Change keeps rolling right along at Disney Springs! As if things weren’t exciting enough recently, we have word that some new stores, as well as a new restaurant are on their way for the shopping and dining district.
First, is the new restaurant, City Works Eatery & Pour House. This will be a lively eatery that will offer the perfect combination of the best beer bars and upscale restaurants. Along with 80 local and global craft beers on draft and American food with brilliant chef-driven twists, City Works will deliver an upbeat, energetic atmosphere, and superior service.
The Disney Springs restaurant will be located in the West Side and will be an 8,632 square foot restaurant that will offer a retail space, expansive seating, plenty of high-definition TVs, including a 165-inch screen, and a 1,767 square foot patio. The space will also include three full-service bars, two of which allow for covered, open air dining along the patio.
City Works will be the go-to spot for sports fans looking to enjoy craft beers, a delicious menu and a state-of-the-art, game-viewing experience.
There are currently seven other City Works throughout the country and this new version at Disney Springs is expected to open in the spring of 2019.
Moving forward, Disney Tails will be opening October 12 (that’s tomorrow!) at the Marketplace Co-Op. If you have a pet, you are going to want to make a stop here. In addition to leashes, collars, and bandanas, you’ll also discover squeaky toys inspired by some of your favorite iconic Disney foods. Oh, and it’s not just all about the doggies. There will be purr-fect items for your kitty friends too.
Fans of great art should stop by The Art of Disney Presents Greg McCullough. This store is going to open in the space formerly occupied by Little Miss Matched on November 3. It going to be an art gallery featuring works by Greg McCullough that will be open for a limited-time, through January 1, 2019. Greg McCullough will appear every day, except Mondays, from 1:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. and guests will have a chance to interact with him, have artwork signed, and possibly even catch him painting live. Original works of art, limited-editions, and prints will be available, alongside some unique pieces from his Disney Remnants and Abstract Remnants Collections.