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City Works Eatery and Pour House is a Craft Beer Lover’s Dream


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.

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