Saturday, October 26, 2013

East End Market

After what seemed like 2 years of construction The East End Market(link) has finally opened. This place is absolutely wonderful. Great collection of local food vendors. The brains behind The East End Market really care about supporting local vendors, goods and the local community.


There are a number of vendors, 10 I believe. Cheese shop, La Femme du Fromage; Seafood & Spanish provisions, La Brexta; Skyebird experimental juice bar; Bakery, Olde Hearth bread company; Produce and local meats, Local Roots; Hot sauce/sandwiches and soups, Houndstooth; Italian desserts and dishes, Fatto en Casa; Coffee bar, Lineage Roasting. There are also a couple other vendors that don't sell food, one sells decorative plants, Porch Therapy and another called Olde design.

Lineage Roasting Pour Over Coffee

Skyebird Experimental Juice Bar
Femme Du Fromage Cheese Styles Menu

Femme Du Fromage

Fatto in Casa

La Brexta Spanish Provisions

La Brexta Spanish Provisions

La Brexta Spanish Chorizo

La Brexta Spanish Provisions


Local Roots

Olde Hearth Bakery

Out front the market has a massive vegetable garden with lettuce, beans, peppers and much more.

East End Market is a gift to our city and it and the vendors deserve your patronage, go there ASAP and buy lots of food and goods.

In the future the market will be adding a Basque restaurant called Txokos from Chef Henry Salgado of the amazing Spanish River Grill in New Smyrna Beach.

Links to Vendors:

La Femme du Fromage:

Local Roots:

Houndstooth Sauce Company:

Lineage Coffee Roasting:

Fatto en Casa

Olde Hearth Bakery:

The market will also be having regular food events and classes, details here:

Location: 3201 Corrine Dr. Orlando, FL 32803 across from Blue Bird Bakery.

Get Directions
Or, take the Lynx Bus line 313 for Winter Park. The Corrine Drive stop is in front of East End Market. Check the route schedule for times.

Hours are:
Tues-Sat 10a-7p 
 Sun 11a-6p

East End Market on Urbanspoon

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