Orlando's first food hall, Market on Magnolia, is now in soft opening

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PHOTO VIA MARKET ON MAGNOLIA
  • Photo via Market on Magnolia
The food hall concept is now a thing in Orlando.

As first reported by The Daily City, Market on Magnolia – a local first of its kind, multi-vendor food hall– is currently in soft opening mode in the old Frank & Steins location (150 S. Magnolia Ave).



The space features three restaurants, Da Kine Poke, Gnarly Barley and Sauce'd Wood Fired Pizzas. The establishment also includes a full bar with 40 draft beers, signature craft cocktails and wine.

The market, which expects to be officially open Thursday, Sept. 28, will be open from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. 
PHOTO VIA MARKET ON MAGNOLIA
  • Photo via Market on Magnolia



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