City Works Set to Open in King of Prussia’s Town Center on December 10

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The City Works restaurant concept by Chicago's Bottleneck Management is set to open in King of Prussia Town Center on December 10.

City Works, the restaurant concept by Bottleneck Management, is set to open on December 10 at King of Prussia Town Center to coincide with the Town Center’s inaugural Winterfest, writes Kenneth Hilario for Philadelphia Business Journal.

This will be the Chicago group’s first foray into this region and the mix of tenants at King of Prussia’s Town Center is one of the things that attracted Bottleneck Management, according to CEO, Chris Bisaillon.

“Our co-tenants aren’t people we’ll be stealing business from and vice versa,” he said. “Combined, we grow the pie.”

The America contemporary restaurant “with a twist” will offer its visitors 90 draft beers with around a third being local or regional offerings. City Works will also offer a premium cocktail lineup and wine on draft and by the bottle.

As part of the concept customers can also enjoy sporting events while drinking and dining. City Works will have four 110-inch TVs surrounded by 65-inch TVs and during the commercial breaks, a DJ will engage with the audience to keep the fun going.

Read more about the KoP newcomer at Philadelphia Business Journal by clicking here.

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