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  1. Evening Exchange: Friday May 17th 6-10pm

    Howdy neighbors…. We are stoked you found this page about our Evening Exchange event series.

    Here’s the lowdown:

    Each month on the 3rd Friday (6-10pm) we host an event called the Evening Exchange (EvEx) where we bring together incredible local makers, retailers, curators, thought leaders and risk takers. As a community, this event is our chance to show off the amazing talent we have right here in Central Florida and to celebrate the vibrant place we call home.

    With live interactive workshops, trendsetting makers, culinary demonstration, specialty cocktail bars, food specials and all of our neighbors hanging out, its always a great event.

    One that we hope creates an ecosystem to nurture more homegrown concepts, mash-ups and memorable moments in our fair City.

    As each event approaches you can check this page to see the workshop and vendor line up.

    May Workshop List:
    Macrame Workshop w/ Kate Knots – BUY TICKETS HERE  – @kateknots

    Live Screen Printing Tote Bags & Posters w/ Masses Cooperative – BUY TICKETS HERE@printmasses

    Ikebana Workshop w/ Porch Therapy – BUY TICKETS HERE@porchtherapy

    Food Photography 101 & Demo w/ A Cup of Charming & Chef Jes Tantalo – BUY TICKETS HERE@acupofcharming & @chefjestantalo

    May Vendor List:
    Bottom Stung Beekeepers – @bottomstungbeekeepersllc
    Owl’s Attic – @the_owls_attic
    Krisp – @krisp.treats
    Pretty Peacock Paperie – @prettypeacockpaperie
    Luna Nueva Apothecary – @luna_nueva_apothecary
    Wash & Wik – @washandwik
    The Spunky Stork – @spunkystork
    David Lawrence Photography – @iamdavidlawrence
    Beth Autumn – @bethautumnart
    Invisible Twin Studio – @invisibletwinstudio
    Edward R Knives – @ed_jits
    Secret Society Goods – @secretsocietygoods
    Nicole Macaron – @nicolemacaronco
    Bahaari – @bahaari_ea
    Urban Apothecary – @urban_apothecary
    Styled With Stones – @styledwithstones
    Hotsie Totsie Vintage – @hotsietotsievintage
    Curated Dry Goods – @curateddrygoods
    Nightbreed Creations – @nightbreed_creations
    Project Pop – @eatprojectpop
    Beaux Studios – @beauxstudios
    Brott’s Beard Care – @brottsbeardcare
    Tierra Bonita – @tierrabonitaco
    Fig & Flour – @figandflourbakery
    Avenue A Eatery – @avenueaeatery
    WoodRoze – @woodroze
    Eola Pets – @eolapets
    Lavender Menace – @lavendermenacedesigns
    Jacked Up Tacos – @jackeduptacos
    BWH Plant Co – @bwhplantco
    Pass Progressive Cuisine – @thepassprogressivecuisine
    Van Cam – @the.vancam
    DOMU – @domufl

    Additional Information:
    NOTE: Parking can be a challenge in Audubon Park so we have partnered with LYFT to offer a $5 discount on your fare to the first 60 riders coming to the event. Use LYFT code EVEXMAY17 on the evening of the event to get your discount. The code is good from 5pm to 11pm on the day of the event. You can also click here to link to the code.

    If you do choose to drive please review this parking map to help you find a place to park during the event.

    NOTE: The best place to park is at the Audubon Park School just 2 blocks away. There is ample parking in their well-lit parking lot.

    Lastly, if you would like to apply for consideration as a vendor for future events – you can apply HERE.

     

  2. Evening Exchange: Friday April 19th 6-10pm

    Howdy neighbors…. We are stoked you found this page about our Event Exchange event series.

    Here’s the lowdown:

    Each month on the 3rd Friday (6-10pm) we host an event called the Evening Exchange (EvEx) where we bring together incredible local makers, retailers, curators, thought leaders and risk takers. As a community this event is our chance to show off the amazing talent we have right here in Central Florida and to celebrate the vibrant place we call home.

    With live interactive workshops, trendsetting makers, culinary demonstration, specialty cocktail bars, food specials and all of our neighbors hanging out, its always a great event.

    One that we hope creates an ecosystem to nurture more homegrown concepts, mash-ups and memorable moments in our fair City.

    As each event approaches you can check this page to see the workshop and vendor line up.

