Artegon adds 17 new mini stores through November

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Orlando's anti-mall, Artegon Marketplace, is adding 17 new mini stores ranging from decorated ceramics to unique dog beds. Some of the shops are already open, while others will be opening through November, according to a press release. 

The shops already open include: 
- Atheneo Artesenal: Venezuelan accessories and shoes.
- 3 Bros and A Card Store: Sports-themed trading cards.
- Cute & Clay: Decorative, handmade ceramics. 
- Glamour Kids Braids: Hair braiding.
- Jannat Imports: Imported and hand-crafted furniture. 
- Jia Espinar: Chinese embroidered shoes.
- Surfwheels & Drones: High-end remote controlled toys and owner-designed surf wheel.
- The Perky Pooch: Wooden hand-crafted doggie beds and homemade treats. 
- TreGeek: Geeky-inspired, sewn home décor items, clothing and accessories. 
- Apples & Co.:Gourmet chocolate and candy covered apples. 



Here's what will open in the coming weeks: 

- Ceramic Art: Brazilian art on dishware. Opens Aug. 26.
- Mack & Flora Garden Shop: Flowers, plants and garden accessories. Opens Aug. 26.
- Crafts & Gifts: Pakistani imported home décor. Opens Aug. 30.
- Pins & Pixels: Vintage video game experiences and vintage video game home décor. Opens Sept 1.
- Nuestras Manos Mexicanas: Mexican handmade pottery, textiles and accessories. Opens Sept 15.
- Mery Shoes: Venezuelan leather shoes and sandals. Opens Sept 16.
- The CO OP: Greg Beebe: The next evolution of the Artegon CO OP, Artist Greg Beebe. Nov 1.


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