Frank 'N Steins out, Market on Magnolia food hall coming to downtown

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Frank & Steins current bar space. For the food hall, think same bar, fewer TVs. - SCOTT HORN
  • Scott Horn
  • Frank & Steins current bar space. For the food hall, think same bar, fewer TVs.
No, Fixer Upper's Joanna Gaines isn't opening a modern-rustic outpost of her Magnolia Market on Magnolia Avenue.

Instead, Pete Downing, current owner of Frank & Steins hot dog-centric bar space, is eschewing his souped-up tube steaks in favor of a food hall featuring some of Orlando's already-loved artisans.

Coming to the new food hall space, which Downing hopes to open in early August, will be a second location of Da Kine Poke (currently housed at the Local Butcher and Market in Winter Park, formerly the Meat House), a second Gnarly Barley location, and a wood-fired pizza stall run by Anthony's of Thornton Park.

Oh, and there will be a bar with to-go six packs and growlers.

With the inclusion of Da Kine Poke, the block is about to be saturated with the Hawaiian raw fish dish, as a location of Miami-based Ono Poke Shop is also slated to move in next door to Red Mug Diner on Pine Street, just one street over from the new food hall, soon.

Location Details Frank and Steins
150 S. Magnolia Ave.
Winter Park Area
Orlando, FL
(407) 412-9230; (407) (FAX)
Bar/Pub and Bar/Pub



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