We talk a lot about food halls here, and for good reason. If you haven’t been to one, they’re full of options for dining and drinking. Go from a donut shop, to BBQ, to Beer, and to a smoothie joint all within a few steps of each other. One of the greatest food halls in the area has to be Plant Street Market in Winter Garden. Let’s checkout everything it has to offer!
What is it?
Plant Street Market opened back in 2015 and it’s main end cap is Crooked Can Brewery. It’s the heart of the location with a giant water tower outside boasting the logo. The idea behind Plant Street Market is to bring tons of local eateries, bars, and shopping together and create a community hub for locals in the area. Currently you’ll have 20 options to choose from and they’re all local.
Crooked Can Brewing Company caps off the end of Plant Street Market and is the largest of all the spots inside. This Microbrewery features flagship brands in addition to limited edition, seasonal, and specialty batches. They have a large assortment of beers for you to choose from and have awesome views of the brewery itself!
If you’re looking for a piping hot, relaxing, and delicious cup of tea, Antiqueteas has over 75 blends to suit your taste buds! Or, grab an assortment of hot and cold coffee options along with some breakfast sandwiches at Axum Coffee.
Trying to be on the healthy side? Press’d has tons of pressed juices, smoothies, wraps, soups, and salads for you to take in. Everything is vegan/vegetarian and their cold pressed juices are delicious and good for you.
No matter what you’re in the mood for, Plant Street Market delivers. Grab a steaming hot slice of pizza at Michael’s Ali. Have some elegant sushi at Jodo Sushi. Or get nice and plump with This Little Piggy BBQ. No matter what you choose, you won’t be disappointed.
Michael’s Ali Jodo Sushi This Little Piggy BBQ
Everyone has a sweet side! Whether you’re a savory chocolate type or feeling the need for a little tart option, you’ll find something that fits you. David Ramirez Chocolates is a proper chocolate spot with beautiful truffles and treats. If you’re not feeling chocolate, how about a donut from Sir Benji’s! For a more tart option, try a popsicle from Paleteria Handcrafted Popsicles.
If you’re just looking for a handheld bite, try Empanadas & Co. These Empanadas are top tier and full of flavor! You could also try Nosh, it’s a popcorn fantasy with tons of different popcorn flavors to choose from with some caramel apples!
No matter what you grab from plant street, it all comes together with the huge amount of outdoor seating. Grabbing something and sitting out on the patio is beautiful and relaxing. It’s a perfect spot to end a weekday after work, or stop in for a quick bite on the weekend.The Orlando Real on
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