We’re excited to share City Works Eatery & Pour House has announced they will reopen at Disney Springs on June 10! This very new Disney Springs restaurant was open for only a little over a month before closing due to COVID-19.
Located on the West Side of Disney Springs, next to the NBA Experience, City Works has shared upon reopening they will debut new menu items and offer a canopy for outdoor dining.
This premier sports restaurant and bar was an instant hot spot for many reasons including their high-def TVs, 90 craft beers on taps, and a delicious menu which puts a twist on American classics.
To celebrate its reopening, City Works is “gettin’ cheesy” with new menu items as part of its limited menu featuring: Queso Dip that offers hot chorizo and pepper jack cheese to give it a subtle kick. Rigatoni with goat cheese to make it creamy and delicious. Gluten-free pasta is also available. Smoked Cheddar Mac is an adult version of classic mac and cheese, enhanced with bacon lardons and smoked cheddar cheese. Tex Mex Mac topped with crispy tortilla strips, providing a crunch to balance the creaminess of the dish.
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City Works offers 30-40% of its draft beer taps dedicated to local breweries and eight wines on draft. Guests can enjoy Happy Hour specials, including $2 off well drinks, local craft beers, glasses of wine and $7 bar bites Monday through Thursday 3-6 p.m. Rick and Roll Brunch will return on weekends soon.
In addition to the new menu items, City Works is constructing a new canopy over its outdoor dining area that will soon be available for guests who prefer dining outside.
City Works will also implement a number of safety measures upon reopening. This includes Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for all team members and increased cleaning protocols and precautions, including scheduled sanitizing of all shared surfaces every 30 minutes, required hand washing every 20-30 minutes and seating following social distancing guidelines. City Works has created a Shift Safety Manager position to ensure these protocols are being followed. Hand sanitizer stations also will be located throughout the restaurant for guests.
Beginning June 10, the restaurant is open for lunch and dinner Monday-Sunday from 11 a.m. – 10 p.m.