    Workshops:

    Beginner Wood Burning: Spoon or Coaster Workshop by Alyssa Makes Something [LINK]

    Save The Bees Workshop by Bottom Stung Beekeepers [LINK]

    Living Portrait by Porch Therapy [SOLD OUT]

    How To Make Kombucha by Humble Bumble Kombucha [LINK]

    How to Shuck and Prepare Florida oysters by East End’s Chef Jes Tantalo [SOLD OUT]

    Additional Information:

    NOTE: Parking can be a challenge in Audubon Park so we have partnered with LYFT to offer a $5 discount on your fare to the first 60 riders coming to the event. Use LYFT code EVEXAPRIL19 on the evening of the event to get your discount. The code is good from 5pm to 11pm on the day of the event. You can also click here to link to the code.

    If you do chose to drive please review this parking map to help you find a place to park during the event.

    NOTE: The best place to park is at the Audubon Park School just 2 blocks away. There is ample parking in their well lit parking lot.

    Lastly if you would like to apply for consideration as a vendor for future events – you can apply HERE.

    Vendors:

    Bottom Stung Beekeepers @bottomstungbeekeepersllc
    Alyssa Makes Something @alyssamakessomething
    Humble Bumble Kombucha @humblebumblekombucha
    Owl’s Attic @the_owls_attic
    Peach Petals @peacepetalsart
    Rockhaus @rockhausmetals
    Kate Knots @kateknots
    Earth Girl Products @earthgirlproducts
    Spunky Stork @spunkystork
    Just Okay Things @justokayco
    Minik Collection @minik_collection
    Brandelane @brandelane
    Hanger & Cloth @hangerandcloth
    Gypset @gypsetco
    Nicole Macaron @nicolemacaronco
    Bahaari @bahaari_ea
    Urban Apothecary @urban_apothecary
    Swan City @swancityorlando
    Wash & Wik @washandwik
    Rattlesnake Soap Co @rattlesnakesoapco
    Depalma World @depalmaworld
    Overeasy Events @overeasy_events
    Wandering Ash Tree @wanderingashtree
    Koozeh Pottery @koozehpottery
    Katinka’s Nourishing Kitchen @katinkas.nourishing.kitchen
    Alma Candles @alma_candles
    Bet’s Bars @bets_bars
    Beaux Studios @beauxstudios
    Lavender Menace @lavendermenacedesigns
    Ceylon Hut @theceylonhut
    Nearby Naturals @nearbynaturals
    Oyster Bob’s Nautical Nonsense @oysterbobsnauticalnonsense
    Pass Progressive Cuisine @thepassprogressivecuisine
    Van Cam @the.vancam
    Sugar Rush Marshmallows @sugarrushmarshmallows
    Porch Therapy @porchtherapy
    DOMU @domufl

     

  3. Celebrate Spring With A Healthy Lunch Pop-Up from EEM and Cuisiniers

    Celebrate Spring With A Healthy Lunch Pop-Up from EEM and Cuisiniers

    Springtime and warmer weather is here! That means goodbye sweaters, and hello short sleeves and sunshine! If you’re ready to spring clean your eating habits along with that wardrobe, we’ve got the perfect pop-up for you.

    On Friday, April 12th from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM, East End Market is partnering with award winning Cuisiniers Catered Cuisine & Events to introduce a vibrant, healthy alternative to your typical workday lunch!

    Designed for busy employees and local organizations, Cuisiniers’ new Healthy Lunch Bowl menu is a fresh addition to their well-loved lineup of delicious specialties.

    This menu features items like vegan quinoa power bowls with roasted butternut squash, taco-spiced chicken with sofrito, and ultra low-carb, keto-friendly seared mahi mahi over napa cabbage, giving Orlando locals something fresh to look forward to at their next corporate affair. All bowls are dairy and gluten free.

    Regularly priced at $10-15/pp, Cuisiniers’ Healthy Bowls will be available on April 12th for a one day only special price of $5 per bowl! That’s less than the cost of a burger and fries, and much better for you, too.

    How it works:

    Peruse the bowls in the menu below and place your pre-order HERE.  Order for your office mates or just yourself.

    [ORDER YOUR BOWLS HERE]

    For the Office Hero that needs a quick pick up for the team, just specify which time block you’d like your bowls to be ready by. If your schedule permits, however, stay a while and enjoy lunch in East End Market’s beautiful ballroom, or in the outdoor dining and garden areas!

    Note: For those dining in there will be non-alcoholic beverages available to accompany your meal.

    We look forward to nourishing you!

