East End Market in Audubon Park

As many times as I’ve driven by it, I’ve never fully noticed East End Market being developed in Audubon Park. It’s right near Blue Bird Bake Shop and Ice Cream Treats & Eats. Of course, curiosity got the best of me (as it always does) so I had to do a little research.

East End Market in Audubon Park

East End Market is a neighborhood market and cultural food hub inspired by Central Florida’s local farmers and food artisans. Through collaboration and creativity, we strive to cultivate an appreciation for our true sustenance, a better understanding of our food system, and a dynamic local economy.”

Here’s a rendering of what the final development is expected to be (source: EastEndMkt.com) :

East End Market Graphic

Cute, right?!

You can find out more information about this by visiting EastEndMkt.com, and specifically their “About” section. You can also Follow @EastEndMkt on Twitter and on Facebook. And if you have any info or insight about the development of this initiative we’d love to hear about it.

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Categories: Food, Green Scene, News

Author:Ashley K. Edwards

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3 Comments on “East End Market in Audubon Park”

  1. Wednesday, 4 September 2013 at 9:27 am #

    Soooooo looking forward to EEM opening!🙂

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