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Review of The Latin Dog at B.B. Wolf’s Sausage Co. at Disney Springs

What can further enhance an afternoon at Disney Springs ? A visit to B.B. Wolf’s Sausage Co. for hot dog. Located at Disney Springs Market Place, B.B. Wolf’s is a gourmet kiosk that serves up artisan sausages and hot dogs each with a wide array of toppings. They have several signature dogs including Greek, Italian, and Latin styles. I went for the Latin.

Don’t quote me on this but I belive a round trip walk around Disney Springs is somewhere around the 2 mile mark. This is not including walking in and out of the shops and attractions. So I was definitely ready to take a seat and chomp down on that juicy dog. Unfortunately because B.B Wolf’s is a kiosk there is not a large dining area available. To be exact there were four tables in front of which of course were all occupied. Luckily there are many other seating areas scattered through out Disney Springs.

Like anything Latin this wiener looked scrumptious as hell. A beautiful work of art almost not worthy of my touch. But I did it, I wrapped my hands around the Latin wiener, took my first bite and it was amor.

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22 thoughts on “Review of The Latin Dog at B.B. Wolf’s Sausage Co. at Disney Springs”

  • I really wanted to like this place. The Yelp reviews looked so amazing so today and since I wasn t very full from the lunch I brought from home I decided to try this place out. The shop itself is quite small like two tables small. It was clean and looked nice as it had a lot of natural lighting. The menu is pretty straightforward as you pick the meat and essentially what toppings. I decided to go with the original to get the flavor down. My food came out fast and looked great until the first bite. My bread was slightly burnt, but I hate complaining unless the food is really intolerable. Now halfway through I was already over this hotdog. Through the hotdog itself was juicy, it didn t have a lot of flavor. The mayo lettuce, and guac didn t add a lot of flavor either. Though the texture of slightly burnt semi toasted bread and crisp lettuce balanced the sauces and dog. It overall didn t work for me. And for $8 it was a bit too expensive for a hotdog for me. Sorry.

    • I agree that definitely is an expensive eat. I was pretty happy with my choice of the Latin Dog but I could see some one who is into a more traditional dog not liking this one.