City Works Eatery and Pour House Coming to Disney Springs West Side in 2019

City Works Eatery Disney Spring
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City Works Eatery & Pour House has been announced to be opening on the Disney Springs West Side in 2019.

City Works Eatery Disney Spring

City Works Eatery & Pour House will be in the West Side of Disney Springs, adjacent to the NBA Experience (literally inside the same building), opening sometime in the summer of 2019. It will feature craft beer and American food, with 80 beers available on tap, some of which will be rare or special tappings from both local breweries and around the world. If beer isn’t your drink of choice, it will also offer popular wines, plenty of large screen TVs, and various types of bar food.

Disney Springs City Works
A photo of the space currently under construction. We did our best to align with the concept art above.

As you can see in the photo above, construction is well underway. In addition to the eatery, the adjacent NBA Experience will reportedly still include a restaurant, although we can’t fathom how when older concept art depicted this area as some of that offering.

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  • Good, I’m an NBA fan and I despised the idea of an NBA restaurant. Why don’t they add some Disney in one of their Disney Springs restaurants. It’s not like they are going all out with the florida springs theme with T-REX and Rainforest Café.

  • Disney did right to not run Springs but to run it like a mall. These third party places are sooooooooo much better than Disney can do. Springs makes Epcot look like a relic.

    • You’re comparing a theme park to a strip mall. You obviously have no idea what you’re talking about, but thanks for the horrible opinion.

  • I mean, ya, good move on Disney’s part. BUT, I feel places like this are more for the local residents and not for the vacationers. I go to WDW once, maybe twice, per year and the last thing I want to do when I’m there is post up on a bar stool for 3 hours and watch a sporting event that I could see pretty much any other day out of the year when I’m not at WDW.

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