The deli later reopened under new ownership but has closed its doors again.
Sharon Sohovich is confident Soho's will bounce back after restructuring. The restaurant signed a new lease with Capitol Market at the beginning of the year.
The reorganization process could take several months to three years, Sohovich said.
"We're hoping to get it settled as soon as possible and continue on with our payments and reorganization," she added.
Capitol Market Executive Director Tammy Borstnar could not be reached for comment Wednesday. Soho's has been anchored the east end of the market for 11 years.
"It's not only my livelihood but its all the employees' livelihood," Sohovich said. "It's a home to all of us. It's not just a restaurant."
Soho's has 47 employees.
"They are my family and they have stuck by us and will continue to stick with us and continue to run on as usual," Sohovich said.
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