Heinen's To Reopen Downtown Store

(Cleveland) - Heinen's Fine Foods has announced that its downtown store will reopen Wednesday, October 7. The store has been closed since the rioting and looting downtown on May 30th, which caused thousands of dollars in damage to the store.

Heinen's says they know there is a need for a downtown grocery store, and they are taking this step toward operating as normal. They will offer fresh produce, groceries, packaged prepared foods, sushi, seafood, meat, wine, and beer.

Due to a variety of factors, Heinen's will not reopen the iconic rotunda, which sits right at the corner of East 9th and Euclid, and was part of the former headquarters of Cleveland Trust Bank.

Heinen's Downtown will have a limit of 40 customers at a time, and only the Euclid Avenue entrance will be open. Face masks must be worn in the store.

(Photo courtesy Heinen's)

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