By Jon Busdeker

Market on Magnolia Eatery and Bar, the first food hall in Downtown Orlando, will officially open for lunch starting this Thursday at 11 a.m. although they’ve been in soft opening since Monday from 6 p.m.-midnight. 

The new eatery, which replaces Frank and Steins, the gourmet hot dog restaurant, features three independently run food kiosks; Gnarly Barley Downtown, Da Kine Poke and a brick-oven pizza option from Anthony’s Pizza in Thornton Park.

Frank and Steins closed earlier this year after more than six years in business.

Bungalower got a sneak peek at the new restaurant, which now includes long communal tables and roughly 40 beers on tap. Market on Magnolia will also offer nitro coffee drinks from Foxtail Coffee Co.

On most nights, Market on Magnolia will serve food until 1 a.m. and the bar will stay open until 2 a.m.

A grand opening celebration will be held later this year. No date has been announced.

Editor’s Note: We first wrote about this new food hall concept HERE in June, 2017.

Jon Busdeker

Jon Busdeker is a freelance journalist and videographer. He lives in College Park and is a co-host of "Bungalower and The Bus." Check out his website at

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