View of the exterior of the Halle Gaillarde. A couple sits on a bench in front of the entrance

The Gaillard Hall aims to “restore attractiveness” to the south-Brive sector, to assert its “market function” and to promote the historical and built heritage of the surrounding area.

We gave it the nickname of Cathedral of Gastronomy due to its architectural signature. It was conceived and built with local companies, offering soft and pleasant acoustics, and benefits from air-conditioned organic construction.

The Hall: gaillard and responsible site!

  1. Un air-conditioned organic building located in the heart of the city which has a food offering excluding large-scale distribution
  2. A showcase of local and quality products
  3. Conviviality and sharing await you at lunchtime thanks to the catering areas set up throughout the Hall. 
  4. The Gaillard Hall has become the unmissable Sunday morning meeting place for breakfast, brunch, or lunch with family or friends. 

A wide range of quality products

Opened at the end of 2019 on Place Tassigny, the Hall is now home to many traders.

From the butcher to the delicatessen, from the baker to the cheese maker...

  • Clément's Counter (delicatessen, Italian and truffle products): Clément offers a selection of artisanal products, olive oils, honey, pastas, mustards, truffles, mushrooms, cold meats... what if we let ourselves be tempted by pasta with ham and truffle cream ?
  • Nico's Workshop (Coffee shop and tea): “Barista” Nicolas lets you discover his passion: coffee and tea in all its forms. Hot dishes served in jars and daily pastries complete the offering. We love eating at the counter at tea time!
  • Yohan Carlier caterer  : It's the Hall caterer. On site, there is enough to compose a garnished plate, between products from the rotisserie, traditional cooked dishes, Yohan is flexible to all your requests! Don't forget to place an order for your festive meals with friends or family! 
View of the interior of the gaillardia hall and a stand
  • Chez Lou Père Benoît : Benoît Berthy, an Objat producer of old apples, offers ciders, juices, compotes, fruits and vegetables from the vegetable garden and his range with a retail stand! A very fashionable new concept!
  • My little Paris : Hugo and JB are pleased to announce the birth of “Mon Petit Paris!” » We no longer present the Café de Paris. Another place, another atmosphere: a counter kitchen: rotisserie, dish of the day, burgers... the gaillard' touch!
  • The Tastevins Annex: The store "Les domaine du Tastevins" was set up at the Hall with the aim of offering an original and larger approach to wines from France and elsewhere. The team will be able to advise you on how to add flavor to your festive moments as well as your impromptu aperitifs.
  • Maison Farges, florist: 3 generations of women take turns selling plants, floral arrangements and cut flowers. They will be able to adapt to your needs. Accessible outside the Hall's opening hours, for all occasions, say it with flowers!
  • Booth : Historically, the last kiosk in Brive simply moved a few meters to a more friendly location. Just like the florist, he benefits from easy access outside the Hall's opening hours. Scratch tickets, daily or weekly press, you always need a kiosk near your home!
  • Paul : We no longer present the Paul bakery. In the heart of the Hall, a range of sweet and savory delicacies: breads of all kinds, pastries and sandwich shops flourish under this cathedral. To be enjoyed without moderation!
  • The Ankle butcher shop : wide choice of “homemade” meats and cold cuts as well as a catering section to satisfy both kids and adults. A wide variety of top quality and delicious products that you won't be able to live without.
  • The Quercynoise : A Gaillard Hall without fat would be heresy! Foie gras, fresh or canned duck and goose breasts, derived products will make you salivate! This web-footed specialist is a multi-medalist at various agricultural fairs. To consume without hesitation!
  • The Puy Lenty Farm : Breeder and producer, Hervé is the reference in goat cheeses. The goats are raised in the open air of Corrèze, a few steps from here! You can even find “fancy” cheeses like aperitif cabecous, fresh truffled goat cheese (in season), or even flavored with fig, or garlic and parsley…
  • Radiane : Need to escape ? Attracted by the smells of spices and simmering dishes, no doubt. Chez Radiane you will find oriental dishes, pastries and spices!
  • Gaillard Fish : With daily arrivals, Florian Gérard offers you a wide range of fish and shellfish. A “sea caterer” section will soon be added.

A place made for entertainment

In summer, entertainment, concerts are scheduled regularly thanks to a partnership between Brive Tourisme and the Hall traders' association. Every Sunday, a concert is offered at the end of the morning on the terrace. Tables and chairs are set up, allowing you to taste dishes purchased from the Hall's traders while enjoying the musical entertainment. 

Consult our article “Detox Sunday" for more information. 

Useful information

Opening hours of Gaillarde Hall

The Hall is open from Tuesday to Sunday.

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday : 7:30 a.m. to 14 p.m. 
Friday and Saturday from 7:30 a.m. to 19 p.m.
Sunday from 9 a.m. to 16 p.m. (from May 8)

Consult the “adjusted” schedules for end-of-year celebrations or other events.

Where do you park at the Gaillard Hall?

Ideally located, enjoy the underground car park Thiers, to make your purchases easier.

Free for the first half hour, it will only cost you 1 euro on Saturday!

Outdoors, just a stone's throw away, the Winston Churchill car park has around a hundred places and we're giving you the first 2 hours as a gift!

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Our tip The Gaillard Hall, meeting place for gourmets

View of a young woman carrying a shopping bag and heading towards the entrance to the gaillardia hall

It's a market where we advise you to come with a large basket as the traders' stalls are so tempting. Here you will find culinary specialties that make gourmet Brive famous: foie gras, cheeses, nuts, strawberries, raspberries... but also delicatessens, roasteries... It's difficult to resist all these temptations and no one will blame you for sitting down at a table for a little snack. A new friendly place where we like to linger for lunch on site or simply "have a bite to eat".

Gaillard Hall
Place Maréchal de Lattre de Tassigny
19100 BRIVE
05 87 09

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