Sebastian's Meats reopens in new spot in West Side Market after fire

CLEVELAND - Sebastian's Meats, one of the indoor stalls damaged in the West Side Market fire last January, reopened Wednesday morning at 7 a.m.

Owner Andrei Romaso told NewsChannel5 his new location isn't far from his burned down and boarded up stall. It's at the former Mel's Deli space.

Romaso said he purchased that stand and plans to eventually turn it into Sebastian's Deli. But for now, the owner said he will sell his meats at that location.

The burned Sebastian's Meats stand could be closed for another three to four months. Romaso plans to open it back up as well.

He said the owner of Foster's Meats, the other stall damaged in the Jan. 30 fire, might have a more difficult time getting back in business because the market is full.
 

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