Situated on the West side of Disney Springs, City Works is a dream come true for anyone who loves beer and sports while visiting Disney Springs, featuring classic American food with some creative modern twists, and a lot from scratch.
They have a cool Rock N Roll brunch on weekends, and you can even bring your dog to their outdoor patio, which is also available for private events.
Inside, they have a whopping 17 extra-large TVs, including one ginormous video wall.
The restaurant has 8,600 square feet of space for eating, drinking, and having a great time.
Cityworks offers a diverse menu with a blend of classic American flavors and combinations. For starters, don’t miss the Queso Dip, which features a mix of hot chorizo and pepper jack cheese sauce.
It provides a spicy kick, complemented by the mild heat of Fresno chiles.
Toppings like queso fresco and micro cilantro add color and texture, perfect for dipping with corn tortilla chips.
For a unique twist on a classic, there are Duck Nachos which include pulled duck confit and pepper jack cheese sauce, offering a flavorful combination.
Pickled jalapeños add a tangy element, while smoked tomatoes and red onion provide a smoky-sweet depth. White beans and avocado give a creamy contrast, and wonton chips add a satisfying crunch.
The Sticky Ribs were our favorite of the entire meal – glazed with an Asian BBQ sauce, striking a balance between sweet and savory.
The meat is tender and flavorful, and it comes off the bone easily. Scallions and sesame seeds add a finishing touch.
For a substantial meal, the Smoked BBQ Platter offers a variety of barbecue options. It includes baby back ribs, chili-rubbed wings, pulled pork, and a zesty Louisiana hot link. Grilled corn adds sweetness, while spicy maple bacon baked beans bring some heat.
This platter provides a range of flavors and textures, showcasing the restaurant’s dedication to delivering a top-notch barbecue experience.
This fall try their Pumking, brewed by Southern Tier Brewing Company in Lakewood, NY, – a unique and flavorful pumpkin/yam beer. With an alcohol by volume (ABV) of 8.6% and a bitterness level of 33 IBU, this brew is crafted with pumpkin puree and a blend of pie spices, giving it a malty, bready profile.
The dominant flavor is cinnamon, complemented by hints of nutmeg and vanilla in the background.
Pumking offers a rich and autumnal drinking experience, making it a favorite for those seeking a seasonal and robust beer.
To end the meal, save space for the Baked Cookie Dough – warm and gooey, with chocolate chip cookie dough served alongside chocolate sauce, vanilla bean ice cream, and whipped cream.
It’s a decadent dessert that provides a satisfying conclusion to the dining experience.
Whether you’re here to catch the big game on one of their numerous HDTVs or simply looking for elevated sports pub bites at Disney Springs, City Works delivers an experience that strikes the perfect balance between sports and dining.
Throughout the year, Cityworks celebrates various holidays and special events with special menus. From September 16 to October 3, guests had the opportunity to transport themselves to Oktoberfest at the venue, where a special German-inspired menu was expertly crafted by the chefs.
Diners indulged in flavorful offerings like the Smokehouse Currywurst with spicy hot links and bacon-braised sauerkraut, as well as the delectable Pork Schnitzel paired with a dijon-herb cream sauce.
The German Flatbread, is loaded with smoked hot links and an array of savory toppings.
No Oktoberfest is complete without beer so to complete the experience, patrons could choose from a selection of seasonal beers including New Belgium Atomic Pumpkin, Sam Adams Octoberfest, and Goose Island Oktoberfest, along with various local brews.
It was a celebration to remember! Prost! Stay tuned for future celebrations at City Works!