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Downtown’s Forthcoming Food Hall Takes Shape With Four New Eateries

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Some of the city’s most exciting chefs will open stalls at Finn Hall

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When Finn Hall makes its Downtown debut, the forthcoming food hall will be home to some of the city’s most exciting chefs and new eateries.

The 20,000 square foot food hall inside The Jones on Main has announced its initial line-up of new stalls in a press release, and suffice it to say that this spot is going to be stacked with excellent dining options. In addition to the newest outpost of Mala Sichuan Bistro, these four restaurants will bring familiar faces, new restaurants, and expansions of old classics to Finn Hall.

Scope out the full list of newly-announced spots below:

  • Goode Co. Taqueria — The beloved purveyor of barbecue and seafood is expanding its taco business. According to Goode Company president Levi Goode, the spot will serve tacos (of course), crispy taquitos, pork and green chile empanadas, queso, and more.
  • Low Tide — A seafood-focused spot from the minds behind Harold’s Restaurant & Tap Room. In addition to a raw bar, Low Tide will serve steamed mussels and clams, po’ boys, and ceviche. Chef Richard Knight, who recently took over the kitchen at Harold’s, will oversee the menu.
  • Dish Society — A “condensed” version of the popular Houston eatery. According to owner Aaron Lyons, the spot will be trated “almost like a food truck,” and will serve a tight menu of favorite dishes like pretzels and queso, pimento cheese crackers, and brisket-stuffed sweet potatoes.
  • Mr. Nice Pie — The second outpost of the popular pizza spot that will offer giant, 30-inch pies from the minds behind Love Buzz, Moon Tower Inn, and Voodoo Queen Daiquiri Dive.

Finn Hall is expected to make its Houston debut sometime in “mid-2018.” Stay tuned for an official opening date.