The writer of the piece, Erin Shaw Street, refers to the locales – all of which are located off the beaten attractions-laden path – as being part of "the new Orlando." And while most are relatively new(er) denizens to the area – East End Market, which is mentioned in the piece, isn't open quite yet – we can't help but relish in what we have already come to know in Orlando as a thriving cultural scene. But, of course, we appreciate any Orlando love we can get.
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