It also has a built in Power Source, for the Animatronic visitors.
Area's inside the ClubEdit
The Lobby has 7 doors, 6 of which are the portals to the various Disney Parks and Resorts, The 7th is the door to the outside of Toonspace. The Lobby also is the station of the servers, the Penguin Waiters from Mary Poppins (much like the clubs sister site, the House of Mouse).
The seating area faces directly opposite the stage, as the guests can watch the entertainment while dining.
The Stage is where the entertainment for the club is held, including comedy routines by various Toons, but foremost is the nightly performances of "Miss Clockwork, and the Cog-Men", who's musical style invokes that of a glamorous "1920's Jazz Orchestra".
The Bar area is much like any other Tavern's bar. It serves mostly Toon drinks, such as "Scented and Flavored Inks".
The lounge area is located in one of the corners of the main room. It is generally considered the most quiet section of the entire club.
The Conference RoomsEdit
There are several rooms down a hallway that lead to the 7 conference rooms. These are available for Toons if they want to have a meeting, or stage a lecture.
There are several rooms available for rent. Most of them keep in tune with the 1920's theming. The window views from the room look out onto the different worlds Toonspace.
- The Idea of the club stemmed from "The Ink and Paint Club", from the 1988 film "Who Framed Roger Rabbit".