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Deli in Hamilton reopens with new chef, new owner

Alexander’s Market & Deli at 160 High St. in Hamilton reopened May 1 under new ownership. CONTRIBUTED
Alexander’s Market & Deli at 160 High St. in Hamilton reopened May 1 under new ownership. CONTRIBUTED

A downtown Hamilton eatery that closed late last year is back in business under new ownership.

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Alexander’s Market & Deli’s newest incarnation at 160 High St. features six Classic Deli Sandwiches, six Signature Sandwiches, like a Hot Pastrami: served on Rye bread, topped with Pastrami, Swiss Cheese, Creamy Horseradish and Chive Aioli.

Also featured are six soups and a full-service salad bar, plus a variety of case items including tuna salad, rotisserie chicken salad, creamy cole slaw, numerous kinds of potato salad and more.

The Express Lunch option features a choice of turkey, ham or roast beef, along with chips, a pickle and soda for $6.99.

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The storefront in the formerly empty Elder-Beerman building opened in September 2015 as Jackson’s Market, but its owners sold the business to an employee in April 2016 because of the loss of family time and lingering health issues. It operated under the new name Alexander’s Market & Deli from April 2016 until it closed last November.

Rachel Wieland, of West Chester Twp., who has more than 15 years of culinary experience, serves as general manager and chef. Wieland, a graduate of Midwest Culinary Institute at Cincinnati State, was previously chef and owner of Glendalia Boutique Hotel & Culinary Studio in Hamilton County’s Glendale.

Les Rudisell, of Deer Park, is the store’s new owner.

Hours are 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Mondays through Fridays and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays.