A West Side Market vendor will open on Wednesday for the first time since the fire on Jan. 30.
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.
A meat vendor reopens at the West Side Market Wednesday after the fire that started at his stand.
Sebastian's Meats, one of the indoor stalls damaged in the West Side Market fire last January, reopened Wednesday morning at 7 a.m.
A mob of people Saturday at Cleveland's West Side Market - took part in a cash mob for the first Saturday the market was open since a fire shut down part of it for a few weeks.
Customers flocked to the West Side Market on Monday when it reopened for the first time since a fire damaged the historic landmark.
Visitors can expect to see a clean-as-can-be facility after the January fire.
West Side Market vendors spent Wednesday cleaning, baking and prepping ahead of the market's scheduled reopening on Monday.
President's Day will be a big day at the West Side Market as the Cleveland landmark gets set to reopen.
Cleanup has been completed on the West Side Market, and while the building is deemed structurally safe, the cause of the fire remains undetermined.
The company hired to handle clean-up at Cleveland's West Side Market will be done on Tuesday, but there is still more work before it can reopen.