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They had notices on the door stating that filming was in progress when I walked by at lunch today. I'd bet there will be video or tv spot popping up before they open. The place looked close to complete when I peaked through the glass.

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Sorry for the delay!  Was this what you had in mind, @bobruss?    

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They are currently having their soft opening and I walked in here tonight to take a look at the menus and interior - did not eat.  This place looks awesome and should have a really great atmosphere.  Very excited to eat here for dinner and grab drinks at the bar - huge addition to the neighborhood.

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This looks amazing. Love what they did with the old greenhouse, and how they made the mini park; a part of the project. Gives it a whole different vibe when you go outside. Also looks like it's doing pretty good in terms of business. 

Loving all the extra dining options that are in downtown now. I wonder how this is going to pan out in the long term?

 

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On 7/26/2019 at 10:19 PM, TheSirDingle said:

This looks amazing. Love what they did with the old greenhouse, and how they made the mini park; a part of the project. Gives it a whole different vibe when you go outside. Also looks like it's doing pretty good in terms of business. 

Loving all the extra dining options that are in downtown now. I wonder how this is going to pan out in the long term?

 

 

Its a nice twist on a growing format here. The food hall scene has really exploded of late, but this definitely will stand out with it being focused not on particular offerings, but specifically on chefs.

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I went to Bravery Chef Hall with friends on Saturday night and it stayed busy the whole time we were there.  They still have some things to button up including the temporary A/C they have piped into the side of the building but overall I really enjoyed it.  They could use a few more tables in my opinion but maybe having that endless musical chairs type of demand is a marketing strategy.  Keeps you looking like the place to be.  

 

We all had food from different vendors and everyone really enjoyed their meal...I think this place is a winner.

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Also went Saturday, and again Monday. Good vibe. Nice wine and beer selection at the central bar. Seems to be working on ventilation issues, but overall great addition to downtown.  Not to mention that Saturday, downtown, around Main St./Market Square was absolutely buzzing.

 

The outdoor bar/"secret garden" patio area facing main is gorgeous.

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