We wandered into this shiny new food hall (located in the repurposed Cavender Cadillac dealership) on our way to a concert downtown. Between the four of us, we tried six or so stalls, each a little larger than a food truck and surrounded by plenty of industrial seating at stools and shiny metal tables. Options include chicken wings, tenders, and salads from Thai Bird, and ceviches and grilled seafood from Pescado Bravo. Some standouts: the frostily delicious acai bowl from Buje Bev. Co. and Eet-up’s Make-Ready burger—a feast of beef, black beans, chips and jack queso. There’s also a bar and a spot to get gelato. It’s fun to go with a group and know that everyone will quickly find a favorite food, and this place didn’t disappoint. The space still has room for more vendors, and it hasn’t quite found its audience yet, so we had it almost to ourselves. But we suspect that a couple more months (and the cessation of street closures on Broadway) will make a difference—this is a neighborhood in transition from empty to full.