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West Side Market

Address
1979 W 25th St Cleveland OH 44113
Phone
(216) 664-3386
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Toll Free
(888) 789-7214
Fax
(216) 664-3390

Business Hours

Status: Closed

Sunday
Closed
Monday
7:00am-4:00pm
Tuesday
Closed
Wednesday
7:00am-4:00pm
Thursday
Closed
Friday
7:00am-6:00pm
Saturday
7:00am-6:00pm

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The West Side Market offers hard to find specialty items, imported foods, ready to eat foods like burgers, hot dogs, sausage sandwiches, middle eastern foods, Irish foods, Mexican foods, Greek foods, and many many more. Check the vendor directory on this website for more details. The West Side Market is a place where people can still receive personal service and variety. There are more than one...

From the Midwest's most rockin' museum to gems like the house from 'A Christmas Story', Cleveland might surprise you. While away the hours at these local spots sure to have you crushing on the city.

The West Side Market is Cleveland’s historic public market and home to more than 100 diverse vendors offering meats, seafood..., fresh fruits and vegetables, baked goods, dairy and cheese products, fresh flowers, ready-to-eat foods, herbs, candy and nuts. Whether for first-time shoppers or regular customers, the West Side Market continues to be Cleveland’s most treasured culinary tradition....

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A living scrapbook of Cleveland's flavorful history comes to life at this West 25th Street food landmark.

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90

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Urban wanderers looking for something more can travel to this historic marketplace and find fabulous firecracker radishes and plump, flavorful tomatoes. Corner to corner, it's a...

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Arrived around 10 am with a cooler to fill up with goodies. Most items are not ready to eat. Some exceptions are the pastry stands and hot dog stands. Tried to eat at cafe around 11 am, but the line, and wait, was over 30...

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Stopped in here in a weekday morning. It was just as great as we had heard. We ate breakfast in the restaurant and then wandered through the whole place twice. We’ll stop back on the last day of trip for lunch and to pick out...

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Since 2010, W Sm has been providing Fruit And Vegetable Markets from Cleveland.

West Side Market brings together a group of more than 100 vendors selling their wares to locals and tourists alike. The heritage building housing the stalls was constructed in 1912 as an indoor marketplace and has been listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The market itself began operations in 1840 and is Cleveland's oldest public market. People come here as much for admiring the...

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You can easily find yourself with some less-than-stellar fruit during the hectic sell-off. Point out exactly what you want, and watch it into the bag. Daydreamers can wind up with a pint of fuzzy strawberries.

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