Krista Miranda

By Krista Miranda

LifeBuzz Staff

The Hardest Restaurants In The World To Get A Reservation.

#6. Club 33, Anaheim

The infamously secretive Club 33 can be found in the New Orleans Square Section of Disney. Club 33, which opened its doors in 1967, has an initiation fee of $25,000-$50,000. There are also annual dues that members must pay, which can add up to $30,000 a year. But just because you have the money, it doesn't mean that you're going to get right in because there's actually a 10-year waiting list to join the exclusive club. Once you're accepted into the only part of Disney that serves alcohol, you'll be served a five-course dinner, which starts with an $18 caviar appetizer.

#7. Sushi Dai, Tokyo

Sushi Dai in Tokyo, Japan is one of the most visited sushi places in all of Tokyo. Even though there is typically more than a 4 1/2 hour wait, patrons are more than willing to accept their fate for a taste of Sushi Dai's world-renowned sushi. Considering that there are only eight seats available, sushi lovers are more than happy to wait in line for Sushi Dai's reasonably priced sushi.

#8. Trois Mex, Los Angeles

Trois Mec can be found Los Angeles, California, but you have to make sure to pay attention to your surroundings because it's not the easiest thing to find. The only sign that remains on the restaurant is a yellow sign for Raffalo's Pizza, but don't let that deter you from dining at this exclusive restaurant. There's one thing to remember before you enjoy their five to the six-course meal: don't be surprised if you eat something that doesn't seem to go well together. This is because the chef is always trying new dishes and enjoys experimenting with his guests. But if you're okay with being surprised, then you should definitely check out this restaurant, which typically costs around $100 per person.

Trois Mex, Los Angeles

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#9. Lazy Bear, San Francisco

If you're the type of person that enjoys meeting new people and learning new things, then you should head to the Lazy Bear restaurant in San Francisco, California. Lazy Bear, which opened in 2009, allows guests to enjoy a communal dining experience with strangers while they take notes from the chef. When patrons first arrive, they'll head to the upper floor of the warehouse to enjoy drinks and appetizers. Once they finish, they'll go back downstairs to eat their meal, which changes every month according to the season and availability. Tickets for a Lazy Bear dinner go on sale a month ahead of time, so make sure you lock in your reservation for one of their two dinner seatings well in advance.

Lazy Bear, San Francisco

#10. The Polo Bar, NYC

Unless you're a flexible person, or you're willing to wait a month to get in, The Polo Bar in New York City is not for you. Owned by American fashion designer Ralph Lauren, The Polo Bar is one of the most exclusively strict bars in all of New York. Patrons wanting to enjoy a pre-dinner cocktail, Polo Bar burger, or a real hot dog, better think ahead of time because unless you're on the list, you're not getting in.

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