City Works Eatery and Pour House set an opening date that is right around the corner for its upcoming Tysons location at the Capital One Headquarters.
The restaurant announced today (April 24) that it plans to open at 1640 Capital One Drive North on Tuesday, May 28.
Focused on classic American cuisine, the menu will have gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan options, along with more than 90 draft beers and eight wines, according to the press release.
Here’s a sampling of items on the menu:
- Kung Pao cauliflower
- smoked chicken wings
- duck nachos
- an assortment of tacos
- filet mignon sliders with caramelized onion and horseradish cream on a pretzel roll
- fried chicken sandwich with spicy bread, butter pickles and Carolina mustard barbecue sauce
- “City Works Burger” made with a short rib and brisket blend, topped with aged white cheddar, shredded iceberg lettuce, tomato, red onion and a dill pickle on a toasted brioche bun
Roughly 30 percent of the draft selection is sourced from breweries around the Virginia area, including Parkway Brewing Co., Devil’s Backbone Brewing Co., Midnight Brewery and Union Craft Brewing, the press release says.
The restaurant will seat up to about 175 people on the first floor, which will have 12 high-definition televisions. The patio will have about 50 seats and feature an outdoor container bar, three televisions and a canopy, the press release says. Additionally, the restaurants will have two private event dining rooms — also with televisions.
The Tysons location will be the first one for City Works in Virginia.
The restaurant is currently hiring servers, bartenders, hosts, line cooks, prep cooks, brushers, runners and dishwashers.
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