Opening date and menu items revealed for Aristocrepes and B.B. Wolf’s Sausage Co. at Disney Springs

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We have previously shared with you that two new food kiosks featuring a Disney theme were coming to Disney Springs. The Disney Parks Blog just released the opening date for both Aristocrepes and B.B. Wolf’s Sausage and an additional new food kiosk: The Daily Poutine.

The Daily Poutine and B.B. Wolf’s Sausage Co. will open with Disney Springs Town Center on May 15, and Aristocrepes will open May 22.

So what can we expect to see on the menu of these wonderful kiosks?

At Aristocrepes you will be able to grab a savory crepe—beef with horseradish cream, red onion, baby spinach and sharp Cheddar; vegetarian with pickled beets, goat cheese, candied pecans and baby greens; turkey with Brie, dried cranberries and Dijon spread; or smoked salmon with cream cheese, capers, onion and “everything bagel” topping.

Or go sweet with a s’mores crepe with marshmallow cream, chocolate sauce and graham cracker crumbs; banana with Nutella and salted caramel; Key lime cheesecake with white chocolate and chiffon crouton; or strawberries Romanoff with Chantilly cream and strawberries.

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B.B. Wolf’s Sausage Co. will feature artisan sausages—The Three Little Pigs features a trio of sausages each with different toppings: Reuben, bacon-wrapped with black bean salsa and chili cheese; Portuguese sausage with pickled vegetable slaw and chili mustard; sweet hot sausage with peppers, onions and marinara; Bavarian sausage sandwich with a mini-meterwurst, braised red cabbage and spicy brown mustard on a pretzel roll; and Italian veggie sausage with peppers, onions and marinara. Cool off with a draft beer or fountain soda.

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And finally the The Daily Poutine brings the Canadian classic to Disney Springs with four varieties of toppings on hot, thick-cut French fries—Classic, with beef poutine gravy and Cheddar cheese curds; Latin with fried yucca, black beans, pulled pork and queso fresco; Italian with Bocconcino mozzarella and Bolognese sauce; and French with mushroom cream sauce and Gruyere cheese. Pair them with a draft beer, sangria, lemonade or fountain soda.

Which food kiosk are you dying to visit first?

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