Treats for Everyone
Give the gift of great times and delicious food with The Shops at Clearfork's City Works
If you're looking for somewhere to kick back and enjoy great food and drinks this holiday season, City Works Eatery & Pour House is the ultimate choice.
Located in The Shops at Clearfork, the sports bar and restaurant has holiday fun and new flavors galore, plus an extra incentive for stopping by.
Buy gift cards, win big
This year, choose the gift that provides an experience and a reason to gather and celebrate again.
Now through New Year’s Eve, buy $100 or more in City Works gift cards and you’ll receive a $50 bonus for yourself, plus be entered to win a full-size kegerator so you can keep the party going at home all year.
A little more about that grand prize: The EdgeStar KC2000 kegerator is free-standing with one tap, and can easily be rolled around on its attached casters. At 36 inches high and about 25 inches deep, it can fit almost anywhere the party takes it.
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Introducing a new menu
Known for their elevated take on bar food, City Works' new menu adds shareable dishes like:
- Sticky ribs ($18) with Asian barbeue sauce, scallions, and sesame seeds
- Beer cheese soup ($7 and $9) with smoked cheddar, Bottlenectar pale ale, jalapeño, bell pepper, scallions, and bacon lardons
- The Ultimate Grilled Cheese Sandwich ($16) with smoked chopped brisket, barbecue-bacon onion relish, beer cheese sauce, American cheese, and smoked provolone on challah bread
- Brisket tacos ($16) with smoked chopped brisket, pickled red onion, cilantro lime slaw, avocado, queso fresco, and micro cilantro on flour tortillas
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City Works hosts free trivia every Tuesday, when you can try the new menu while competing in audio/visual rounds of trivia beginning at 7 pm. Show up early to take part in happy hour from 4-6 pm. No sign-up required.
Test your knowledge of holiday movies on December 20, or general trivia all other Tuesdays.
Rock 'N' Roll Weekend Brunch
City Works pays homage to rock 'n’ roll’s attitude of self-expression, fun, and the ability to bring people together with expanded menu offerings, rock 'n’ roll music, and rockstar service every Saturday and Sunday until 3 pm. A list of “greatest hits” from the weekday menu is also available during brunch hours.
The menu includes dishes such as the Sweet Child O’ Mine, which is stuffed brioche French toast with Bailey’s cream cheese, vanilla bean ice cream batter, mixed berry compote, and powdered sugar; and The Clash Smash, with smashed avocado on toasted challah with roasted corn, pickled red onion, shaved radish, and sliced hard-boiled egg.
Groups can also indulge in shareable dishes like the Jon Bun Jovi, a warm jumbo cinnamon roll with vanilla icing, and Donut Stop Believin’, powdered sugar-coated doughnuts with chocolate hazelnut sauce and mixed berry jam.
Brunch beverage offerings include the Flapjack Old Fashioned, made with Devils River rye whiskey, butterscotch Schnapps, candied maple syrup, bacon, and orange bitters; and the Hot Blooded, an 18 oz. spicy Bloody Mary crowned with fried onion rings and garnished with a celery stalk and a skewer loaded with candied bacon, housemade spicy pickles, a cheese curd, an olive, cornichon, pepperoni, pickled jalapeños, and a hard-boiled egg.
Guests can also order mimosas by the bottle or by the flight, with such flavor options such as classic, Bellini, tropical, sangria, rosé, or paloma.