We made our way to Disney Springs Westside neighborhood yesterday for the official ribbon cutting for City Works Eatery and Pour House. After a short ceremony we were able to tour the restaurant and talk with COO Mark Gray about the journey to open the Disney dining location and what guests can expect from the City Works experience.
After talking with Mark, we had the chance to build our own flight of beers. You can choose one of pre-built flights, or pick any four from the menu. At four six ounce pours, there’s plenty of opportunity to see which flavor you like the best. I urge you to try beers you’ve never had before, you never know when you might find a new favorite, like I did with the Baby Cakes Oatmeal Stout.
Watch our video of the grand opening including a tour of the restaurant, our interview with Mark, and our personal beer flight build here:
Located next to the NBA Experience, you can continue your sports dreams by watching any one of 17 televisions, including a 168 inch high-definition screen.
The restaurant is known for classic American fare, a 70+ list of beers (including many local breweries) on tap, and it’s sports resturant and bar audio-visual experience. Together that will make City Works a hot spot for a night on the town or a place to catch the big game.
Right now City Works is walk-up only, but starting March 9th you’ll be able to use the My Disney Experience App, Open Table, or the City Works website to make a reservation. Reservations are recommended for dinner, brunch or during any big sporting event.