A la carte.
Included in Disney Dining Plan
Yes (2 credits)
Tips & Fun Facts
your meal with a bottle from an award-winning wine list showcasing
the finest in Pacific Northwest regional vintages. wine list contains 131 selections exclusively from Washington State, Oregon and the Greater Pacific Northwest wineries. If you want to sample a few, take a tour across the Port Wine or Ice Wine selections.
location can accommodate most special dietary needs. Advance notice
may be required and cancellation fees may apply. Please indicate
any special dietary need at time of reservation booking.
Business Casual dress code:
Men: Khakis, slacks, jeans, dress shorts, collared shirts. Sport coats are optional.
Ladies: Capris, skirts, dresses, jeans, dress shorts.
Not permitted in dining room: Tank tops, swimwear, hats for gentleman, cut offs, or torn clothing. While T-shirts are now allowed, the policy remains that T-shirts with offensive language or graphics are not acceptable.
artwork in this restaurant pays tribute to painters who have
captured the spirit and beauty of the rugged landscapes of
the Pacific Northwest.
Advanced Dining Reservations
Reservations recommended. Book up to 180 days in advance (or up to 190 days for Disney Resort guests).
Call 407-WDW-DINE (407-939-3463)
A credit card guarantee is required to make reservations. In the event that a cancellation is not made at least one day in advance, the credit card on the reservation will be charged $10 per person. Reservations can be cancelled at any table service restaurant podium, by calling 407-WDW-CNCL, at www.disneyworld.com/dining, or at any guest relations or resort front desk.
Reviews & Ratings
Average Cost for full meal
$30 - $50 per person
Typical Menu Items
Mussels, veal, grilled beef tenderloin, scallops, buffalo sirloin
Most popular menu items
Cedar Plank Salmon.
Warm berry cobbler, seasonal fruit and a sugary crust served with vanilla ice
The Art of Artist Point
The largest portrait is from Thomas Moran and towers above our main room. Thomas Moran accompanied the Heyden expedition of Yellowstone. With the help of photographs and his on-site sketches, Moran painted many images of extraordinary natural features. Heyden subsequently showed Moran's painting to the Congressman he lobbied to see a law passed in 1872 creating Yellowstone as the first national park. Moran was noted for his larger-than-life interpretations of the West during the late 1800's. The mural in the main room is from the Green River area of Wyoming.
The five 6' by 6' murals on the walls over the booth areas were inspired by Albert Bierstadt works. In 1859, his lifetime's opportunity came when he asked to join General
Lander's expedition to survey a wagon route to the Pacific. This same route later became known as the Oregon Trail. Bierstadt spent the summer sketching in the Wind River Range and the Shoshone Indian country. In 1860, Bierstadt exhibited the first of his panoramic paintings from his Rocky Mountain sketches.