Artegon Marketplace announces additions, food hall plans

Last Updated: Tuesday, November 03, 2015, 11:12 PM EST

Artegon Marketplace, the mall/artisan market on International Drive in Orlando, announced new upgrades, and plans to open a food hall next year.

The marketplace, which opened a year ago this month, announced Monday that it was adding an indoor trampoline park, an interactive zombie survival experience called NYZ Apocalypse, and a new restaurant called Pita and Spice Co. in the next few months.

The mall is adding a new revolving gallery for pop artists.

The biggest announcement, though, was plans for Eat Street, a 25,000-square-foot food hall inspired by Faneuil Hall in Boston and Pike Place in Seattle. The hall will include local vendors with a wide array of food items, plus a farmer’s market on select days and cooking classes, as well. Eat Street is slated to open by the end of 2016.

Artegon Marketplace is also celebrating its first anniversary with a week of festivities starting Monday, Nov. 16. The week of festivities culminates a small music festival featuring acts like Aaron Carter, Rob Base and Joey Fatone.

The food hall at Artegon Marketplace will include a farmers market on certain days. (Artegon Marketplace)