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Downtown Houston Food Hall Conservatory Adds New Pizzeria & Wine Bar to its Lineup

Also new: a kolache and donut bar

So many new changes at this Houston food hall

When it opened last year, Conservatory brought a bevy of new options to Downtown’s dining scene. In the coming weeks, the underground food hall will add a few delicious new vendors, making it an even better dining destination for the neighborhood.

Announced via release, Conservatory will introduce three new concepts in the coming weeks. The first is a pizzeria from local pizza enthusiast and pastry chef Kelsey Hawkins, which will feature freshly-fired personal pizzas and “modern Italian bar fare” like fried ravioli and panzanella. A percentage of sales from the new pizza spot will benefit charity.

Also opening at Conservatory is Mars Bakery, a doughnut and pastry bar, and a “boutique wine bar” called Noble Rot. These new spots join the recently revamped poke spot Moku Bar (which replaced Samurai Noodle), El Burro and the Bull, and Melange Creperie. The space will also begin hosting pop-up vendors, like a Sunday brunch with $4 mimosas and food from Pan de Taco.

Arte Pizzeria has already opened its doors at Conservatory, and Mars Bakery will follow on April 17. Noble Rot Wine Bar is set to follow later in April.

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