Central Florida Food Hall Guide

Foodies Unite!

Orlando Mom Collective is thrilled to bring you our Central Florida Food Hall Guide, sponsored by Avalon Park East Orlando. This guide provides information on all of the food hall options that we have in the Central Florida area. We love the Central Florida foodie scene and trying new places! Food halls and markets give us so many OPTIONS!!

It is our hope that this guide helps provide moms in Central Florida with more delicious options when it comes to going out to eat!

what you'll find in this guide:

‣ Central Florida food halls
‣ information from our sponsor
‣ date night ideas
‣ a bit more about Orlando Mom Collective and how to get involved in community with other local moms

Food Hall Guide Sponsor: Avalon Park Orlando

You Belong in Avalon Park

Welcome home to our town, to the nostalgic life of yesteryear, to small-town pleasures and neighborly ways—where kids are raised and grandma’s garden. Where people live and work and learn and play. From the schoolhouse to the sandlot, from little shops to sidewalks, this is a place where everyone belongs.

Here, local merchants know your name and front porch conversations call for lemonade. Here, you live the life you imagined, build the traditions you hold dear, and create those memories to last a lifetime.

Welcome home to America’s town, where the warmth of yesterday unfolds alongside the convenience of today. Where families live and learn and work and play. Avalon Park Orlando, the place where you belong, your own hometown. You never have to leave unless you want to.

Food halls: East

Marketplace at Avalon Park

Marketplace at Avalon Park

The Marketplace at Avalon Park is an innovative food hall, featuring 13 food and beverage vendors, including craft beer, wine, cocktails, coffee and a general store. Seven days a week we’re serving up fresh batches of hometown, hand-crafted goodness in the heart of Avalon Park. Come dig into the diverse flavors of our foodie-approved restaurant stalls.

Go bottoms up at our craft brewery. Discover a one-of-a-kind find on the shelves of our General Store—you might even know the local artisan who made it. Here in east Orlando’s favorite hangout, everyone who walks through the doors feels right at home.

What you’ll find at the Marketplace at Avalon Park

  • Spoleto
  • Dusty Dawgz
  • Bowigens Brewery
  • Cheese to Share
  • Avalon General
  • KBBQ
  • Lemon Shark Poke
  • Nola
  • Rosso Coffee Bar
  • Sip ‘n Roll
  • The 1 Cantina
  • The Avalon Kitchen

Food halls: Central

The Hall on The Yard

The Hall on The Yard

Welcome to The Hall On The Yard. A collection of 9 diverse culinary offerings, 5 curated event spaces, 3 premium cocktail bars, showcased in 1 eclectic building. Join us in celebrating the unrivaled experience of the world’s first full-service Food Hall.

East End Market

East End Market

East End Market is a neighborhood market and food hall in the Audubon Park Garden District of Orlando, Florida. The Market showcases some of Central Florida’s top food entrepreneurs, makers, artisans & chefs. The two-story structure is home to a dozen merchants, a large event space, a demonstration kitchen, an incubator kitchen, offices, retail shops, a full-time, award-winning caterer & a world-class ramen restaurant.

Dollins Food Hall

Dollins Food Hall

Dollins Food Hall is a new addition to Orlando’s food scene – in walking distance to Camping World Stadium. Order online or in-store from over 20 restaurants. We’ll send you a text when your food is ready, so just pop-in to pick-up, and enjoy.

At Dollins Food Hall, our mission is to become your go-to spot for to-go meals. We’re shaking up the traditional food hall experience by taking away the messy dining space. Instead, we’ve replaced it with a minimalist lobby and modern kiosks that you can use to order from any of our 20+ restaurants.

Orlando Milkhouse

Orlando Milkhouse

The Milkhouse is a blend of carefully curated culinary and delicately crafted drinks. Established in 2021, the Milkhouse is a creative space, featuring the best local fare Central Florida has to offer.

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Market On South

Market On South

Market On South is the current home of Dharma Southern Kitchen and Valhalla Bakery. 

Our restaurant, bakery and bar offers a full plant-based dining and beverage menu including BBQ and desserts. 

Market On South’s shared market space consists of locally produced sundry provisions and more artisan crafted goods.

A La Cart

A La Cart

À La Cart is a social dining experience featuring some of the best street food offerings in Central Florida. À La Cart is inspired by the food truck parks of Oregon, where owners April and Dustin Williams most recently worked as high school teachers. They noticed the affinity for street food in their hometown of Orlando and decided to pursue their dream of creating a family-friendly environment that promotes a sense of community.

Gaitlin Hall Brewing

Gaitlin Hall Brewing

We are a brewery & food hall just south of Downtown Orlando. Our mission is to provide innovative, high quality food & drink in a fun, family & pet friendly environment. We celebrate all things local in our unique outdoor beer garden & game area.


Hour Glass Social house

Hour Glass Social house

Vegan Eatery, serving beer and wine.

Featuring Leguminati and Foxtail Coffee.

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Date Night Ideas at Home

If you’re like us, most date nights are spent at home…

We wait till after the kiddos go to bed to get quality time with each other. Maybe you’re like us and don’t have a sitter and are looking to save money – or maybe you just want to stay home for date night.

If you plan on doing a date night at home but you’re stumped for ideas, here’s a list of date night ideas at home!

