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Thursday, March 17, 2016

New Disney character-inspired food kiosks coming to Disney Springs

Posted By on Thu, Mar 17, 2016 at 11:46 AM

click image PHOTO VIA INSIDE THE MAGIC
  • Photo via Inside the Magic
There will soon be two new additions to the dining options at Disney Springs.

According to Disney-themed blog Inside the Magic, two new food kiosks have popped up in the Marketplace section of Disney Springs, both of them inspired by iconic Disney characters.



B.B. Wolf's Sausage Co., based off the nemesis from the classic Disney short The Three Little Pigs, is the inspiration behind one of the kiosks. It is located across from the T-REX restaurant.

Attractions Magazine reports that the kiosk will be serving up gourmet weiners. 

click image PHOTO VIA INSIDE THE MAGIC
  • Photo via Inside the Magic
The other kiosk, AristoCrepes is based off the three kittens from Disney's talking cat movie, The Aristocats and it located near the Rainforest Cafe. Attractions reports that it will be serving up the sweet French pancakes. 

Disney has yet to announce an opening date for either kiosk. 
click image PHOTO VIA INSIDE THE MAGIC
  • Photo via Inside the Magic

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