As an extension of our recently launched milk crate furniture project in Orlando’s Milk District Main Street, we have recently unleashed some more pop-up street furniture in the City Beautiful, and this time they’re in Ivanhoe Village.

We have released two high-top tables into Ivanhoe Village that will slowly make their way through the Main Street from business to business, to help encourage social distancing and sitting outdoors while still supporting local shops.

The project was fully-sponsored by our amazing friends at Interstruct, Inc. (Website) and Interstruct CEO Ryan Young who love all things hyper-local even more than we do.

The pieces were hand-built by the wizards at Vudoo Wood (Instagram | Website) and the sponsorship signs were donated by the amazing team at White Sign Company, which also helped us with our special Celestial Apes mural in the neighboring Mills 50 District.

If you’re feeling up to supporting a local bar/restaurant but are too nervous to go inside, consider saddling up at one of these over the coming weeks. You can currently find our mobile hightop social-distancing tables at Ivanhoe Park Brewing Company (Facebook | Website) and in front of The Matador (Facebook | Website) and Orlando Meats (Facebook | Website)

Brendan O'Connor

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