The Daily City (Website) hosted their first-ever indoor farmers market this past Sunday and it was an obvious success.

The inaugural event succeeded in attracting an estimated 1,500+ shoppers on Sunday, June 9. Our Instagram followers were treated to a video of a line that was wrapping around the block.

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Market vendors sold a variety of items including specialty mushrooms, organic produce, micro-greens, pasture-raised chickens, pastries, freshly baked bread, and more and featured a curated list of local businesses including Frog Song Produce, Fleet Farming, Wild Ocean Seafood, and Tamale Co.

The proof-of-concept event was hosted in Celine at 22 S. Magnolia Avenue [GMap].

The Daily City’s owner/operator, Mark Baratelli, told Bungalower that he is currently assessing the next steps for the concept but we’re betting we’ll see a couple more indoor markets from him before the end of the summer.

Editor’s Note: Baratelli actually threw his hat into the ring for the Downtown Orlando Farmers Market Manager gig back in 2017, but it was awarded to Red Top Productions instead.

Brendan O'Connor

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