First look at the D-Luxe Burger food coming to Disney Springs in May

Mar 22, 2016 in "D-Luxe Burger"

D-Luxe Burger food
Posted: Tuesday March 22, 2016 10:57am EDT by WDWMAGIC Staff

Gourmet burgers are coming to Disney Springs in May with the opening of D-Luxe Burger in the new Town Center.

Owned and operated by Disney, D-Luxe Burger will offer gourmet burgers, gelato milkshakes and macarons with seating both indoors and outdoors, with views of The Springs.

The burger line-up includes:

  • Classic Cheeseburger – Beef patty topped with cheddar, lettuce, tomato and pickle
  • Barbeque Classic Burger – Beef patty topped with a fried onion ring, smoked Gouda, bacon, barbeque sauce and lettuce
  • El Diablo Burger – Chorizo-and-signature-blend patty, fried banana peppers, pepper jack cheese, lettuce, tomato and chipotle mayonnaise
  • Southern Classic Burger – Beef patty, topped with fried-green tomato, pimento cheese, lettuce and bacon
  • Cluck Burger – Ground chicken patty, garlic herb sauce, avocado, lettuce and tomato
  • Veggie Burger – house-made patty topped with Tzatziki, green bean salad, lettuce and tomato

Gelato shakes with rotating flavors will be served including S'mores and Cake, Salted Caramel, Strawberry, Raspberry, Chocolate, Vanilla. Alcoholic versions with spirits will include Smoked Bourbon and Bear and Godiva Raspberry.

For dessert, a Red Velvet Burger Macaron that looks just like a mini burger.

The Town Center opens on May 15, with D-Luxe Burger expected to be amongst the first of the new locations to open.

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s8film40Feb 05, 2017

I tried this place recently. I'm usually pretty easy going and don't often have many complaints when it comes to food. I ordered the burger they suggested that it comes cooked medium and asked if that was okay. If I'm somewhere new I usually will go with recommendations from the staff. I realized after getting the burger that the quality of the meat was really far too low to be cooking it that way it seemed to have a much higher fat content than even a typical quick service burger. The result was that the bottom bun of my burger was completely brown and soggy with oil from the meat. It pretty much disintegrated as I tried to pick it up. It was just a huge mess and the burger itself tasted as though it was a little less fresh than most fast food burgers. I'm not opposed to eventually giving it a second chance but their burger definitely needs to be ordered well done to allow all that extra oil to cook off.

DisneyJayLFeb 05, 2017

Totally agree. Didn't get to sit down when we went but the food was great! Didn't know about the discount though.

Jones14Feb 05, 2017

We're late to the party, but we ate here for the first time yesterday and really enjoyed it. The pricing's comparable to the theme park quick service prices, but the food is much better. That's not to say the pricing is amazing, but I'd say D-Luxe is actually worth what they charge, as opposed to Backlot Express, Electric Umbrella, and Cosmic Ray's. There's a 20% AP discount, too. (Side note: the small fries are big enough to split between two people.)

livan126Aug 26, 2016

I've never eaten cardboard, so I can't answer that.

ford91exploderAug 26, 2016

Then why do they look and taste like cardboard ???

JohnWDAug 26, 2016

And if they came down $2, I'm sure someone will say they should come down $2 more! (Like me? ;)) I just think it's really nice that there is a great variety of places with a range of prices. I really like the street food and their prices too.

djkidkazAug 26, 2016

The burgers here are great but I find it to be a little too pricey. Especially with Blaze Pizza right across from it. The prices on everything need to come down by at least $2.

BaconAug 25, 2016

D-LUXE Sucks :hungover:

DisneyDreamer08Aug 25, 2016

Perfect thanks! Could be a good choice for us :)

Jon81ukAug 25, 2016

The burgers are not combo meals, so the entree is burger only. You can have fries or the macaron for "dessert" or some of the floats are also snack credits so can be the dessert element.

DisneyDreamer08Aug 25, 2016

Does anyone know how the QS dining plan works here? What is included?

71jasonJun 03, 2016

This. Regular height barstools (not particularly comfortable ones at that) at a child-height bar. My knees were higher than my food.

Texas84Jun 03, 2016

You can see those tractor chairs on the left next to a wooden shelf. Fun to look at but they are too high and the shelf is too low. And they hurt! :) This was the only option on my trip. Even outside was full.

disney4life2008Jun 03, 2016

YES!!!! I am more comfortable in those seats and I appreciate the toppings bar. My problem is that what most people find appealing I do not. I am very simple.