Come see two of Orlando’s infill foodie developments and hear how each of them has impacted and supported the surrounding neighborhoods. The tour will start off with the Emeril Lagasse Foundation Kitchen House & Culinary Garden. It features an established 1500 square-foot garden and 3,500 square foot kitchen house in Orlando’s College Park neighborhood. The facility was constructed to educate people on growing and preparing food through facilitated events and workshops that also build community. The second stop on the tour is East End Market. It is a multi-use market that is an adaptive re-use of an existing building. The East End Market is located on Corrine Drive, which was identified as The Great American Main Street Award Winner in 2016. The development of East End Market played a significant role in that award and providing a location for the community to meet and gather.
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Registration Fee $50, Lunch Provided
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