Ono Poké Closes at Cross Street Market

| June 7, 2021 | 0 Comments

Ono Poké announced last week it has closed its stall at Cross Street Market. From an Instagram post:

 

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Ono Poké opened in June 2019 and was the first to occupy its stall in the newly-renovated Cross Street Market. Last week it posted a picture of The Punisher actor Jon Bernthal visiting the stall.

Ono Poké and Royal Farms are the two stalls that have closed at the market since the pandemic started.

CANAdev, the leasing team at Cross Street Market, told SouthBMore.com work is underway on a new stall at the market, and an announcement will be made soon. Atlas Fish Market and Watershed opened at Cross Street Market last month.

The market currently has more than 20 vendors and several vacancies.

Read SouthBMore.com’s articles detailing the different aspects of the Cross Street Market redevelopment here.

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