All the Reasons To Go To Orlando's Indoor Farmers Market


You can NOT miss this chance to have so many local meat, produce, and food makers all under one roof. Come check out this one-day-only market on June 9th from 12noon to 4pm and let the Daily City Team know if you want it to happen again. Your fearless feedback is needed! Tell them what’s right, what’s wrong, and if they should ever do it again.

What you need to know:

PARKING - 127 S. Orange Ave (typically runs $2/hour)
LOCATION - Celine Orlando at 22 S. Magnolia Ave.
DETAILS - Stroller, kid and dog friendly!
SOCIAL - Instagram


Orlando Meats - Beef and pork @orlandomeats

Stasio’s Italian Deli - Fresh made bread @stasiositaliandeli

Pasture Brothers - Pasture raised poultry @pasturebrothers

Wild Ocean Seafood - Sustainable seafood @wildoceanseafood  

Frog Song Organics - Organic produce @frogsongcsa  

Fleet Farming - Local produce @fleetfarming

Nearby Naturals - Urban mushroom farm @Nearbynaturals

Microganic - Living non-GMO micro-greens @Microganic

Pizza Bruna - Artisan pizza @official_pizza_bruno

The Greenery Creamery - Vegan and non-Vegan ice cream @thegreenerycreamery

Avenue A Eatery - Colombian + Vegan = Heavenly @avenueaeatery

Katinka’s Nourishing Kitchen - Grain-free bread mixes

The Paleo Bakery - Gluten-free baked goods @thepaleobakerytreats 

Trisha’s Keto Kravings - Sugar/gluten/grain-free baked goods @trishasketokravings

Cay Cakes Bakery - Vegan cookies & breads @CayCakesBakery

Fig & Flour Bakery - French pastries @figandflourbakery  

Sunshine Canning - Canned pickles and veggies @sunshinecanning

Bee Friends Farm - honey (Jacksonville) @beefriendsfarm

The Nutty Peanut - Nut spreads and nut butters @thenuttypeanut  

Smiling Goat Goods - Jams and shrubs @smiling_goat_goods

Orlando City Kombucha - kombucha @orlandocitykombucha

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