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City Works Brings Bar Fare And Lots Of Beer To Frisco

Check out the menu for the restaurant, opening today

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Tonight, City Works Eatery and Pour House will officially make its debut in Frisco.

The restaurant will kick open the doors tonight for dinner, and diners can look forward to a massive menu of traditional American fare alongside an equally lengthy list of craft brews. The Frisco location is the fifth for the fledgling chain, which also operates outposts of the restaurant in Florida, Minnesota, and Pennsylvania.

The menu serves up upscale twists on classic sports bar favorites, like duck confit nachos and smoked barbecue ribs served with mascarpone creamed corn and coleslaw. Grilled options, like chipotle maple-glazed pork chop and salmon with braised fennel, are also abundant.

As far as the booze is concerned, the bar offers over 90 brews with rotating selections, forty percent of which is sourced from local Dallas breweries. With so many options on offer, beer drinkers can build flights of their own, or choose from a selection of pre-selected pours.

City Works will open tonight for dinner at 3680 The Star Blvd in Frisco. Before making the trek northward, check out the menu below.

City Works Menu by Eater Houston on Scribd