Which Food Hall Dishes Out the Best Bites in Houston?

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Gone are the days when the thought of dining at a food hall sent shivers down your spine. If there’s anything Houston’s food hall scene has proven, it’s that convenience and style can in fact coexist. Abandon your memories of those dark and dirty public eating spaces, and instead imagine bright, clean, and modern hot-spots with cuisine inspired by H-Town and the chefs that have put the city’s oft overlooked culinary scene back on the national map. Below are four of Houston’s newest food halls. Check them out and let us know which one you think is best by voting in the PaperCity Best Food Hall Challenge.

Conservatory

Conservatory

Hats off the the original food hall in Houston, the one that challenged the traditional dining experience and food hall stereotype. Not only does this Downtown locale offer a host of delicious vendors and generous list of draft beers, but their hours are ideal for the bustling nightlife that has made its way back to the area.

Bravery Chef Hall

Bravery Chef Hall

Bravery Chef Hall is no traditional food hall. As the name suggests, this 9,000 square foot eatery brings the culinary prowess of traditional chef-y fine dining to the trendy confines of a food hall. Think of savoring dishes created by Uchi veteran chefs, a MasterChef winner, and other successful chefs and restaurant owners.

Understory

Understory

Understory is bringing a whole new concept to the city’s downtown tunnel system. The underground space, cleverly located in the Bank of America Tower, is shiny, upscale, and over 10,000 square feet. Folks like Mama Ninfa’s, Boomtown Coffee, and East Hampton Sandwich Co. have already flooded into the new spot.

Finn Hall

Finn Hall

Since December, Finn Hall has given this city amazing eats and tasty drinks in the heart of Downtown. If the chic and bright design aren’t enough to beckon you to enter and partake in the experience, then the restaurants and bars certainly will. Sip on coffee, have a drink, or fill up on bites from some of the city’s most popular spots, like Dish Society or Goode Co. Taqueria.

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