You’ve heard of a food hall; introducing the “chef hall.” That’s the idea behind The Bravery – an evolution of a food hall, offering fine dining with the speed of counter service coming later this year. It’s located on the ground floor of the new 32-story Aris Market Square luxury residential building developed by Hines at 409 Travis Street.
Bravery Chef Hall will feature five open-kitchen stations owned and operated by chefs, each with its own dining concept. Stations will accommo- date between 30 and 40 guests in a counter-side seating format centered around the chef. Each station also caters to casual diners by offering a walk-up area to order and find table seating within the hall, or order to go.
Managed by veteran restaurateur and sommelier Shepard Ross, Bravery Chef Hall will feature kitchens by David Guerrero of Andes Café; Ben McPherson, formerly of Krisp Bird & Batter; Gary Ly, formerly of Underbelly and two chefs to be announced. In addition to the five stations, the chef hall will include two separate wine bars and one coffee and pastry counter – along with a spacious, tree-shaded outdoor terrace facing Main Street for al fresco dining.
“Bravery Chef Hall will be convenient for and welcomed by residents of Aris Market Square, plus downtown workers, visitors and residents of other buildings,” says David Haltom, Director at Hines. “The interactive dining experience complements the lively neighborhood, and we look forward to enhancing the area’s living experience together.”
For more information, visit www.arismarketsquare.com.