On February 24th, the East Orlando Chamber of Commerce is hosting their yearly Feast in the East, featuring the Catering and To-Go offerings from their Restaurant Customers.
This occasion is again following a year hiatus thanks to the pandemic, and who is prepared to welcome foodies from all about for samplings and tastings of scrumptious food items and beverages. Attendees have an option connect with restaurateurs to discover about their choices whilst sampling their treats. Admission is $35 which involves all you can take in samples, grownup beverage samplings, non-alcoholic drinks, and also chances to gain prizes from collaborating places to eat by completing a BINGO Card.
Other actions consist of, wine pull, drawing for a Huge Eco-friendly Egg, and voting for favored Savory and Sweet treats.
Situated in the coronary heart of Avalon Park, the venue is at The Pavilion, the Avalon Park Local community Centre, 13401 Tanja King Blvd, Orlando, FL 32828. Doorways open at 4:30 and the event operates until 8:30 PM. Event tickets are $35. Phone 407-277-5951 or pay a visit to www.EOCC.org for extra specifics.
Andrew Cole, President/CEO of East Orlando Chamber of Commerce stated, “We’ve all read how our dining places have been strike tricky above the last 12 months. By reinstating this occasion, we really encourage attendees to patronize these restaurants, specifically if they relished their samplings and satisfied the operators. This is a wonderful opportunity for our dining establishments to make new connections and make relationships for catering alternatives, business meetings and celebrations.”
The East Orlando Chamber of Commerce Feast in the East is Thursday, February 24, 2022 from 4:30 PM – 8:30 PM at The Pavilion, the Avalon Park Community Center, 13401 Tanja King Blvd, Orlando, FL 32828. Check out eocc.org or get in touch with 407-277-5951 to obtain tickets.
About the East Orlando Chamber of Commerce
Considering that 1946, the East Orlando Chamber of Commerce has been dedicated to the progress and development of the area’s businesses and communities. We signify the local firms all over the 440 sq. miles of East Orange County, dubbed the “440 Corridor” which features anything east of I-4. We company the potent hello-tech Study Park and the state-of-the-art health care corridor in Lake Nona. The mission of the East Orlando Chamber of Commerce is to be the top resource in company advocacy, local community engagement, and regional connectivity, producing a constructive enterprise local weather and a perception of unity throughout the area.