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.
Baltimore restaurants and diners adjust to new one-hour limit on in-person dining. How are things going so far?
January 29, 2021