Baltimore is gearing up for another summer of crabcakes and cocktails on porches, patios and picnic tables. As the warm weather rolls in and a new outdoor dining season springs into action, the city has decided that one coronavirus pandemic innovation, the curbside dining parklet, is here to stay. Since 2020, Baltimore has allowed restaurants to set up tables and chairs in parking spots as a way to draw customers who want to eat out but are wary of contracting COVID-19.
Outdoor dining is here to stay: 5 things to know about Baltimore’s new policy for curbside parklets
May 2, 2023