8 Reasons to Visit East End Market on a Friday or Saturday Night

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Beginning this Friday, March 11, East End Market will be extending Friday and Saturday hours to 9pm.

East End Market now gives you two extra hours to eat and sip your way around Orlando's favorite local food hub. New extended hours until 9pm on Friday and Saturday nights translate into a fabulous new option for kicking off the weekend and chilling out after a long week.

To make the extended hours all the more enticing, merchants will be serving up evening food and beverage specials.


La Femme du Fromage is offering a $15 wine and cheese pairing in her recently redesigned space.

Fatto in Casa is taking over Skyebird's bar to serve a beautiful, home-cooked Italian dinner, featuring the fettuccine carbonara with house salad and dessert, as well as a free round of Chef Elisa's signature Moscato d'Asti.

Farm-Haus will be setting up pop-up dinner service on Fridays at the Local Roots Bar, serving you farm-to-table, chef-created dishes between 5-8pm. This week, Farm-Haus will be serving Japanese-style Hausmade Ramen. No pre-ordering necessary. BONUS: anyone who buy a Farm-Haus meal will receive $1 off draft beer and wine by the glass at Local Roots, or 10% off wine bottle purchases.

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Houndstooth Sauce Company is going all Florida-cracker with their locally sourced gator tail tacos, which will feature gator that is breaded, seasoned, flash fried.


Bookmark It is offering 10% off all cookbooks so you can have the latest recipes to wow your weekend guests.

Finally, looking for the perfect table-scape at Porch Therapy where all succulents are 20% off from 7pm-9pm.



In addition, local musicians will provide toe tapping tunes in the courtyard. This week, music in the courtyard will feature Alex Cooper pulling from his deeply curated vinyl collection of Brazilian tropicalia, African highlife, and music from the Caribbean and around the world.

Also, the incomparable Rhumba Brothers, a tenor and classic guitar duo, will be serenading guests in the Txokos patio (Friday night only).

East End Market
3201 Corrine Drive
Orlando, FL 32803



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