Is it just me or do weekends truly past by so quickly?! The Florida Morehouse family ended up spending the weekend catching up on work and house chores. PLUS I was preparing for my mom’s visit with us (coming all the way from Wisconsin and staying for a week! YIPEE!)
This past Sunday little Johnny and myself decided to get out of the house and explore a Market about 3 miles away from downtown Orlando. Big John had to finish up some business stuff, so he wasn’t able to join us. I discovered this Market about a year ago and I’m so enchanted by everything it offers. It’s such a relaxing and fun atmosphere (perfect for a Sunday Funday outing)! East End Market is a place that indulges in Central Florida’s local farmers and food artisans. This is a perfect place to bring out of town guest. It’s such an enjoyable local area to explore that’s also a family friendly environment. It’s definitely a therapeutic place that fosters creativity and inspiration.
This post will be short and sweet because I’m getting ready for my guests, but I wanted to share with you another “hidden gem” within Orlando. I haven’t been there in a while, and since then they have updated and added so many things. Next to the market is Domu, which is a ramen restaurant & bar.
Saturday Serenade (live music on most Saturdays)
DIY Group Tasting (self guided culinary exploration)
Porch Therapy (so many beautiful succulents and terrariums)
Lineage Coffee (specifically cold brew)
Little Johnny and I decided to eat at ^”La Femme Du Fromage”^ We ordered The Dirty Elvis (cheese that tastes like peanut butter with bacon and bananas on Olde Hearth Bread) Seriously, it was the most decadent grilled cheese I have ever had! For all the cheese lovers this is a place for you! (It’s not a pretty food picture, but just take my word that it was good!)
Delicious cookies! OH MY! I’ve never seen such yummy cookies. A lady in front me called it “the two day eating cookie”.
PORCH THERAPY (excuse the bad picture because I was holding little Johnny and he was quite the wiggler.) They offer beautiful plants along with succulens and terrariums.
I’ll have the “whole milk” please! =) I’m in love with these red bar stools.
Mommy & Me Time.
I ended up buying a 2 inch succulent for $2. It fits perfectly in a baby food jar that I have been saving!
Do you have a local artisan market? Have you ever been to East End Market?
If not, you should definitely visit one day.
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Wishing You Well,