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Baltimore restaurants and diners adjust to new one-hour limit on in-person dining. How are things going so far?

January 29, 2021

Out to dinner at Dylan’s Oyster Cellar this weekend, Chris Franzoni checked the time every 15 minutes. The Federal Hill resident, a lawyer and food blogger, wasn’t being rude. He was simply complying with a new rule in Baltimore meant to slow the spread of COVID-19. In a news conference last week announcing that the city’s bars and restaurants could resume on-premise service at limited capacity, Mayor Brandon Scott added some caveats: Among them, guests must sign in and out, and they must leave within an hour.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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