While we’ve been surprised to find so many locations have reopened at Disney Springs today, we already knew City Works Eatery & Pour House was planning on welcoming folks back this afternoon!
That’s why we made a lunch reservation to scope the place out on the first day of its grand reopening! Come check out the upscale sports-bar-meets-restaurant with us!
City Works Eatery & Pour House had only been open for just over a month before the Disney Springs shut down. The place was pretty packed last time we dined here, but today we didn’t even need our reservation to be seated!
Instead of reconfiguring its furniture, City Walks is using signs to block off certain tables so that guests can maintain social distancing while they dine!
We also noticed a whole lotta cleaning going on! As we’ve seen at other newly reopened restaurants, condiments, napkins, glassware, and cutlery are no longer being left out on the tables.
City Works has reopened with a limited menu and they’re using single-use paper menus for the time being.
Their current beer selection is available online and we were told they’re working on getting their Weekday Happy Hour and Rock N’Roll Brunch (featuring our the musical stylings of a certain Jon Bun Jovi) back up and running soon!
We’ll be back with a review of the meal we’re about to be munching on at City Works very shortly so stay put! In the meantime, check out where we scored this basket of mini ice cream cones here!
Did you get the chance to check out City Works for the brief time it was open before the closures? Let us know in the comments below!
From our friends at www.disneyfoodblog.com
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