East End Market
Orlando's culinary hub including a market hall, incubator and demo kitchens, restaurant, event space, and garden in Audubon Park, FL #LivingLocally
Vast array of artisanal vendors in one marketplace, from bakers to pasta makers to coffee roasters.
Amazing market with almost a dozen vendors ranging from smoothie and juice bar, bakery, beer and wine bar, plant shop, coffee shop, and yum food choices. Really lovely seating area in front and on the side of the market.
East End Market is a 2-storey market-cum-arcade that aims to showcase the best of what Central Florida has to offer in terms of cooked food, art, and fresh produce. The market also features some world-class restaurants, a large event space, a live-cooking area and office space. Check their website…
“Amazing place that has been around for ages. Monday nights host a farmers market and great food good people. Say hello to Jenna and let her know Tony sent you.”
“This is considered one of the top craft beer bars/breweries in the southeast. ”
“ A hip and eclectic eatery serving Pan-Asian flavors in a Latin American disguise. Take Cheena is for adventurous eaters. Flavors hail from all over Asia but are served in American style. Ever had a Korean beef empanada or an Indian butter chicken burrito? Definitely try the “JapaDog,” featuring Chinese sweet sausage, avocado-wasabi, fumi, cabbage mix and scallion. Just remember that you won’t find any yellow mustard here.”
“Orlando is also a fan of "small cakes" (cupcakes) and a number of shops in the city specialize in rotating an array of icing-topped hand-held treats. Blue Bird is well-know and consistently provides what some may call "ideal cakes" in texture. A word of warning, they may be cupcake-centric, as even their brownies carry this signature texture.”