SOS Art Gallery

@SOSArtGallery Launches NEW #SOS2018 Online Shop Featuring Local Artisan Handmade Cards, Gifts and Artwork at The District

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@SOSArtGallery Online launches with local artisan handmade cards, gifts and artwork — unique, one-of-a-kind finds!

Purchase today and checkout directly at ShopSOSArtGallery.com with DIRECT SHIPPING on cards to home or office.



Thank you for all of your continued support for our team of more than 20 local Central Florida artisans who handcraft each item!

Kathryn McHenry at BizOrlando.com

Founding Artist and Owner of @SOSArtGallery


SOS Art Gallery-curated merchandise also sold at the following location: The District at Mills 50: 1221 N. Mills Ave., Orlando, FL 32803. SHOP OPEN DAILY.



FACEBOOK: facebook.com/SOSArtGallery
TWITTER: twitter.com/SOSArtGallery
INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/SOSArtGallery
PINTEREST: pinterest.com/SOSArtGallery
LINKEDIN: linkedin.com/in/SOSArtGallery


EDIBLE ORLANDO: Gift Ideas For Mom

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SOURCE: www.edibleorlando.com/gifts-ideas-mom


What to get for the mom who has everything? Here are a few affordable ideas from Orlando-area merchants that are sure to bring a smile to her face.

Porch Therapy at East End Market has a selection of succulents, air plants and other house-beautifying items that she can enjoy much longer than traditional cut flowers. That said, they carry those too.

4 Rivers Smokehouse is celebrating Mom all week long with strawberry Champagne cupcakes topped with Swiss buttercream frosting ($3.25), and a beautiful 12-pack of assorted cake balls ($8.99). Available May 8 – May 13.

Magpie’s Modern General in Sanford carries a carefully curated selection of small batch items from the useful (handcrafted soaps, from) to the utterly whimsical (Sky Candy Cotton Candy). What mom could resist a Florida tea towel?

Fig & Julep boasts specialty items for the foodie. Also on the “menu” soy  candles, spirits, and more.

Want to make mom’s day extra special? How about an #OrlandoMade card made from a local artist? Stop by SOS Art Gallery at The District at Mills 50.

SOURCE: www.edibleorlando.com/gifts-ideas-mom

ORLANDO SENTINEL: Grab A Snack While You Shop Local

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SOURCE: orlandosentinel.com/entertainment/restaurants/foodie/os-et-shop-eat-orlando-20170502-story.html

Grab a snack while you shop local

These stores and hubs offer meals and snacks to re-energize — without pausing your spree.

The District

Expect to get lost exploring each area of this shop, which stocks its shelves with goods from local vendors. Think jewelry, cards, artwork, clothing, plants and toiletries.

Sustain yourself with vegan food from a variety of local culinarians. This bodega offers grab-and-go eats and irie cream (dairy-free ice cream) from personal chef DaJen Eats, deli items (macaroni salad) from food truck Leguminati and sauces from specialty shop The Cookery.

Keep an eye on The District’s Facebook page for foodie events, too. The store hosts cooking classes, food trucks and more.

Go: 1221 N. Mills Ave. in Orlando; 407-601-3363; facebook.com/DistrictAtMills.

East End Market

Snag a number of items at this local hub. Grab everything from toiletries to groceries at Florida & Co. Market & Eatery; homemade goods such as T-shirts and wallets at Freehand Goods; or plants from Porch Therapy.

Where do I begin on the dining options at East End? Order up a pimento-cheese sandwich from Houndstooth Sauce Co., macaroni and cheese from La Femme Du Fromage and juice from Skyebird Juice Bar and Experimental Kitchen. Come with an empty belly.

Go:3201 Corrine Drive in Orlando; 321-236-3316; eastendmkt.com

New General

Asits name suggests, this shop has a general-store feel. Wares range from clogs by New York brand Nina Z to furniture from Makr, a design studio based in Winter Park.

New General’s in-store cafe brews up coffees roasted by Orlando-based Lineage Coffee. You will find some other local names, too: Sugar Rush Marshmallows dot the top of hot chocolate, pastries from Buttermilk Bakery sit in a case and bottles of kombucha from Humble Bumble are by the register.

The cafe also offers to-go meals such as chicken Caesar salad, poke bowls and tuna white bean salad. Gluten-free and vegetarian items are available.

Diners can also order creatively smeared toasts with toppings that range from green-pea hummus to Nutella. Bonus: Toasts are $5 on Tuesdays.

Go: 155 New England Ave. in Winter Park; 321-972-2819; newgeneral.us

Plant Street Market

Pick up some essential oils from Roxan Spa, candles from Collective Kindness or clothing from Our Nation’s Creations from this hub.

Plant Street Market is another spot that skews more toward the foodstuffs than the goods — not that I’m complaining. How about some sweets from David Ramirez Chocolates? Or a burger from Five Thymes Five? Wash it all down with a beer from Crooked Can Brewing Co.

Go: 426 W Plant St. in Winter Garden; plantstmarket.com

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