Updated Menu Coming to Story Book Dining at Artist Point Upon Reopening
As announced earlier today, Story Book Dining at Artist Point will be reopening on December 16. This dining experience at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge is inspired by “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” with some of the film’s characters walking around for photos. The Story Book Dining prix fixe menu has been updated on the Walt Disney World website, with everything from simple name changes to new dishes.
The Hunter’s Terrine has been replaced with Hunter’s Pie with turkey, chicken, black truffle, cranberry preserve, and crispy sauerkraut.
The Mushroom Bisque has been renamed Wild Mushroom Bisque.
For the Magic Mirror’s Slow-braised Pork Shank, guests will now be served horseradish-mashed potato instead of celery root mashed potato.
“Cottage” Beef Stew has been renamed “Cottage” Beef Stroganoff.
The Brother’s Grimm Roasted Chicken is now the Brother’s Grimm Herb Chicken, with cauliflower puree, roasted vegetables, and chicken jus.
The Sorceress Spell of Land and Sea has been removed in favor of a new plant-based dish. The Sorceress Spell of “Tricken” Chicken will have herb-crushed potatoes, snap peas, and vegetable jus.
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The desserts are mostly the same. The only difference is with the Miner’s Treasures, which will include cookies ‘n’ cream panna cotta instead of berry panna cotta.
The non-alcoholic Wishing Apple Punch has dropped from $7 to $5 and will no longer include a souvenir glow cube. Guests can add the glow cube for $3.79.
The Antidote has dropped from $14 to $13, The Smoking Mirror has increased from $13 to $14, and Cigar City Jai Alai IPA is now $9.75.
A Brew of Peaches ($13) will be made with Jim Beam Black extra-aged bourbon instead of Buffalo Trace bourbon. Finally, Alchemy ($14) will be made with Tanqueray Gin instead of Uncle Val’s Gin.