    [ORDER YOUR BOWLS HERE]

    Brisket Beef Bowl
    Combines our Flavorful Slow Cooked Beef Brisket, Seasoned Tomatoes, Avocado, Roasted Corn, Zesty Black Beans, Sofrito & Brown Rice. Regularly $12.5/pp – discounted to $5/pp for this event

    Pan Asian Bowl
    Combines Bronzed Salmon, Seaweed Salad, Marinated Cucumbers, Sliced Radishes, Soba Noodles & Miso Vinaigrette
    Regularly $14.5/pp – discounted to $5/pp for this event

    Black Bean Burrito Bowl
    A delicious combination of Black Beans & Garbanzo Beans, Tomato Salsa, Avocado, Brown Rice, Lime Wedge & Honey Lime Vinaigrette.
    Regularly $10/pp – discounted to $5/pp for this event

    Quinoa Power Bowl
    Roasted Butternut Squash, Toasted Almonds, Currents, Pickled Red Cabbage, Toasted Quinoa, Edamame & White Balsamic Vinaigrette.
    Regularly $11/pp – discounted to $5/pp for this event

    Cuban Chicken Bowl
    Taco Spiced Chicken, Black Beans, Sofrito, Mango, Sweet Plantains, Brown Rice & Tomato Vinaigrette.
    Regularly $13/pp – discounted to $5/pp for this event

    Fish Taco Bowl
    Seared Mahi Mahi, Napa Cabbage, Black Beans, Pickled Onions, Guacamole & Smok
    ed Tomato Vinaigrette
    Regularly $15/pp – discounted to $5/pp for this event

     

    [ORDER YOUR BOWLS HERE]

  4. Evening Exchange at East End Market

    Howdy neighbors…. We are excited to announce a new event series at the market.

    Starting Friday March 15th and each month on the 3rd Friday (6-10pm) we’ll be hosting an event we’re calling the Evening Exchange (EvEx).

    One of our core missions at East End is to be a venue where the foodprenuers and artisan makers of Central Florida take center stage.

    Through our programming, long term merchants, kitchen users and rotating pop-ups we’ve always worked to empower folks looking to bring authentic and innovative products and services to our community.

    The Evening Exchange (EvEx) is expanding this vision with a signature monthly event where our area’s best, come together for an evening to delight, inspire and empower Central Floridians.

    With live interactive workshops, trendsetting makers, culinary demonstration, specialty cocktail bars, food specials and all of you hanging with your neighbors, it will be an incredibly synergistic event. One that we hope creates an ecosystem to nurture more homegrown concepts, mash-ups and memorable moments in our fair City.

    We want to showcase all the incredible local makers, retailers, curators, thought leaders and risk takers. As a community this event is our chance to show off the amazing talent we have right here in Central Florida and to celebrate the vibrant place we call home.

    Please return to this page as the event approaches for updates on the interactive workshops, demos and other event information.

    Workshops:

    Modern Calligraphy Workshop: Acrylic Signs – by Littera

    [SOLD OUT] Alcohol Ink 101: 8×10″ Artwork– by Lemesto

    Floral Workshop– by Porch Therapy

    [SOLD OUT] DOMU  How to Make Gyoza Demonstration 

    Evening Jewelry Workshop– by Gypset

    Date Night– by Overeasy Events and Cuisiniers.

     

    NOTE: Parking can be a challenge in Audubon Park so we have partnered with LYFT to offer a $5 discount on your fare to the first 50 riders coming to the event. Use LYFT code EEMEVEX2019 on the evening of the event to get your discount.  Code is good from 5pm to 11pm on the day of the event.  Additionally Lyft is celebrating women owned businesses and East End’s own Florida and Co, owned by Emily Rankin is one of the select business that you can visit in March and get $10 off your ride with code WHMMCO2019.  Use it on the night of the Exchange and say hello to Emily and the rest of the amazing women owned business at East End.

    A big thanks to the following vendors for partnering with us on this kick-off eventand sharing their talent and vision with the neighbors, families and friends who’ll attend.

    If you would like to be apply for consideration as a vendor for future events – you can apply HERE.


     

     

     

    Vendor Instagram Handle
    Gidget Mobile Boutique @shopgidget
    Hanger & Cloth @hangerandcloth
    Rockhaus Metals @rockhausmetals
    Naked Bar Soap @nakedbarsoapco
    Everbee @shopeverbee
    Bahaari @bahaari_ea
    Deli Fresh Threads @delifreshthreads
    Julie Habers Ceramics @harbjul
    Beaux Studios @beauxstudios
    Gypset @gypsetco
    Swan City @swancityorlando
    Woof Orlando @wooforlando
    Littera @lit.te.ra
    Brott’s Beard Care @brottsbeardcare
    Owl’s Attic @the_owls_attic
    The Folklohr @thefolklohr
    Project Luna Rock @projectlunarock
    JB Oak Barrel @jboakbarrel
    Depalma World @depalmaworld
    Bloomwolf Studio @bloomwolfstudio
    La Empanda @laempanadatruck
    Papa Llama @papallamaco
    Mochi Dochi @mochidochico
    Humble Bumble Kombucha @humblebumblekombucha
    Lemesto @lemesto.art
    Bottom Stung Bee Keepers @BottomStungBeekeepersllc
    Semilla Nativa @semillanativa_us
    Domu @domufl
    Secret Society Goods @secretsocietygoods
    Foundation Records @foundationcollegepark
    Fleeting Farming @fleetfarming
    Porch Therapy @porchtherapy
    Land of Alice @landofalicestudio
    Overeasy Events @overeasy_events
  5. Behind the Knife with Matt Hinckley

