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Bravery Chef Hall’s Newest Addition Will Serve Up Classy Diner Fare

Look for Japanese pancakes and a chicken burger topped with pâté

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Chef Richard Knight previously of Feast and Hunky Dory, will helm Atlas, the sixth counter service restaurant slated for Bravery Chef Hall’s December debut.

Houston Food Finder just announced the chef for the new concept in Aris Market Square Tower at 409 Travis Street late last week. Knight will serve up “classy” diner-inspired eats within sleek interiors that feature dark wood, glass, and brass fixtures. Diners can expect upscale globally influenced dishes like a decadent chicken burger made with chicken pâté mousse, plus Japanese pancakes and flatbreads with feta. Atlas will serve up its internationally inspired fare into the wee hours on Fridays and Saturdays, convenient for patrons of the in-house bars at Bravery.

As Eater previously reported, when Bravery Chef Hall debuts at the end of this year, it will have three bars including one that selects its rotating bar managers in a Shark Tank-style competition, plus an exciting lineup of eateries including MasterChef winner Christine Ha’s The Blind Goat, Chef Ben McPherson’s BOH Pasta, plus Nuna Nikkei Bar, a Japanese-Peruvian fusion eatery from Chef David Guerrero of Andes Café.

The fourth concept is Cherry Block Craft Butcher and Kitchen from Felix Florez, according to Houston Food Finder. There is still one more eatery yet to be announced, and according to Houston Business Journal it will be a Mediterranean, Lebanese and seafood eatery. As far as the two other booze purveyors, drinkers can expect a dedicated wine bar and another bar from Prohibition barman Jonathan Gallardo. Named Secret Garden, the new joint is located inside a greenhouse and will collaborate with Atlas on weekend brunches.

Stay tuned for an official opening date for Bravery Chef Hall and who will be helming that final eatery.

Bravery Chef Hall

409 Travis Street, , TX 77002 (713) 909-0691 Visit Website

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