Islamic Advocacy Organization Advises Muslim-Owned Business to Stay Vigilant After Series of BurglariesThieves have broken into three Muslim-owned restaurants in the Baltimore area over the last few weeks, raising concerns at the Council on American-Islamic Relations.
Outdoor Dining Zones To End In Annapolis On Nov. 1Outdoor dining in public parking spaces and restaurant parking lots, two emergency measures enacted at the height of the pandemic, will end in Annapolis on Nov. 1, Mayor Gavin Buckley said Tuesday.
Shortage Of Crabs Causes Prices To SoarCrab prices are sky-high this summer and are likely to remain that way heading into Labor Day.
Baltimore-Based Charity Opens Pigtown Restaurant, Offers Free Culinary Training To ResidentsThere's a brand new flavor in Pigtown. The charity Paul's Place has opened a state-of-the-art, 14,000-square foot facility called Groundwork Kitchen that houses both a restaurant and a free, 12-week culinary arts program for adults 18 to 80.
Owner Of Little Italy's Joe Benny's Struggles Without Federal Help
'We Are Barely Hanging On': Iconic Faidley's Seafood Struggled Through Pandemic After Not Receiving Any Money From Restaurant Revitalization FundThousands of businesses across the US were never paid any relief funding during the pandemic and now many, even here locally, are struggling to make ends meet.
Baltimore County Votes To Extend To-Go Cocktails For At Least 2 YearsThe Baltimore County Board of Liquor License Commissioners decided after a hearing Monday to resume to-go or carry out cocktail privileges for bars and restaurants for at least 2 years.
Baltimore County To Consider Extending To-Go CocktailsAs Maryland's state of emergency ends Thursday the Baltimore County Board of Liquor License Commissioners announced that the temporary allowance of to-go cocktails will end Thursday too. But it might not be the end for the policy.
Ocean City Officials Ask Visitors To Be Patient As They Continue To Struggle With Staffing Hotels, Restaurants And AttractionsThe Town of Ocean City is asking visitors to pack their patience, as a workforce shortage has wait times at restaurants, hotels and attraction longer than normal.
Outdoor Dining Program Extended In Baltimore, Allowing Restaurants To Keep Expanded SeatingBaltimore Mayor Brandon Scott announced the city's Outdoor Dining Program will be extended.
Baltimore Businesses Looking To Recover After Pandemic Punch To Tourism In 2020Ravens games are one of those things that bring fans from near and far into the Baltimore city. It's great news for local businesses that took a huge hit during this pandemic.
Restaurants, Retailers Struggle To Find Workers As Capacity Restrictions EaseFirst, restaurants struggled to stay afloat during the early days of the pandemic last year. Now as capacity restrictions are being lifted, many restaurants are facing a new struggle - staffing.
COVID Latest: Mask Mandates Remain Indoors While Dining, Shopping In MarylandGov. Larry Hogan announced Wednesday afternoon while he's lifting mask mandates outdoors, masks will still be required while indoors whether dining or shopping.
Restaurants Reopening: Where Do They Stand, And How Do They Recover From COVID?As vaccinations continue and the economy opens up, restaurants, which have suffered during COVID, look for the way forward.
Baltimore City Lifts More COVID Restrictions FridayBaltimore City lifted more COVID-19 restrictions Friday morning.