Disney Springs will continue revamping its West Side district with the addition of an 8,632-square-foot restaurant in the summer of 2019.

The City Works Eatery & Pour House will focus on “classic American food” along with three full-service bars, a 165-inch TV screen and a 1,767-square-foot patio space.

“The Disney Springs space will offer 80 beers on tap including rare, limited supply, special tappings from local breweries and others from around the world,” Disney Springs marketing manager Darcy Clark wrote on the Disney Parks Blog. “If barley and hops aren’t for you, a curated selection of popular wines will be available as well, ready to pair with bar bites, shareables, burgers and more.”

There are currently seven City Works restaurants around the country, including a Florida location in Doral. It will be run by Chicago-based Bottleneck Management.

“City Works will be the go-to spot for sports fans looking to enjoy craft beers, a delicious menu and a state-of-the-art, game-viewing experience,” the company said in a news release.

The new restaurant will be adjacent to the under-construction NBA Experience, which is taking over space once occupied by the demolished Disney Quest.

City Works will join numerous other new dining options at Disney Springs. Restaurants added in 2018 include Wine Bar George, Terralina Crafted Italian and Chicken Guy.

The entertainment complex will also add new shopping destinations ahead of the holiday season. A new shop for pet owners, Disney Tails, will open on Oct. 12, offering Disney-themed items like leashes, collars and squeaky toys.

It will soon be joined by Lovepop, a new “3D paper” greeting card shop opening in the Disney Springs Marketplace Co-Op in mid-October. Capping off the new arrivals will be a new art gallery opening on Nov. 3 showing the works of Disney artist Greg McCullough, taking over the former location of Little Miss Matched.