The Audubon Park Garden District is one of Orlando’s Main Streets, and originally catered to nearby Air Force Base and Naval Training Center. The district has blossomed since then, and is known to be hip, diverse and independent. With a plethora of vintage shops, cafes, bakeries, music, books, craft beer, boutiques and so much more, Audubon is definitely a District that should be added to your Orlando travel plans. Located on Corrine Drive in Orlando, FL, here are six must-visit spots in Audubon Park.
East End Market
East End Market is a market inside of Audubon Park that hosts 11 independently-owned businesses offering sushi, daily baked bread, freshly roasted coffee, Italian prepared meals and sweets, Kombucha, organic juice, raw food specialties, artisan cheese, savory soups and sauces, local groceries and flowers. East End is not only a place to enjoy local food, but also a space for community, creativity and collaboration. READ MORE