New Interior Concept Art, Full Menu for Artist Point Storybook Dining

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Starting December 16, 2018, Artist Point Restaurant will become a unique character dining experience each night with an opportunity to meet Snow White, The Queen, and other characters from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. We now have a look at the full menu and what exactly this new “world” will look like. As you can see, lanterns and trees will help create a forest-type atmosphere, allowing diners to truly feel like they are apart of Snow White’s world. This looks to be a transformation from the previous look of the restaurant.

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You’ll be able to get the meal started with crafted cocktails, mocktails, and a variety of beers in bottles and on draft. A wine list full of highly rated wines from Oregon and Washington State finishes off the menu. Adding to the fun are cocktails like The Smoking Mirror with Johnnie Walker Black, Wildberry, Lime, and Rosemary Smoke, and the Enchanted Apple with Skyy Citrus Vodka, DeKuyper Pucker Sour Apple, and White Cranberry Juice, as well as The Alchemy and Evil to the Core.

smoking mirror
The Smoking Mirror

The memorable dinner offers a choice of individual plated entrées, shared starters, and desserts.

The storybook-themed dining experience begins with shared appetizers including Hunter’s Pie, Winter Squash Bisque, and Wicked Shrimp Cocktail.

hunter's pie
Hunter’s Pie

Choose your entrée from a prix fixe menu. You can choose the Royal Prime Rib Roast, Brother’s Grimm Roasted Chicken, Magic Mirror Slow Braised Veal Shank, Seafood Stew and Bashful’s Butter Poached Snapper or go with the vegetarian option—A Stroll Through Nature—featuring butternut squash, arugula and gnocchi. Children can choose from a selection of kid-friendly items, including Royal Prime Rib Roast, Grilled Chicken, Princess Pasta and Vegetarian Steam Bun.

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Prime Rib

Looking for something sweet to end the meal? Complete the experience with a “Poison” Apple; Fairy Tale Gooseberry Pie; a sponge cake with chocolate gems and buttercream icing called Miner’s Treasures; and The Hunter’s Gift to the Queen, which features cracked maple popcorn with a ganache heart. Remember, the desserts are shared, so you don’t have to choose, you get one of each!

Poison apple
Poison Apple

We can’t wait to see this transformation first-hand and look forward to trying it out when it opens in December.

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  • I love Disney for FINALLY making a Snow White character dining experience. What I don’t love is the fact that you have to share the appetizers and desserts. If we (my mom and I) go, we’re spending over $110 to have dinner. We don’t want to share appetizers and desserts. It’s the same way at BOG breakfast – shared pastries for the table. Not a fan of this sharing crap, Disney. Bring back the non-prix fix menus and then we’ll talk.

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