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3 Food Halls in the Orlando Area

Morgan Danielle

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Food halls are collections of local restaurants and shops in one standalone building. This provides an assortment of goods and eats within one-stop rather than making you drive all over town to different shops. In Orlando, land of low walkability scores, food halls are concepts that bring people flocking together—and for good reason!

Food halls create an aesthetically pleasing destination with an injection of a little something of everything. Most food halls aim to provide a pleasant variety of options from dessert stops to breakfast and lunch locations to a variety of retailers. Orlando is home to three main food halls with many in the works as this trend continues to be a success. Take a look at East End Market, Boxi Park at Lake Nona, and Plant Street Market, then schedule a day to head out and experience the location for yourself.

East End Market

Audubon Park is home to the adorable two-story food hall East End Market. This neighborhood market has brought together a collection of artisans, bakers, and chefs. You’ll have your pick of breakfast, lunch, and dinner options, including places for a coffee break or decadent dessert. In addition to all the local businesses that call East End Market home, guests will find a working market garden on the premises.

Here’s what you can expect to find inside:

  • Dochi
  • Winter Park Biscuit Company
  • Gideon’s Bakehouse
  • Freehand Goods
  • La Femme du Fromage
  • Lineage Coffee Roasting
  • Hinckley's Fancy Meats
  • Farm & Haus
  • Domu
  • Porch Therapy
  • Olde Hearth Bread Company
  • APGD
  • Skyebird Juice Bar
  • Edible Orlando
  • Cuisiniers
  • Steven Miller Photography
  • Overeasy Events

Address: 3201 Corrine Dr, Orlando, FL 32803

Boxi Park at Lake Nona

Boxi Park at Lake Nona brings together world-class chefs for flavors you don’t want to miss. Get everything from craft cocktails and wine to lobster fries and chicken sandwiches. Boxi Park isn’t just about food (even though they have an excellent selection to pick from). Bring the little ones by the kids' playground, take a run down one of the trails, enjoy live music during one of their scheduled events, or let Fido make a friend at the Barxi Park.

Boxi Park is part of the Tavistock Restaurant Collection which uses Boxi Park for incubation purposes. This means you can get a first-hand experience of exciting new restaurant concepts.

Boxi Park regulars can also benefit as a Preferred Guest with the Tavistock Restaurant rewards program. This will work at all Tavistock Restaurant Collection locations.

Here’s what you can expect to find at Boxi Park:

  • Before It Melts
  • Claw & Order
  • Fowl Play
  • Hops and Vine
  • La Cajita
  • The Grill Next Door
  • Cañonita
  • Park Pizza & Brewing Co.
  • Bar Nona

Address: 6877 Tavistock Lakes Blvd, Orlando, FL 32827

Plant Street Market

Plant Street Market in historic downtown Winter Garden includes roughly 20 vendors to provide you with yummy treats, drinks, and goods. Stop by this artisan market for live entertainment and local products. The market, with a varied list of vendors, has a little something for everyone. Browse the market and enjoy the atmosphere, it might just become your new favorite weekend spot.

Here’s what you’ll find at Plant Street Market from shops to beverages:

  • Jodo Sushi
  • Butcher and Market
  • Press’d
  • Michael’s Ali Coal Fired Pizza
  • Ceviche Mix
  • Sir Benji’s Donuts
  • This Little Piggy
  • Mac’d Out
  • Crooked Can Brewing Company
  • Antiquiteas
  • Axum Coffee
  • David Ramirez Chocolates
  • Wild Florida Honey
  • 02 Breathe
  • Morthan Cheese
  • Paleteria

Address: 426 W Plant St, Winter Garden, FL 34787

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