Cuisiniers Joining East End Market

Written By Scott Joseph On September 24, 2012

Jamie McFadden has announced that he will be moving his catering business to the East End Market when it opens early next year. Cuisiniers Catered Cuisine and Events is one of the area’s premier catering concerns. The company currently works out of a space in Winter Park in a strip mall at the corner of Lake Howell and Howell Branch Roads. The East End Market will be an indoor farmers market of sorts with various food and drink productions as wells as restaurants.

“The opportunity was there to surround ourselves with not only the best Orlando has to offer, but, more importantly, like-minded, community-conscious individuals and businesses,” McFadden said in a statement.  “It’s a bold move, but we feel that it so proudly depicts who we are as a business, and what our cuisine is really about.”

East End Market is being developed by John Rife, who also founded the Winter Park Harvest Festival. As announced earlier by the flog, Henry and Michele Salgado of New Smyrna Beach’s Spanish River Grill will also open a restaurant, called Txokos, at East End. Other businesses include a bakery, a butchery and a seafood market.

East End Market will occupy a converted church building on Corrine Drive in Orlando.

{jcomments on}Cuisiniers was founded in 1998 by McFadden, who has also owned and cooked in restaurants locally.

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