Updated on: May 24th, 2024

Scat Cat’s Club (Disney World)

Scat Cat’s Club is a lounge located in Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter at Walt Disney World. The lounge is named after Scat Cat, a character from the classic Disney movie “The Aristocats.”

Scat Cat’s Club offers a cozy and intimate setting for guests to relax and enjoy live jazz music. The lounge serves a variety of cocktails, beer, wine, and non-alcoholic beverages, as well as appetizers and small plates. Some of the most popular items on the menu include the Cajun Onion Rings, the Muffuletta Flatbread, and the Crawfish Étouffée.

The lounge features a fun and playful design with Mardi Gras decor, including colorful masks and beads. It is open in the evenings and is a popular spot for guests looking for a relaxing evening with live entertainment and a festive atmosphere.

Scat Cat’s Club is also connected to the neighboring restaurant, the Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory, making it a convenient spot for guests to grab a drink before or after their meal. The lounge accepts both cash and credit cards.

Fun Facts

  • Scat Cat’s Club is a lounge and live music venue located at Disney’s Port Orleans French Quarter Resort in Disney World.
  • The lounge is themed as a traditional New Orleans jazz club, complete with live jazz performances, musical instruments, and vintage decor, creating a vibrant and festive atmosphere.
  • Guests can enjoy live jazz music performed by talented musicians, adding to the lively and authentic New Orleans experience of the venue.
  • Scat Cat’s Club offers a variety of specialty cocktails, beers, wines, and non-alcoholic beverages, making it a great place to relax and unwind while enjoying the music.
  • The lounge also serves a selection of appetizers and snacks, providing guests with a taste of New Orleans cuisine as they revel in the sounds of jazz and blues.

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