Souper Market Has Closed its E. 6th Location. Will Reopen at The Standard This Fall


Souper Market to relocate downtown shop from E. Sixth St. to The Standard building. - COURTESY SOUPER MARKET
  • Courtesy Souper Market
  • Souper Market to relocate downtown shop from E. Sixth St. to The Standard building.
After a brief two-year run, the Souper Market downtown has closed. Owner Matthew Moore took over the former Tea House Noodles (1900 E. 6th St.) space in 2019 and said that business was good, but he closed yesterday "earlier than anticipated for various reasons."

The good news is that he has secured a new retail space downtown at The Standard (99 W. St. Clair Ave.). His spot will be on St. Clair facing the justice center and should be open before the end of 2021.

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