In the news and my experiences.
The newest dining experience at Disney World is Storybook Dining at Artist Point. This is located at Wilderness Lodge Resort. Even if you are not staying at this wonderful resort you can still visit for dinner. (then take the ferry over to Magic Kingdom) . If you have the Disney Dining plan this is a 1 table service credit meal. It was fantastic! Why you ask. Well for multiple reasons. First the decor is adorable. It is like stepping into the enchanted forest. The table have lazy susans that look like giant leaves. This is where your appetizer selections will be place. My favorite was the butternut squash soup served in a tiny black cauldron and topped with a tiny toasted marshmallow. Your menu options for your main coarse have something for everyone. We had the Royal Prime Rib and the Magic Mirror Slow-braised Veal Shank both were wonderful ! ( we ate way too much!) . They also have a selection of themed cocktails to choose from if you would like. I had a the Enchanted Apple. During your meal Snow White will come to visit your table . She is happy to sign autographs and take photos. Before we Snow White paid us a visit Dopey came by to say hi! We took a bunch of photos and then he scooted off to take part in the Happy Dance. ( a short little song and dance) . Then Grumpy came by . We teased him a bit about needing some sugar to lift his spirits and took a bunch of photos with him. Then it was on to desert! We were brought 3 deserts that were placed on the leaves as well. So yummy! Then something exciting happened. Our server brought us a wooden box that she said was compliments of the queen. She opened the box that had magical smoke wafting out of it (dry ice) in this box were two red chocolate ganache hearts. On your way out after your meal you will have the opportunity to meet the queen (she prefers not to be called the Evil Queen). There is a photopass photographer to take your photos . This is wonderful in case there are little one that are a bit put off by her as she does not visit tables. All in all it was a wonderful dining experience!