Scat Cat’s Club
When the ‘Hurricane’ cocktail is mentioned, New Orleans should come to mind. The Hurricane originated in New Orleans during World War II because of the whiskey shortage; rum was plentiful though, and it became the platform for a great number of fun and unique combinations. The lounge’s special Hurricanes are poured into a hurricane lamp shaded glass, which distinguishes the presentation, while tickling the palate with bountiful flavours.
Tom Casey became the resident musician at Scat Cat’s Club on 19 July 2013, performing a dynamic blend of piano and jazz vocals. Tom has previously performed at a variety of venues across Walt Disney World, including providing vacation cover for French Quarter’s previous resident musician, the multi-talented Elliot Dyson who was let go by Disney due to the recent lobby refurbishment work. Tom’s performances now take place four days a week on Friday through Monday at 8:30pm, 9:30pm and 10:30pm. There are no performances on Tuesdays, Wednesdays or Thursdays.
For regulars to the resort, Tom’s style is somewhat different from Elliot’s, it’s no longer a specific jazz theme but more of a piano-accompanied mix of rock/pop standards and guest requests. Tom has just set up a Facebook page, facebook/TomCaseyAtScatCats, so pop along there and ‘Like’ him to see his posts.
Large screen TV available for sports events/etc.
Disney’s “Tables in Wonderland” discount card is accepted at this location.
Opening Hours: 4pm — midnight
- Southern Hurricane — Southern Comfort, orange juice, pineapple juice and grenadine.
- Sassagoula Swamp Water — A blend of rum, gin, tequila and a secret touch that completes our most popular hurricane.
- The Banana Cabana — Bacardi Spiced Rum and Creme de Banana liquor with coconut and pineapple juice served frozen.