B.B. Wolf’s Sausage Co.
So Disney Springs is home to many quality sit-down restaurants running the culinary gamut from seafood to pizza to BBQ to Latin to Asian. But sometimes – sometimes you just want to grab something without too much hassle.
There are a lot of options for that as well, and one that has consistently made me happy is B.B. Wolf’s Sausage Company.
Located right around the border of Town Center and the Martketplace, B.B Wolf’s has a pretty straightforward menu – they sell foo-foo hot dogs. They won’t tell you that. They’ll tell you that they sell gourmet, artisan sausages, but let’s cut through all that BS. They sell fancy-ass hot dogs.
And there’s not a thing wrong with that, because they’re OUTSTANDING fancy-ass hot dogs. Somehow, we’ve managed to eat here three times. There are easily a dozen other places within walking distance I want to try out, but we keep getting sucked back to B.B. Wolf’s instead. What can I say? I loves me a fancy-ass hot dog.
We’ll start off with the Greek Dog. What you get is an all-beef hot dog layered into a pretty fantastic bun with gyro meat, Tzaziki sauce, cucumber, tomato, feta cheese, and some kinda fancy spring mix. It’s AMAZING.
They’ve also got a pretty fantastic Latin Dog. This one is topped with Queso Fundido (a mix of cheese and chorizo) and corn salsa. then drizzled with Chipotle mayo. It’s a regular explosion of flavor.
If you’re having trouble deciding, they got your back. The 3 Little Pigs Trio provides you with smaller portions of their Greek, Latin, and Italian dogs. It’s a massive mess, especially if you intend to share, but you won’t be disappointed in the flavors.
Look, I’ve always been a hot dog junkie. I don’t care if it’s a fancy-ass hot dog, a dirty-water weiner from a street vendor, or those insane things they sell at Costco. Perhaps my opinion on this is going to be a little skewed because they’re literally taking things I already really like and combining them (I mean come on – a hot dog with gyro meat on it is like getting your peanut butter in my chocolate). But here’s the thing – it’s not just me. Karen really digs the hell out of this place as well, and she is certainly no hot dog snob (seriously, she puts ketchup on her hot dog in public). So they’re definitely doing something right here.
The prices here are about comparable to what you should expect on Disney property. A dog and a drink will run you around $13. But that’ll be thirteen bucks well spent.
Finally, I must confess that it took me a while to understand the name of the place. That’s some dark shit, Disney.