Chancery Market Food Hall opens


Chancery Market Food Hall & Bar opened today.

The 12,000-square-foot culinary collective and indoor/outdoor bar will feature dining experiences from around the world, curated by HQ Hospitality co-founder and chef Akhtar Nawab, an earlier release stated.

HQ has food halls and restaurants in various U.S. cities. The project was first announced in February.

It will be the second food hall on Market Street. The DuPont Building on Rodney Square is home to the DE.CO food hall.

“Chancery Market represents the start of exciting redevelopment projects for 1313 N. Market and 1201 N. Market,” said Scott Johnson, representing ownership of 1313 N. Market and TSG Hospitality LLC. “As our tenants continue to return to the office environment, Chancery Market and the adjacent outdoor plaza will be an exciting amenity for professionals in the city, as well as a welcoming gathering place for our wider community and visitors.”


The two buildings include Delaware’s tallest office building and what may still be known to long-time residents as the Hercules Building at 1313 N. Market, the site of Chancery Market.

Among the concepts coming to Chancery Market is an outpost of a New York City fried chicken spot Fuku. Six other concepts include burgers, pizza, vegan, hamburger, Asian and pizza.

Open seven days a week, Chancery Market Food Hall & Bar will include both shared and private dining space, seating for 233 people, and an indoor/outdoor bar.

Onsite garage parking will be available, with parking incentives for those who dine at Chancery Market.