ORLANDO, Fla.— If you have been to Disney Springs within the last few years you know that the renovations have been ongoing and endless. WIth new parking garages, a direct entrance ramp from I4, brand new looks to many familiar storefronts and even more new establishments and eateries. So it comes as no surprise when Bottleneck Managment announced the newest location to their growing City Works Eatery & Pour House.

Bottleneck Management proudly announces the addition of City Works to Disney Springs in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., in the summer of 2019. The lively eatery and pour house style restaurant, currently found in seven locations across the country, offers a massive draft selection of local, regional, and global craft brews with a constantly rotating draft list, complemented by classic American cuisine with chef-driven twists.

The 8,632 square foot restaurant at Disney Springs will offer a retail space, expansive seating, plenty of high-definition TVs – including a 165-inch screen – and a 1,767 square foot patio. The space will also exhibit three full-service bars, two of which allow for covered, open-air dining along the patio.

City Works will be located in the Disney Springs West Side. An independent entrance and exit to the promenade will make it convenient for guests to stop in for a bite, watch a game or just to grab a beer to enjoy while they walk throughout Disney Springs. City Works will be the go-to spot for sports fans looking to enjoy craft beers, a delicious menu, and a state-of-the-art, game-viewing experience.

An independent entrance and exit to the promenade will make it convenient for guests to stop in for a bite, watch a game or just to grab a beer

Menu selection

With a ton, and  I mean over 90 sprawling craft beers from local and global varieties the amazing culinary team has done its best to bring classic American food with brilliant chef-driven twists, in an upbeat, energetic atmosphere. 

Here is an example of their menu 

About City Works

City Works currently has seven locations across the country in cities including Minneapolis, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Miami, Frisco, Fort Worth, and Orange Village. With 90 local and global beers on tap, the restaurant offers a wide range of rare and unique craft selections. All locations are open for lunch and dinner, and prices range from $13-$20 at lunch and $15-$28 during dinner. For more information, or to make a reservation, please visit www.cityworksrestaurant.com.

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