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.
Anne Arundel County Commits $5M Of CARES Act Funding To Restaurant, Food Service Grant ProgramAnne Arundel County is adding a new program they hope will provide restaurants and food service businesses with a bit of relief during the pandemic.
City Officials Waive Fees For Outdoor Heating Setup For Restaurants During Cold-Weather MonthsBaltimore restaurants capitalizing on outdoor seating during the coronavirus pandemic are facing cold weather, but the city said it is working on heating solutions to keep them in business.
Coronavirus Latest: Lobo Fell's Point Closing After Six YearsLobo Fell's Point is closing after six years.
Coronavirus Latest: Baltimore Mayor Updates Guidance On Reopening For Restaurants, Businesses, Religious InstitutionsBaltimore Mayor Jack Young released updated guidance for city businesses and religious institutions as the restaurants will be allowed to reopen indoor dining at 25% capacity. Some restrictions were also tightened for businesses.
Coronavirus Latest: Anne Arundel County Imposes Limits On Bar, Restaurant Hours, Social Gatherings, Ups Violation FinesThe order will go into effect Friday at 5 p.m.
Coronavirus Latest: Chez Hugo Bistro Closing, No Plans To ReopenThe Baltimore french bistro Chez Hugo is closing permanently due to COVID-19, they announced in a statement Wednesday.
LIST: Ocean City, Maryland Bars, Restaurants That Closed Due To COVID-19 Cases Among EmployeesIf you're headed to Ocean City, Maryland this weekend, you may want to know which restaurants are open or remain closed after several restaurants reported COVID-19 cases among employees.
The Urban Oyster In McHenry Row Closing Its Doors July 26The Urban Oyster announced Tuesday it will be closing its doors at McHenry Row on July 26.
Coronavirus In Maryland: Gov. Hogan Implores Local Leaders To Enforce Social Distancing, Mask Wearing At Bars, RestaurantsMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan implored local leaders to enforce public health requirements, like physical distancing and masks, in bars and restaurants after the state has linked an increasing number of COVID-19 cases to non-compliance.
7 Canton Restaurants Temporarily Close After Employees Test Positive For COVID-19Seven restaurants in Canton have now temporarily closed due to employees testing positive for the coronavirus.
Chuck E. Cheese's Parent Company Files For Bankruptcy; Maryland Locations Remains OpenChuck E. Cheese's parent company, CEC Entertainment, filed for bankruptcy Thursday, blaming the financial strain caused by Covid-19 and the prolonged closures of its entertainment centers from stay-at-home orders issued across the United States.
Guinness Open Gate Brewery Reopening Thursday For Outdoor DiningThe Guinness Open Gate Brewery will reopen on Thursday with revised-outdoor only operations.
Reopening Maryland: Indoor Dining Will Be Allowed Friday As More Coronavirus Restrictions LiftedMaryland residents can now eat inside at restaurants statewide starting Friday evening at 5 p.m. after Gov. Larry Hogan announced he would be lifting more coronavirus restriction earlier this week.
'We Don't Really Have The Space' | Sip & Bite Diner Hopes To See Outdoor Dining Transition Into Limited Capacity Indoor ServiceLast week, Gov. Larry Hogan announced restaurants can reopen their outdoor seating areas to customers, a step in the right direction, but it doesn’t help everyone.