New Stores to Shop at Artegon Marketplace in Orlando

I’m a big fan of Artegon Marketplace, which has lots of little artisan shops selling handmade and unique items, as well as really cool anchor stores like Gods & Monsters.

Artegon Marketplace entrance

In the past few months, so many new stores, eateries, and entertainment venues have opened at Artegon Marketplace, so I thought I’d highlight a few of them for you to check out.

Bleu Beach – Quirky handbags made from recycled items, handmade flower headbands, and more can be found at this shop.

Artegon Marketplace - Bleu Beach

Moroccan Bazar – Shop beautiful imported goods including traditional dish-ware, fabric scarves, hookahs and home furnishings.Only

Moroccan Bazar at Artegon Marketplace

Cosas Lindas Inc. – These beautiful wooden sculpted lampshades are made in house by hand.

Artegon Marketplace - Only Cosas Lindas Inc.

Re:Innovation – You’ll find recycled wood furniture, decor, and woodworking classes at this shop.

Artegon Marketplace - Re:Innovation

Sky Zone Trampoline Park – Get some great exercise while bouncing around the gigantic trampoline zones.

Artegon Marketplace - Sky Zone Trampoline Park

Sugar Daddy Bakery – Offers a variety of homemade baked goods, including cookies and cupcakes, along with spiced lattes, kolaches, and more.

Artegon Marketplace - Sugar Daddy Bakery

And according to the signs up around the mall there are several tenants that have yet to move in: World of Chocolate Museum & Cafe, Pita and Spice Co., Fresh Salad, Authentic Empanadas, Artegon Co-Op (which has their grand opening March 31, 2016), and a whole farmer’s market-style food area that will be opening hopefully by the end of the year.

Artegon Marketplace - World of Chocolate Museum & Cafe

Not to mention NYZ Orlando, which will be home to zombie laser tag. ZOMBIE LASER TAG, y’all!

If you haven’t shopped Artegon Marketplace in the last couple of months, you should really put it on your list of must-do’s. The shopping center is located at 5250 International Dr, at the north end of I-Drive. For more information, or directions, visit

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