ORLANDO, Fla. – Orlando’s East End Market is about to get a big new addition that promises a general store with goods from Central Florida artisans, a cocktail bar and an experimental kitchen all rolled into one space.
The new multi-function space on the second floor of the East End Market is being called The Neighbors Retail & Cocktail, according to the East End Market’s Instagram page.
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The Neighbors website shows that the new space is the brainchild of Freehand Goods’ owners, Seth Daniels & Jacob Zepf; the owner of Domu, Sean “Sonny” Nguyen; and the owner of East End Market, John Rife.
“The purpose of this creative space is to continue East End’s mission as a small business incubator for the Orlando community. Pairing local artisans with an approachable cocktail program & an experimental food kitchen, we’re creating a comfortable environment that pushes boundaries while giving everyone a chance,” the site reads.
A few more clues about The Neighbors can be found on its Instagram page. The space will feature exposed ceiling rafters with a mid-century aesthetic.
So far, no opening date has been set for The Neighbors.
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