Reservations and menu details now available for Storybook Dining at Artist Point

Oct 04, 2018 in "Artist Point"

Storybook Dining at Artist Point food
Posted: Thursday October 4, 2018 7:49am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Reservations are now open for the new Storybook Dining at Artist Point in Disney's Wilderness Lodge Resort.

Starting December 16 2018, pricing is $55 for adults and $33 for children ages 3-9 (tax and gratuity not included). Each guest will receive one of each appetizer, their choice of entrée, and one of each dessert as well as their choice of non-alcoholic fountain beverage (alcoholic and non-alcoholic specialty beverages are not included).

Artist Point will continue to operate as a signature restaurant through November 10 2018, prior to the switch over to character dining.

According to Disney, "Storybook Dining at Artist Point will invite guests to venture into an Enchanted Forest-like setting inspired by Walt Disney’s “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.” There, you’ll enjoy a delicious meal of fantastic fare with visits from Snow White, Dopey and Grumpy. Delightful music and activities will help bring the classic fairytale to life, and you’ll even have an opportunity for an encounter with The Queen.

The seasonal themed menu combines classic dishes with playful presentation. You’ll begin with a selection of shared appetizers: Hunter’s Pie with chicken, black truffle, and stone fruit preserve; Winter Squash Bisque with caramel loli and granola served in an adorable black cauldron; Wicked Shrimp Cocktail with soy, miso, avocado, thai chili, and greens; and From the Garden, an array of fruits, vegetables, cheese, and create-your-own honey butter.

For the main entrées, you’ll have a choice of one of the many unique dishes such as the Royal Prime Rib Roast with horseradish mashed potato, hay-smoked carrots, popover, and jus as well as Magic Mirror Slow Braised Veal Shank with mashed celery root, wilted winter greens, and jus. Or if seafood is more your style, try the Seafood Stew with shrimp, bay scallops, mussels, tomato, and fennel.

The kids menu includes the same appetizers and desserts as the main menu and their choice of entrée. Kid’s entrées include the Princess Pasta (with your choice of red sauce or cheese sauce), the Vegetarian Steam Bun (with crip shiitake, hoisin, pickles, and cilantro), Royal Prime Rib Roast, and Grilled Chicken (both served with roasted potatoes and broccolini).

Shared desserts for the table include The Miner's Treasure - made up of sponge cake, chocolate gems, and buttercream icing and the Fairy Tale Gooseberry Pie with meringue. The “Poison” Apple is made of white chocolate apple mousse with a sour center. 

Cocktails on offer include the Enchanted Apple with citrus vodka, sour apple, and white cranberry juice or summon The Smoking Mirror with scotch, wildberry, lime, and rosemary smoke. There is also Evil to the Core with silver tequila, habanero, blackberry and orange juice. A variety of beers are also available along with a selection of highly-rated wines from Oregon and Washington State

For a full menu and to make reservations, visit the Walt Disney World Resort website or call (407) WDW-DINE (407 939-3463).

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Magenta PantherJan 04, 2019

I'm really happy to read such good reviews of this place. Even though I don't care much for character meals, I'll def check it out next time I'm in WDW!

PatchesleeJan 04, 2019

If this Huntsman shows up I'd pay up to $100pp :happy:

JohnByersJan 03, 2019

Guess I don't eat much Prime Rib as I thought my meal on 12/30 was phenomenal. The appetizers were great and the desserts phenomenal as well. The character interaction was much better than any experience I have had before. My wife and I traveled and dined with one of her best friends and her 5 year old daughter was was celebrating a birthday. Snow White danced with her for 2 minutes at one point, and the interaction with the Evil Queen was perhaps one of the best I've ever witnessed.

Gitson ShigglesJan 03, 2019

Just got back from dinner at Artist Point. Lots of flavor packed into the appetizers and desserts. Veal shank was decent. DW said the prime rib was buffet-quality. I’ll take her word for it. Character interaction was good and overall experience was unique. This is a “try it once”-type of place.

Kman101Dec 26, 2018

lol. No. It's not for you. That's cool. It's not the end of the world in terms of offerings.

networkproDec 26, 2018

Certainly not comparable, Artists Pointes' entrees were dreadful, while these look actually good and edible . The previous menu was at best a parody of PNW food in an almost always empty and dark restaurant.

MickeyCBDec 26, 2018

We just returned from Disney on the 21st and ate at Story Book Dining on the 20th. We are not foodies but enjoyed our meals. Of the appetizers the squash bisque and the hunter's pie were the favorites (even with the teenagers). My husband had the Royal Prime Rib that tasted marvelous but was fatty. Not sure if that was to be expected. I had the Brothers Grimm Chicken that was very good and my son had the Walk Through the Forest Pasta, and said it was incredibly good. The desserts were tasty and the presentation of the "heart" was very cool (pun intended)! The heart actually tasted excellent. The characters, like anywhere, sort of have to buzz through the room, but took all of the pics we asked for and grumpy signed my husbands hat. He also messed around with him a good bit I think because he was wearing a grumpy shirt. The Evil Queen played her role well and took a bunch of pics with us also. People were mostly dressed very casually, I saw a few people dressed up. We were on the DDP and since it is currently a 1 credit meal, was an excellent use of 1 point.

KYmickeyDec 25, 2018

Looks totally uninspiring and way overpriced! Certainly not comparable to the former Artist Point!

Little Green MenDec 25, 2018

Idk any Chuck E. Cheese with food and atmosphere like that...

Nubs70Dec 25, 2018

Wow.. it's a live action Chuck E Cheese

MisterPenguinDec 25, 2018

Man, everyone hates the smokey carrots...

Po'RichDec 21, 2018

I must be missing something. I only see three items on the menu with mushrooms (Hunter's Pie, Bashful's Butter-Poached Snapper, and the Vegetarian Steam Bun). Most of the items seem rather safe: Roasted Chicken, Rib Roast, Veal Shank. They even have basic pasta and Chicken Tenders for the kids. But I'm probably missing something. I'll know for more after my May trip. We have reservations . . . and I cannot abide mushrooms.

Kman101Dec 20, 2018

Solid points. I imagine if you like Snow White and the characters, and if the food looks appealing, it's a hit and "worth it". I imagine they go more bland for the food over time. I mean, mushrooms aren't that adventerous. I understand some just not liking them though. We all have our own tastes :) Pricing is a bit ridiculous at Disney. I've been hearing more and more complaints about how costly everything is and it really is. I mean, $70 for sweaters, $34 for a shirt ... everything's about $20-$30 more than it should be. But, you know "you pay for Disney" I guess ... lol

LSLSDec 20, 2018

Honestly it looks good to me. $55 could be worth it if you like certain items. My issue is I'm not sure there is any way I can justify $33 for a kid. Just not sure between the two prices I can justify going here over something at Disney Springs.