B.B. Wolf’s Sausage Co. at Disney Springs has been our go-to spot for gussied-up wieners ever since they opened. Over the years, we’ve seen a number of specialty dogs come and go, but today, the entire menu got a revamp. Gone are the Latin and Greek dogs, replaced by a Hawaiian Island dog, a Texas Chili-Cheese dog, and a New York Pastrami Reuben dog. Even more changes to the menu manifested, so we decided to investigate.
Here’s the full new menu at B.B. Wolf’s Sausage Co. All entrees are served with a bag of Lay’s chips.
And here’s the full spread! We didn’t get the Italian Sausage because that’s the one holdover from the old menu.
Three Little Pigs – $13.99
The Three Little Pigs platter is essentially a sampler of the three main specialty dogs available. All three can be ordered full-sized. Miniature versions of the dogs (half foot-longs on rolls) are served side-by-side, but piled just as high with toppings.
Hawaiian Island Dog
Pineapple on hot dogs is just as divisive as pineapple on pizza. We weren’t sure how we felt about this dog with its grilled pineapple salsa and teriyaki sauce. The menu did mention that this included spam, but we didn’t notice any. It’s probably more prevalent in the foot-long version.
Texas Chili-Cheese Dog
This chili-cheese dog is topped with chili, cheddar, and corn chips. We really enjoyed the chili on it as it added a nice spice to the dog, contrasted by the salty crunch from the corn chips.
New York Pastrami Reuben Dog
The pastrami reuben includes shaved pastrami, sauerkraut, and Russian dressing. Well, the sauce on the Reuben dog is amazing. It’s spicy with a great kick to it as well.
Lamb Sausage – $11.49
The lamb sausage brings tomato chutney, yogurt sauce, and arugula on pita bread.
The arugula lended some freshness to an otherwise heavy meal.
The lamb sausage turned out to be a favorite. The yogurt sauce, paired with the soft warm pita was a winner.
Bratwurst Sausage – $11.29
Here we have the classic bratwurst sausage, topped with sauerkraut and German mustard on a pretzel roll.
Unlike some of the pretzel rolls we’ve encountered throughout Walt Disney World, the bun was incredibly soft.
While the bratwurst was good, the sauerkraut was somewhat overpowering. This was our least favorite of all the dogs. It was kind of bland, and hard to eat without utensils. The mustard was a bit crazy on this one, too.
Vegetarian Bratwurst Sausage – $11.29
Here we have the vegetarian version of the bratwurst, with a Field Roast sausage in place of a meat bratwurst.
This was actually the sleeper hit of the bunch.
Even meat eaters found this brat to be superior to its meaty counterpart. This was so flavorful. The flavors of the plant-based sausage here mingled perfectly with the sauerkraut and mustard, even with there being a tad too much mustard here as well. This was another favorite.
Frozen Sweet Tea – $4.99
We got some frozen sweet tea to wash it all down with. This was so good, and perfectly sweet. They also offer this as a layered Arnold Palmer (iced tea and lemonade.)
If adventurous hot dogs aren’t your thing, or you’re more in the mood for dessert, B.B. Wolf’s still offers an amazing Maple Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough.
What do you think of the new revamped B.B. Wolf’s Sausage Co. menu? We’re salivating like the Big Bad Wolf right now.