BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Gunther & Co. wrote in a Facebook post Tuesday that they will close indefinitely Thursday to, “help slow the COVID pandemic.”
“With a surge of cases, especially in the 21224 zip code, we want to ensure the safety of our customers, staff, and neighbors – and we feel the only way to do that is to temporarily shut down until the virus can be adequately contained and controlled – with minimal risk to everyone,” Gunther & Co. wrote.
Gunther & Co. will still be available to cater socially distanced gatherings, according to the post.
The restaurant will remain open through Thursday night with Baltimore Restaurant Week specials.
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Gunther & Co. temporarily shut down July 18 after an employee had tested positive for the coronavirus.