The attractive downtown food hall that’s as handy for office workers on their lunch break as it is for party animals heading out for a night on the town has reopened with six local tenants.  All the restaurants are counter-order, with food available to go or to eat in the soaring lobby or on the landscaped terrace. There’s The Market for sandwiches, pizzas, and salads; Henbit (by the chefs who own much-lauded Emmer & Rye), with unusual bowls and such (also a fabulous monster cookie); TLV (also from Emmer & Rye), with Israeli street food; French-ish selections from Austin Rotisserie (good chicken with fingerling potatoes); and Little Wu (from Wu Chow), with dumplings, pot stickers, noodle dishes like the decent Szechuan-style braised beef, and the mind-blowing matcha-white-chocolate-chip cookie. Taco Pegaso and two bars round things out.