    Michelin-starred Chef Matt Hinckley channels his years of experience in top notch restaurants around the globe into meats. After working in kitchens from New Zealand to New York City, Matt moved down to Orlando with the intention of seeing what the town needed. Without the connections to open a restaurant, he reconnected with Emily Rankin of Florida & Co. (what used to be Local Roots) who had just bought an old Butcher Shop in Lake Helen. Matt used this property to launch his meat business, Hinckley’s Fancy Meats. Instead of selling to restaurants and grocery stores, Matt decided to sell directly to the consumer. His first buyer was New York Times Food Editor Sam Sifton, who instantly fell in love with his product. A few months later, Hinckley’s charcuterie box was included in the New York Times 2017 Holiday Gift Guide. Sales skyrocketed as people all over the United States were scrambling to get their taste of Hinckley’s meats. Although this was wonderful for business, Hinckley wanted to bring more attention to his brand locally. East End Market has been a major part of this process, starting around two years ago when Hinckley began selling his meat products on Emily Rankin’s shelves of Florida & Co.. Hinckley’s Fancy Meats will now be East End’s newest tenant, and locals couldn’t be more excited.

    Aside from Hinckley’s Fancy Meats’ large selections of deli cuts and cured meats, their space at East End will have sandwiches, deli boards, and selections of pâtés, roulades, terrines, and rillettes. On beautiful wooden boards from fallen hurricane trees, Hinckley’s meat will embody the local food movement dream of East End: his charcuterie and sandwiches will be paired with bread from Olde Hearth Bakery, vegetables from the organic gardens of Farm & Haus and Fleet Farming, and even honey from the bees on East End’s roof. All of their meat will be available for purchase by the pound as well, and will still be available online for Hinckley’s fans all over the country. I asked Matt some questions about meat, the contents of his fridge, and what we can expect from his first brick and mortar shop, and my mouth is already watering.

    If you could only eat one animal for the rest of your life, what would it be?

    The pig is a pretty versatile beast, especially when you consider the myriad of cooking techniques you can apply to it (like dry cured charcuterie!).

    What five ingredients could you not live without?

    Sea salt, good olive oil, tomatoes, potatoes, and cardoons (cardoons are the love child of celery and artichoke hearts).

    Favorite late night grub?

    Chinese.  I will eat ALL the egg rolls.

    Go-to condiment?

    Hot Sauce!

    What is your favorite product that you sell and why?

    Tasso is both the most versatile and most flavorful product that I offer.

    What’s your favorite flavor combination?

    Today it’s Fennel & Orange.

    If we opened your fridge right now, what would we find?

    There’s so many condiments in my fridge that there’s little room for anything else.

    What’s the last meal that you cooked?

    White beans and escarole with Tasso ham.

    What’s your favorite way to prepare meat? 

    I like the tougher cuts that require slow and slow cooking. Preferably over fire.

    Favorite thing about East End?

    I think all of the shops complement each other and there’s something for everyone.

    What ingredients are in the charcuterie box that was featured in the New York Times? 

    Tasso, Smoked Headcheese, Country Pate, Bacon Liverwurst, Spuma Di Lardo, Smoked Antelope Sausage, Duck Ham, Duck Rillette.

    You just got off work and you want to grab some drinks. Where are you going and what are you drinking?

    I’m going home to get over-hydrated on La Croix sparkling water.  I quit drinking alcohol a few years ago.

    Favorite local hangout?

    My second home is Gracie-Barra North Orlando with all my Jiujitsu and Muay Thai friends.

    You’re on a time crunch and you’ve only got 30 minutes to prepare a great dinner. What are you making?

    Salmon with wilted greens and some sort of vinaigrette.  Meyer lemon!

    After running a restaurant in NYC, how does the Orlando food scene compare? 

    I think Orlando is finally coming onto the scene. There’s a great community of people who are demanding better food options and the market is responding.

    How do you foresee Orlando becoming a more food secure community?

    We can’t be shy about asking restaurants or grocery stores questions about where their food comes from.  And we have to be willing to step up to the pump and reward the people who are doing things the right way.  Corporate lobbyists hold too much power over government for change to get legislated into action.  It has to happen at the consumer level.  When we vote with our forks, the market changes to meet our demand.  The people have the real power.  But we have to use that power if we want our kids to inherit a better food system.