City Works Eatery & Pour House Opens at Disney Springs with 90 Beers on Tap (Photos, Video)

Hi everyone!

We were at the grand opening for City Works Eatery & Pour House at Disney Springs yesterday. City Works is based in Chicago with nine locations and the newest is at the West Side of Disney Springs attached to the NBA Experience. For those looking for a lot of different beer choices and sports on television, this is going to be a very popular venue. There are around 90 beers on tap as well as wine on tap, cocktails, 17 televisions, and a state-of-the-art sound system that includes a 168 inch high-definition video screen. And there is food – we tried a few samples yesterday but look forward to heading back again soon. And City Works serves breakfast and then a brunch on weekends, along with Happy Hour specials. The menu can be found here! Keep reading for photos and video from yesterday.

Representatives from City Works and Disney were on hand yesterday.

The ribbon was cut, and we were invited in. City Works opened to the public less than 2 hours later.

Here is our video of the grand opening ceremony and a tour of the inside.

This is my first view inside. There are plenty of booths and tables, along with seating at the bar. City Works Eatery & Pour House is currently taking walk-ups and reservations are available starting March 9th, 2020.

Television screens are behind the bar.

Beers are listed above and on the menus given to guests. There are a lot of local choices – most of the beers are domestic, but not all.

Guests yesterday were served Bottlenectar, which is a collaboration with Goose Island.

This is the Pulled Pork Sandwich made into a slider. I don’t eat pulled pork but everyone was raving about it.

Cheese Curds with White cheddar, cornmeal battered, and smoked tomato coulis.

The BBQ Chicken Flatbread includes House-smoked BBQ chicken, mozzarella, Gouda, red onion, housemade BBQ sauce and cilantro.

We tried a sample of Peanut Butter Snickers Pie, which has a very nice peanut butter mousse taste to it.

Happy Hour is promoted.

Here is a look at some of the beer taps.

Peroni, Samuel Adams, Heineken, Guiness and many more are in this area.

There are some fun handles.

This is a look at just two pages of the menu.

The Rock N Roll Brunch menu runs on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Breakfast offerings include beignets, breakfast hash, avocado toast, and breakfast sandwiches with mimosa flights and an over-the-top bloody mary. There are so many options for food and drink here, and City Works will be even busier once Cirque Du Soleil opens Drawn to Life on March 20th, 2020. It is in a great location also close to AMC Theaters and Splitsville. We look forward to heading back soon!