BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A Brewers Hill neighborhood establishment is suspending its normal service for the time being due to coronavirus capacity restrictions.

Gunther & Co. announced Saturday that it would be its last day of normal service. They said that because of the current 25% indoor dining restrictions Baltimore City is under and a 10 p.m. curfew, it does not make sense “from a business perspective” for them to remain open.

“We believe this is the last hurdle we have to get through, and trust us – it is not IF we reopen, but WHEN we will reopen,” they said in a Facebook post Saturday.

However, they did say they will have some special events and meal kits planned through the upcoming holidays including:

  • Hanukkah Dinner
  • Christmas Eve / Day Offerings
  • Virtual New Year’s Eve a la Gunther
  • Themed Pop-Up Nights
  • Socially-Conscious Gatherings at Gunther & Co.

“As always, thank you for your support and stay safe, healthy and eat well. And know that if we all work together, we will get through this,” they said.

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CBS Baltimore Staff