Downtown Houston became cutting edge in the culinary world when Bravery Chef Hall opened on Travis Street in 2019. With six restaurant concepts in one 9,000 square-foot space, the food hall boasts being the first of its kind venue because they allow their chefs to experiment and create in the unique space.
Whether diners are in the mood for egg rolls, pork belly nachos, burgers, pasta, skewers or sushi, there is bound to be something for everyone under this roof. Restaurant titles include The Blind Goat, BOH Pasta & Pizza, Cherry Block Craft Butcher & Kitchen, Kokoro and Gaggenau Concept Kitchen. A pop-up space called Hawker Alley serves as an incubator of sorts to chefs who plan to open more permanent spots.
Those pop-ups include South American restaurant Andes Café, Indian gastropub Naaco Bread Co., La Villa Tacos from Secret Garden bartender Jonathan Gallardo and José Doñez, and oyster bar Margaux’s.
For guests looking to quench a thirst rather than fill a belly, there is also a wine bar, cocktail bar, and a patio bar to keep visitors satiated. With plenty of seating among the different restaurant spaces, Bravery Chef Hall is a stellar option for the indecisive group of people who crave a variety of options.