A project that has been in the works since late 2015 is finally set to open Market Square. City Works, an American eatery and pour house, will open downtown on Saturday, March 11.
The restaurant boasts a draft list of over 90 craft beers, with a large portion of the beers on draft coming from the Pittsburgh area, including brews from Penn Brewery and East End Brewing Company. City Works also sources beer from around the world, though a quarter of their daily selection is reserved for Pennsylvania breweries. Beer flights and 6oz. tasting selections are a staple of the ever-changing draft list.
City Works will be open daily for lunch and dinner, with a menu that will feature their own twist on American-style cuisine, with options like Duck Confit Nachos, Wild Mushroom Flatbread, and Maple-Glazed Pork Chops.
The establishment plans on opening its doors to Pittsburgh with a bang. To celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, City Works will open for the first time to the public at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, March 11. The Pittsburgh St. Patrick’s Day parade will be happening downtown the same morning, giving Pittsburghers the perfect excuse to check out the new restaurant.
Pittsburgh is the third location for City Works, following locations in Minneapolis, MN and King of Prussia, PA.
The 10,000-square foot restaurant will also feature more than a dozen televisions, and a daily happy hour and late night menu, which will feature a 1.5 pound Giant Pretzel served with beer cheddar cheese, pepper jack cheese and Dusseldorf mustard dipping sauces.
City Works (2 PPG Place)