Seven Mile Market update
Those of you waiting to shop at the nation's largest kosher supermarket will have to wait a little longer.
Seven Mile Market doesn't expect to open its store before October.
When the Pikesville kosher market announced plans in February to move and nearly double in size, owner Hershel Boehm told The Sun he hoped to open by summer.
I'd heard recently that those plans had been pushed back, so I phoned the store this morning and asked to speak with the owner or manager.
"We’re looking at no earlier than October," said the man who came to the phone.
(It wasn't clear if he was the owner, manager or someone else. He declined to give his name.)
The market, which opened in 1988, plans to move from its current, 28,000-square-foot location on Seven Mile Lane to a 55,000-square-foot former Safeway on Reisterstown Road.
Seven Mile Market owner Hershel Boehm. Sun photo by Kim Hairston