Top Reasons You’ll Love City Works Eatery & Pour House at Walt Disney World

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Looking for the perfect sports bar in Walt Disney World?  Look no further!  City Works Eatery & Pour House recently opened at Disney Springs, and it’s the brand’s first location in Central Florida (you can visit the other 8 locations across the country).  With dozens of beer choices, delicious bites for the whole family, and a state-of-the-art audio-visual system that will have you cheering for your favorite team, it’s a dining experience you don’t want to miss. 


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1. Location

If you haven’t been to Disney Springs since its most recent facelift, you’re missing out.  This dining, entertainment and shopping oasis is always changing and adding new, exciting venues, and now is the best time to stop by to amp up the fun on your Walt Disney World Vacation!  City Works Eatery & Pour House is part of the newly reinterpreted West Side of Disney Springs, close to Disney’s NBA Experience.  There’s a fun industrial feel to this area, and when you’re finished eating, you can check out a movie at the nearby AMC Movies at Disney Springs 24, or put on your bowling shoes at Splitsville Luxury Lanes. 

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2. Beer

If you like beer, you’ll love your visit to City Works Eatery & Pour House!  Featuring at least 70 local and global craft beers, your only problem will be narrowing down your options.  About a third of the beers here are from local breweries, and there are also rare beers that hail from other parts of the world, and seasonal and limited brews too.  In short, this pour house is one of Disney Springs’ best beer bars.  If you can’t decide, you can build your own beer flight here by choosing four 6 ounce pours to sample.  From pale ales to ciders to stouts to Indie lagers and more, there’s something for all beer lovers!  And if you’re not a beer fan, that’s ok too – there are cocktails, non-alcoholic beverages and wine available.

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3. Atmosphere

So, what’s the overall feel of Disney Springs’ City Works Eatery & Pour House?  If you’ve never been to one of its counterparts in other cities, know that this is a laid-back sports bar where you’re bound to feel completely at home.  This new restaurant is full of airy, light spaces that make it feel even bigger than it is (there’s one wall that’s almost completely glass), but the massive area is divided into different sections so it doesn’t feel overwhelmingly huge.  You can choose between typical table seating, bar seating, or booths.  Wherever you sit, you’ll be able to see the tvs that dot the space, and while this is a sports bar, unlike at other similar venues, you’ll still be able to hear the other people at your table when you dine here.

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4. Eats

There’s an extensive menu at City Works Eatery & Pour House, whether you’re looking for a shareable plate to accompany your beer, or an entire meal to hit the spot.  Dishes are classically American – with exciting twists.  There are unique appetizers and starters, such as the Duck Nachos and Kung Pao Cauliflower, and a variety of soups and salads.  Entrees and sandwiches are designed with meat-lovers in mind, but there’s also an Impossible Burger made from plants for vegetarians.  Creative side dishes include Lime Queso Fresco Grilled Corn and Spicy Maple Bacon Baked Beans, and make sure you leave room for dessert, which ranges from Baked Cookie Dough to Key Lime Pie.

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5. TVs, TVs and More TVs

Ever wish your dining room had a tv in it?  If so, you’ll love City Works Eatery & Pour House!  There are no less than 17 flatscreen HDTVs scattered throughout the space, displayed at different locations and angles, so that no matter where you’re sitting, you’re bound to have a great view of at least one tv.  Live sporting events and music videos both look and sound amazing here, given the state-of-the art audio equipment.  Oh, and did we mention the massive 168-inch high-def video wall that makes tv viewing a dream?  It’s all here.  So if your own dining space is slightly lacking in high-tech audio-visual equipment, head to City Works Eatery for one of the most entertaining dining experiences around.

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6. Special Events

Looking to ramp up your City Works Eatery experience?  Visit during Happy Hour, from 3:30 to 6:00 pm from Monday through Friday, to access a special menu of appetizers, beer and wine at a discounted rate.  You’ll find deals like $7 bar bites, or $2 off wine and craft beer.  There are also drink specials on offer after 10:00 pm.  Or, take brunch to a whole new level with the Rock N Roll Brunch, featuring your favorite breakfast foods, including avocado toast, beignets, and breakfast sandwiches – and let’s not forget the Bloody Mary and mimosa flights! 

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7. Size

While there’s indisputable charm in a cosy, intimate dining venue, sometimes bigger is better.  And when you eat at City Works Eatery & Pour House, you’ll have plenty of space to roam around.  With an impressive 8,632 square feet of indoor dining space, the restaurant is unquestionably massive, perfect for a large party, or for a family of any size.  You can even bring 308 of your friends, if you want – City Works Eatery seats 309 people!

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8. Outdoor Patio

In addition to a simply massive interior space, City Works Eatery & Pour House also boasts an outdoor patio, which also offers a ton of dining space, at 1,767 square feet.  In beautiful Orlando, chances are you’ll want to be outside often, and we love that this restaurant gives you that choice!  Enjoy the fresh air while sitting at a bar, or at a table, where you can enjoy people-watching, as you’re right in the center of Disney Springs’ exciting action.

About Stacy Milford

Stacy has lived in 4 countries on 3 continents, and travels whenever humanly possible. Passionate about music theatre, dessert, and adventure in the great wide somewhere, she visits Walt Disney World every year, usually during Halloween! Stacy currently divides her time between writing and teaching English as a second language to children in China, and is pretty sure growing up is over-rated.