Orlando Food Hall Coming to South Downtown Shopping Center
Add this one to the Orlando Area Food Hall Guide!
A 4,000 sq ft food hall and brewery is coming to a shopping center at 4761 S Orange Ave in Edgewood just south of Downtown according to Acre Commercial Real Estate. The new food hall will also feature a 4,000 sq ft outdoor biergarten, retrofitted from a portion of the parking lot, with trees, picnic tables, and green space according to Orlando Sentinel.
The restaurant lineup will include Swine & Sons, The Local Butcher, Da Kine Poke and an as-yet-unnamed pizza concept. The brewery will be called Gatlin Hall Brewing. The first 3 restaurants currently work together in a small food hall-type space in Winter Park. The new food hall will not replace the current one.
The name of the shopping center, which will also receive a major facelift, is Fort Gatlin. It's named after a fort in Orlando near the center established in 1838 during the Second Seminole War. It was named after Dr. John S. Gatlin, a U.S. Army Surgeon, who was killed in the Dade Massacre. The fort was abandoned a year after it was built.
Coming June 9th:
Just in time for Summer - an air conditioned farmers market! Join 21 local food makers including Orlando Meats, Greenery Creamery, and Pizza Bruno at the brand new downtown Indoor Farmers Market! Sip cocktails, eat lunch, and shop an all-local (and all-air conditioned!) food market Sunday June 9th 12-4pm in downtown Orlando at Celine, 22 S. Magnolia Ave (MAP).