'It's Super Exciting': Baltimore Restaurants Now Open For In-Person DiningIt was a big day for restaurant and bar owners in Baltimore as COVID-19 restrictions on dining loosened for the first time in six weeks.
Jimmy's Famous Seafood Reaches $200K Goal For Baltimore RestaurantsWhat started as an effort to raise money for a few Baltimore bars has ballooned into a rescue effort for dozens of struggling bars and restaurants. 
Jimmy's Restaurant In Fells Point Sold For $1MThe beloved Jimmy’s Restaurant in Fells Point is getting a new name and will soon have additional items on its menu.
COVID-19 Latest: Anne Arundel County Officials To Maintain 25% Indoor Dining Capacity, Lawsuit DismissedAfter two days of court hearings on Anne Arundel County's suspension of indoor dining, the lawsuit was dismissed and County Executive Steuart Pittman will allow 25% indoor dining capacity.
Mt. Washington Tavern, Mama's On The Half Shell Temporarily Close While Baltimore Dining HaltedTwo Baltimore City restaurants are temporarily closing while indoor dining is halted in Baltimore City.
COVID-19 In Maryland: Contact Tracing System Overwhelmed With Number Of New CasesThe state of Maryland and counties are struggling to keep up with contact tracing as the number of new COVID-19 cases continue to remain at a higher rate, officials say.
Baltimore County To Cap Delivery Service App Fees At 15% To Help Restaurants Struggling During COVID-19 PandemicBaltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski announced a new executive order Tuesday that will cap the fees delivery service apps can charge restaurants already struggling due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
LIST: Where To Get Takeout Christmas, Holiday Dinner In BaltimoreAs many Marylanders choose to stay home for the holidays this year, that can mean some are choosing smaller dinners as well.
'Not Happy About It' | Baltimore Restaurant Owners Express Frustration Amid Citywide COVID-19 RollbacksFrom Highlandtown to Fells Point, Baltimore restaurant owners feel like they've been hit the hardest throughout the pandemic.
Baltimore Restaurant Relief Fund Working To Help Local Establishments Stay Afloat Amid COVID-19 PandemicAs the COVID-19 pandemic continues, restaurants are fighting to remain open.
Baltimore Announces $6.5M Grant Fund To Help Restaurants During COVID-19 PandemicBaltimore City restaurants will be able to receive up to $50,000 in funds to help them reopen and recover during the coronavirus pandemic, Mayor Jack Young announced Monday.