East End Market has transformed an empty church and has created a community-gathering place. This space is not only a visual delight, but also a place where folks can come and connect over food.
March 06, 2014
There's been a lot of talk about the East End Market ever since it opened in Orlando last fall. This local market has become the hub in the Audubon Park neighborhood. East End Market fits right in the Audubon Park Garden District; which is known for it's local and unique shops and restaurants.
March 04, 2014
Looking at loving your body a bit more with some juicing, but you don't have the time or energy to put into it? Skeybird is your juice haven. If you are looking for a raw lifestyle to fit your lifestyle you will find the support at Skeybird. They have two herbalists on staff along with a Certified Holistic Health Coach.
This local juice bar & experimental kitchen has been making hap and healthy customers since 2012. Krystal & Devin Edwards first started serving customers at local farmers' markets. They have since opened up their first retail location at the East End Market.
March 03, 2014
I wrapped up February with some fun local events. There is so much to do and enjoy in Orlando right now.
Last Tuesday I stopped by East End Market to listen to a couple of presentations by Rethinking the City. Rethinking the City has presentations once a month on positive ways we can impact Orlando. This month's discussion was about putting culture into alternative forms of transportation. There was also a presentation by Transit Interpretation Project (TrIP), an urban arts endeavor in Orlando.
Labels: A Look Ahead
February 27, 2014
I had heard delicious stories about the bánh mì sandwiches served at Nah Trang Subs. I had wanted to go for some time and it just never worked out. One of our times stopping by this small eatery we forgot it was cash only and left empty handed to an empty wallet.
February 25, 2014
I have heard many wonderful things about Se7ven bites from my friends who had enjoyed dining at this local eatery. I had wanted to make it over to this bakery located in the Milk District for some time, but it never seemed to work out. I was happy I finally got to visit the eatery with some of my local CFL Lady Bloggers.