The East End Market is a local food hub that celebrates community and food culture in Orlando's Audubon Park Garden District. The indoor market showcases the city's best artists, chefs, food entrepreneurs, and tradesmen. The structure boasts two stories and packed within are offices, retail shops, a large event space, a demonstration kitchen, an incubator kitchen, and a world-class restaurant. The inspiration behind the hub is drawn from local farmers and food-enthused artisans -- all joined together to create a transparent relationship with the food system to the public.
The East End Market offers freshly baked bread, sushi, coffee, organic options, raw foods, sauces, soups, flowers, and more. Notably, it is a space that celebrates food culture as a means of fostering a sense of collaboration and community.
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The East End Market Showcases Orlando's Local Food System
1. Local Food Hubs - Creating community-oriented spaces that celebrate local food culture and foster collaboration.
2. Transparent Food Systems - Establishing transparent relationships between food producers, artisans, and the public.
3. Community-driven Markets - Building indoor markets that showcase local artists, chefs, and entrepreneurs, while also providing office and event spaces.
1. Food and Beverage - Exploring opportunities to create innovative, community-focused food hubs.
2. Hospitality - Integrating transparent food systems and community-driven markets into hotels and restaurants.
3. Urban Development - Incorporating local food hubs and markets into urban development projects to enhance community engagement.