Located in Disney Springs at the edge of the causeway bridge across from the Lego store is a fantastically themed kiosk serving a variety of scrumptious sausages! Once again, "The Story" of Disney Springs shines. This building was once the Bridgemaster's house. It's in a prime location for regulating the ships that came into Disney Springs. Now, it's being used by the Big Bad Wolf for less noble (yet very delicious) purposes. There's a little dark sense of humor afoot at Disney Springs. However, if you recall the original Three Little Pigs animation in Disney's Silly Symphonies, it's very much a nod to the original. CLICK HERE TO WATCH. Notice the framed picture of "father," on the wall at time stamp 5:50. So, enjoy some of B.B. Wolf's Sausage without guilt and with Walt's approval!
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The FoodAlthough I did have a favorite, every single sausage that I tasted was phenomenal. It's rare that I have a clean sweep of liking everything on a menu, but I did at B.B. Wolf's. I don't think that you can go wrong with any choice. Narrowing it down to just one is the problem! Bonus: All sandwiches are served with house-made pickles that provide a bit of crisp, fresh, zip to balance out the richness of the sausage.
For those with gluten sensitivity, all of the sausages, with the exception of the vegetarian option, are gluten free. (Note: All items are cooked in the same area due to the limited size of the location.)
Sausages are 6 oz. portions. That's nearly half a pound. They are definitely a great value for a meal while visiting Disney Springs.
A flight of slider-style sausages (but you may mix and match toppings to your liking). All are made with mild regensberger sausage and served on buttery, toasted, light, sweet, mini rolls. The reuben includes sauerkraut, corned beef, and thousand island dressing. Then there's the bacon wrapped sausage because WHY wouldn't you?? It's topped with a mild black bean salsa and lime sour cream. Finally, a more traditional chili-cheese version similar to the classic hot dog toppings, but with the addition of some corn chip crunch. YUM! Note: If you prefer less-than-daring food, requesting the 3 Little Pigs Sampler without toppings would be the perfect soft-buttery-roll-wrapped-mini-hot-dog meal.
Portuguese Sausage ($9.39). Pickled Vegetable Slaw and Chili-Mustard.
This is a traditional pork sausage with the addition of a fair amount of garlic, but not at all overwhelming. The grainy mustard is mixed with a bit of siracha for a slight kick. I really enjoyed the flavor combination with the fresh slaw. It also had a fabulous "snap" of the casing when biting into it that is the mark of a fantastic quality sausage in my book!
Sweet Hot Sausage ($8.99). Peppers, Onions, Marinara.
I'm originally a Pittsburgh girl and this one reminds me of home and the county fair. It's the traditional flavors of a great Italian sausage sandwich!
Bavarian Sausage Sandwich ($9.39). Mini Meterwurst, Braised Red Cabbage, and Sweet Mustard on a Pretzel Roll.
Inspired by the long, coiled sausages of Germany, this is what I consider the most authentic of the sausage offerings and MY FAVORITE! It is topped with braised cabbage and apples and nestled in the most delicious pretzel roll I have ever tasted. I usually expect pretzel bread to be dense and heavy. This was light and sweet with just the perfect amount of chew from the outer edge of the bread. I would buy just the roll for breakfast or a snack if they sold them individually!
Italian Veggie Sausage ($8.49). Peppers, Onions, and Marinara.
This is NOT a tofu sausage. It is made from a blend of eggplant, onions, red bell pepper, wheat gluten, and traditional Italian-style sausage seasonings such as fennel seed. The flavor and texture are both excellent and I'd dare any meat-lover to try it. Fantastic option for vegetarians and carnivores alike.
The DecorThe kiosk is a free standing building with a walk-up window. But, look around for the details. On top of the roof sits a huffing and puffing Big Bad Wolf weathervane. A lovely touch!
For seating, there are some high tables to stand at, a few benches, and a small area of brick planters with a wide ledge that may be used as seating. I would love to see a few umbrella tables in this general area. Time will tell.
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*B.B. Wolf's Sausage Co. is handicapped accessible.
*Disney Dining Plan quick-service credits are accepted. No desserts are available. Two non-alcoholic beverages are provided for each credit.
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