As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, several Baltimore City businesses have been fined or shut down due to overcrowding concerns or allegations that they improperly served customers indoors. At city liquor license board hearings, restaurant owners and commissioners alike have repeatedly cited “confusion” about the city and state regulations. Many establishments have been fined between $100 and $200, but one liquor license has been revoked. The health department, meanwhile, has shut down several establishments.
Here are the Baltimore bars and restaurants that have been penalized by the city for coronavirus-related violations
April 16, 2021