A new dining hall concept called Conservatory Galleria will open Feb. 19 at the former location of The Roxy, bringing 11 vendors and two bar areas on opening day.

Anh Mai—who helped launch the original Conservatory food hall in Downtown—is not involved with the new Galleria project, officials said. Instead, Conservatory Galleria is being launched by Roveen Abante and Chase LoVullo—who run Be More Pacific and Sushi Rebel—alongside Abdulla Kudrath. The trio also formerly partnered on Reset Rooftop Lounge in Midtown.

The following restaurants will operate in the 12,000-square-foot space, according to a Feb. 13 news release:
  • Bird Haus: The concept first debuted in 2019 in the original Conservatory Downtown and will offer hot fried chicken served with cayenne butter at three different spice levels.
  • Blk Mkt Birria: Launched in 2016 by Elias Leija, the concept will offer birria in all forms of protein with other menu items, including quesadillas, loaded fries, tacos, tortas and burgers.
  • Cvche Kitchen: The concept will offer food prepared with traditional Peruvian techniques using fresh, local ingredients.
  • Clutch City Grill: The concept comes from the minds behind Clutch City Tacos, and will include both a steakhouse and burger bar.
  • La Taquiza Street Tacos: Menu items are made from family recipes from owner Oscar Garcia-Santaella traced back to Mexico City.
  • Luv'Em Leches: The bakery from Griselda Barrios specializes in tres leches with specialty flavors, including pina colada and strawberry.
  • Rollin Phatties: The Pakistani fusion concept started as a food truck and combines authentic South Asian flavors with other international elements. The eatery is known for paratha rolls, wraps filled with tender, chargrilled meats and homemade sauces.
  • SeoulSide Wings & Rice: Founder Jane Lim will bring a menu that specializes in Korean-fried chicken wings along with kimchi fries and honey butter fries. It will also offer bulgogi, katsu and tofu rice cups.
  • The Pita-Ria: The concept will feature handcrafted flatbread pizzas, including breakfast flatbreads, as well as soups, salads, hummus and dessert options.
  • Thrive: The juice shop will offer nutrient-rich, fresh juices, smoothies and acai bowls.
  • Wokker: The concept began as a food truck in 2014, specializing in food made from ingredients from traditional Asian dishes combined with elements of Southern cooking, including Texas barbecue and comfort food. Options will include pork belly fried rice, brisket egg rolls, and homemade kimchi.
The venue will also feature a mezzanine lounge that will provide seating on three levels and a shared patio. The bar areas will serve beer, wine and craft cocktails. A cocktail lounge call The Roxy Room will be an homage to the former tenant and will be rentable for private events. Future plans involve building a more expansive front patio, according to the release.

Founders also have plans to offer happy hour specials, weekend markets, car shows, live bands and DJs on weekends.