A West Side Market vendor will open on Wednesday for the first time since the fire on Jan. 30.
CLEVELAND - The West Side Market is scheduled to reopen on Monday, Feb. 18, after a recent fire shut it down for days.
Cleanup has been completed on the Market, but the cause of the blaze remains undetermined. Officials deemed the building "structurally safe" on Tuesday during a news conference.
Officials said to successfully reopen on Feb. 18, several things will need to happen, per Cleveland Department of Public Health:
- all food contact surfaces will need to be thoroughly cleaned
- basement walk-in lockers/shelving will need to be sanitized
- walls and floors must be thoroughly scrubbed
- all food stored in the basement must be thrown out
The fire at West Side Market broke out around 2:20 a.m. on Jan. 31 causing damage to several stands inside.
It cost approximately $276,000 to clean-up the facility over 13 days.
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.