City Works Eatery and Pour House is a Craft Beer Lover’s Dream
The elevated sports bar in King of Prussia offers 90 rotating taps.
The City Works Burger. Photo courtesy of Tessa Marie Images.
Elevated sports bar City Works Eatery and Pour House opened late last year in the flourishing King of Prussia Town Center. The mammoth, industrial-chic space glistens with copper and stone, and 14 state-of-the-art flat-screen TVs hang behind a lengthy and attractive bar.
You'll find 90 rotating craft brew taps, including some locals, four ciders and nine wines, alongside a preferred bottle collection of bourbon and whiskey. City Works also offers handcrafted cocktails.
The kitchen excels with its American focus and gluten-free options. We tackled the spicy buffalo shrimp and a mouthwatering signature Carolina fried-chicken “handheld.” with housemade pickles, mustard and shredded lettuce, on a brioche bun. The housemade gooey butterscotch bread pudding baked in its own skillet made for a perfect dessert.
And for the inevitable crowds, plenty of seating is available in the form of cushy booths, pub-height tables, and shaded alfresco tables out front.
220 Main St., King of Prussia, (484) 690-4150, www.cityworksrestaurant.com.