Union Hall is bringing the food hall dining experience to downtown Waco, serving a range of different tastes and offering the added nourishment of community. Taking its cue from European markets, Union Hall brings local chefs and entrepreneurs under one roof, offering delicious and diverse dining options from multiple stalls while friends, families and neighbors dine at common tables. Union Hall puts a local and modern spin on things by hosting special community events throughout the year and embracing the history and culture of the Franklin Avenue address.

Our History

Union Hall pays homage to the history embodied in the 700 block of Franklin Avenue. This corner was once home to the Waco Labor Temple building, the last labor temple in the state of Texas. The buildings adjacent to the former Temple, which were once full-service gas stations and automotive shops, are now home to innovative culinary venues.

What we're about

Union Hall is for everyone. Friends who meet for brunch, families who have different tastes to satisfy, folks just stopping by for a beer and a bite and more. Stay tuned to this site for Union Hall special events including live music and shopping pop-ups. Aside from offering a number of new eateries to Waco, Union Hall also gives emerging culinary talent a place to ply their trade and dazzle Waco’s taste buds. Serving as a restaurant incubator is a win-win for budding chefs and Waco diners.