East End Front

East End Market (Website | Facebook) is back open this Saturday after temporarily closing. They opened for their grand opening weekend but had to close to restock and handle some City of Orlando code issues.

East End Market is a neighborhood market and food hub located at 3201 Corrine Drive (at East End Ave) [GMap].

The Market showcases some of Central Florida’s top food entrepreneurs, tradespeople, artists, and chefs.

The two-story structure is home to a dozen merchants, a large event space, a demonstration kitchen, an incubator kitchen, offices, retail shops, a full-time, award-winning caterer and a restaurant.

The first floor hosts ten independently owned businesses offering local produce, meats, daily  baked bread, Italian prepared meals, sweets, Kombucha, organic juice, raw food specialties, artisan cheeses, savory soups and sauces, and more. Contiguous to the market hall will be a farm-fresh restaurant, Txokos Basque Kitchen, a new culinary concept from the owners of Spanish River Grill.

The property is landscaped with Florida-friendly varietals, as well as home to a working market garden.

The hours of operation for East End Market are Tuesday through Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and Sunday 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

The merchants include:

Fatto in Casa (wholesome, high quality ingredients, prepared food & Italian Specialties)

Houndstooth Sauce Company (Red & White BBQ Sauces, marinades, dressings, glazes, dipping sauces, rubs, soups, sandwiches, salads & apparel)

La Bretxa Seafood Market and Spanish Provisions (seafood market focused on sourcing wild-caught Florida seafood and spanish provisions)

La Femme du Fromage (hand crafted, artisan cheeses from around the world)

Linage Coffee Roasting (craft coffee)

Local Roots Farm Store (local produce, artisan foods and craft beer)

Olde Hearth Bread (breads and pastries)

Old Inc (furniture and decor)

Skyebird Juice Bar and Experimental Kitchen (local and organic juices, smoothies, kombucha and full raw food menu)

Porch Therapy — 99 Market (paintings, floral and gifts)

Click here for past Bungalower coverage of East End Market >>

We stopped in today as the merchants were putting some last-minute touches on their area:

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