PHOTO REPORT: Disney Springs 1/29/20 (City Works Eatery & Pour House, Christmas Popcorn Buckets, and More)

Today, we took a stroll around our favorite shopping and eating district: Disney Springs! Let’s take a look.

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Our first stop was the highly anticipated City Works Eatery & Pour House. Not much has changed since our last visit, but it’s clear they’re getting closer and closer to opening. Today, it looked like they were conducting training inside. Will you dine here when it opens?

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Planet Hollywood closed early for a private event but re-opened in the afternoon.

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If you’re having trouble letting go of the holidays (I know I am), these festive Toy Story Alien popcorn buckets were fully stocked at this snack cart!

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No visible progress has been made on the Chicken Guy! expansion yet. The sign is still up for the Planet Hollywood store, which moved inside the lobby of the restaurant.

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It’s business as usual inside Chicken Guy!, with no visible signs of construction.

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That wraps up our beautiful afternoon at Disney Springs! Tell us which new store or restaurant you are most excited about.