Embark on a magical culinary journey at Disney World’s enchanting Storybook Dining at Artist Point with Snow White. Nestled within the rustic charm of Disney’s Wilderness Lodge, this immersive dining experience promises to transport guests into a fairy-tale realm filled with whimsy and delectable delights.
For those eager to combine the joy of meeting beloved Disney characters with a feast fit for royalty, Storybook Dining is the perfect destination.
Most character dining restaurants at Disney World are more on the pricey side. This is no exception. We visited for dinner and it was $65 per person not including specialty drinks. We did try some of the specialty drinks and we highly recommend the “A Brew of Peaches” if you want an alcoholic option or the “Transformation Potion” for a non-alcoholic option.
Be prepared to dine in the company of Snow White, the Evil Queen, Dopey, and Grumpy, all while savoring a delectable menu inspired by the enchanted forest. Most of these characters come around to the table. However, the Evil Queen does not. She has her own area and you walk up and interact with her near the end of your meal.
While you are with the Evil Queen there is a photo pass photographer who is taking pictures. So if you have photopass these are great to print off. If you don’t, you are able to take photos with your own phone and sometimes the character handlers will even help you take good photos.
LINK: Disney Quotes
The meal starts with some cute appetizers. One of the people in our party is allergic to shellfish and the restaurant was accommodating. They made sure to either make shellfish-friendly options or mark the ones that were not. If you want to see the full menu check it out on the Disney website.
We got the Royal Prime Rib Roast and the A Stroll through Nature for our main entrees. Both dishes were good, but we would recommend the Prime Rib and we will probably all get that next time. This was the best prime rib I think we’ve ever had.
Dessert came out on this cute tree and had everything from “poisoned” apples to caramel popcorn. Most of the desserts were delicious and we didn’t enjoy only a few of them as much as the others.
Other Things to Consider
Storybook Dining at Artist Point is a popular character dining experience. As one of the only places to meet the Evil Queen, there are a lot of adults and children. So if you want to avoid the crowds this is probably not a great option for you.
Seeing some of the characters can take longer than other restaurants. We almost left without seeing Dopey because we had well since finished eating before he came out to meet guests. Which led to another problem…
Since this restaurant is not at a Disney park, if you have a late reservation or you get done late getting back to your hotel using Disney transportation can be difficult. Due to us eating later and then having issues with the character timings we ended up having to Uber back to our All-Star resort.
Storybook Dining Conclusion
With its enchanting ambiance and character interactions, Storybook Dining is a must-visit for those seeking a truly magical dining experience in the heart of the Walt Disney World Resort. We will visit this restaurant again in the future and think you should check it out too!
Are you ready to book the Disney Vacation of a lifetime? Check out these deals: Disney Trip!