1. Bon Fire with S’mores

You never know what to expect with this Florida weather, but it is a chillier time of the year. After the sun goes down who doesn’t love a warm fire and s’mores!? Grab some blankets, Graham Crackers, Hershey’s Chocolate, marsh-mellows and cuddle up! It may even be a fun time for the kids to join in as well.

2. Fondue

Maybe you don’t have a fire pit or prefer to stay indoors. You could do fondue with chocolate or cheese or even both! Grab some pretzels, fruit, marshmallows, crackers and whatever else you prefer to dip in that gooey deliciousness.

3. Play Games

When it comes to two player games my husband and I get competitive. Some of our favorites are Checkers, Sorry, Connect Four, War (card game), Jenga, Mancala, Othello and trivia games. There are so many more out there and it may even be fun for you to two to explore a game aisle to pick out someone you’ve never played before.

4. Order Dinner In

We love to hit up our local food hall to order food for a date night in. Whatever you prefer, you have two options here; do a candle light dinner (even if it’s take out!) or set up a picnic in the backyard. If you’re not feeling those two options then consider eating your meal together while watching a movie.

5. Watch a Movie

If you’re anything like my husband and I, we take forever to find a movie to watch. I’d say start off by agreeing on a genre. Next find a few movies within that genre you can agree on. If after finding some movies you’re having a hard time deciding then write them down on separate pieces of paper. Next put them in a hat and then pick!

6. Do a puzzle

Doing a puzzle makes for great conversation. Depending on how much time you want to spend on a puzzle, decide between the 100 piece or 1000 piece ahead of time. I’ve learned those 1000 pieces can take hours. But hey, maybe you want to have hours of conversation?!

7. Create a List of Questions

Make the questions light and fun. Maybe you’ll find out something new. You could do this while going on a walk or sitting on the couch. You can come up with some “would you rather” questions and “what’s your favorite (fill in the blank)” questions on things you may have never asked. TIP: Avoid questions that could cause arguing.

8. Paper Airplane Contest

I thought this would be fun for the competitive couples out there. Grab some sheets of paper. Make your paper airplanes and see whose flies furthest. You could add in bets and deals if you want to make it even more fun!

9. Dessert Time

Do you love sweets? Or love baking? Make your favorite dessert together! If you’re not so much into baking, order dessert from your fave food hall or market! You can never go wrong with dessert!

10. Shared Interest

Is there a hobby you both have in common? Or something your special someone loves that you are willing to give a try? Maybe it’s golf and you can hit some balls in the yard. Maybe it’s painting? Have a fun little paint party together. If you have a basketball and hoop you could play the game HORSE or Around The World. If you have two separate hobbies you could even do both to get a feel for what your partner loves.

Food halls: South

Boxi Park Lake Nona

Boxi Park Lake Nona

Designed with the community in mind and constructed entirely out of repurposed shipping containers, Boxi Park is the Central Florida hub for food, fun, friendship, and relaxation. 

Located in Lake Nona’s Town Center, Boxi Park is a free outdoor gathering spot with shady green spaces perfect for chatting, playing, sipping, eating, and tapping feet to the sounds of live music.


The Wheelhouse Market

The Wheelhouse Market

Located directly below The Wheel at ICON Park, The Wheelhouse Market Food Hall offers authentically prepared and internationally inspired foods like pizza and pasta, freshly made sandwiches and burgers, sweet treats, and unique tacos from a favorite local Orlando eatery, Tin & Taco.

Food halls: West

Plant Street Market

Plant Street Market

Plant Street market is a local community market located in historic downtown Winter Garden, with 20 vendors featuring natural, organic food and handmade products all inside of one building.

The Plant St. Market is your local indoor artisan market. Open 7 days a week, we strive to create a community of quality and diverse farm fresh products, artisan specialties and local products. Also, attached to the market is the Award Winning Crooked Can Brewing Company, our on-site hand crafted beer. With Live Entertainment and our pet friendly patio, this is the place to enjoy a day.

Bakewell Food Court

Bakewell Food Court

With 20 years of experience cooking in the finest fast food restaurants, our chef is excited to present their vision to you and all our guests. Our caring and committed staff make sure you have a fantastic experience with us.

We have worked to package our meals in a way that lets you bring the quality of our meals into your home. We always love to see you in person, but even when we can’t we ensure that your dining experience is top notch!

We refuse to compromise on quality in our restaurant. That’s why we source our fresh ingredients from local farmers’ markets. No matter what time of year, you can be sure you’re eating the best of the season.

Food halls: Winter Park

Winter Park Collective

Winter Park Collective

With 20 years of experience cooking in the finest fast food restaurants, our chef is excited to present their vision to you and all our guests. Our caring and committed staff make sure you have a fantastic experience with us.

We have worked to package our meals in a way that lets you bring the quality of our meals into your home. We always love to see you in person, but even when we can’t we ensure that your dining experience is top notch!

We refuse to compromise on quality in our restaurant. That’s why we source our fresh ingredients from local farmers’ markets. No matter what time of year, you can be sure you’re eating the best of the season.

Food halls: North

Henry's Depot

Henry’s Depot

An 8,000 Square Foot Food Hall featuring seven different restaurants and a cocktail bar- Sanford Fl.

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Did we miss a Food Hall?

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