It looks like Silent Theatre Group, the restaurateurs behind Bravery Chef Hall and Conservatory, are plotting yet another dining destination in Timbergrove.
A tipster pointed Eater in the direction of a website created for Railway Heights, a forthcoming development from the group planned for 8200 Washington Avenue. The website indicates that Railway Heights will be an ambitious venture, housing a grocery store, beer garden, container farm, and farmer’s market. According to Swamplot, at least 25 different food vendors will occupy the 22,860 square foot space.
Upping the ante, Railway Heights will also have its own dog park bar, a container bar that could potentially serve as a stage, all occupying the 13,000 square foot beer garden. The container farm will supply produce for a buffet-style salad bar called Let Us, and somehow a vending machine will be involved in salad delivery. Limited liability corporations registered for the project connect it to Silent Theatre Group, making Railway Heights that team’s third food hall-style project.
No food stalls for the Railway Heights development have been announced yet, but the development is currently accepting applications from potential vendors. The duo has already opened one food hall in Conservatory, and the much-anticipated Bravery Chef Hall is also in the works, and will house a restaurant from MasterChef winner Christine Ha, among other concepts.
Eater has reached out to Silent Theatre Group for more details on Railway Heights. Expect for it to open sometime in 2019. Bravery Chef Hall is set to debut in December.
- Meet Railway Heights: The New Wash Ave Food Hall and Beer Garden with a 600-Car Automated Garage Out Back [Swamplot]
- Conservatory Owners Plot New Food Hall for Upscale Downtown High Rise [EHOU]
Update, 9:46 a.m. — This post has been updated with more details on the opening of Bravery Chef Hall.