Baltimore-area bars, restaurants that closed due to COVID-19 cases among employees – CBS Baltimore


Baltimore (WJZ) – If you plan to eat out in the Baltimore area this week, you want to know which restaurants are open or closed after reports of COVID-19 cases among employees.

What we have so far, we will update the list as their status update.

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Ampersea: The restaurant at Fells Point closed on July 14 when an undocumented employee told managers they were exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19. They reopened on July 17 after a deep cleaning.

“Having received our employee test results as well as keeping our entire restaurant in a clean and in-depth manner professionally, we are confident in reopening for dinner service tonight! We will only continue our outdoor courtyard and promenade areas. Masks will be worn continuously by our staff and patrons will be asked to wear them any time they are not seated. Thank you for understanding and supporting us! We look forward to seeing you all tonight! ” He said in a Facebook post on Friday.

Claddagh Pub: After the closure on 5 July, they said they were off to clean up. He did not say whether any members had tested positive for the virus. The pub reopened on 7 July.

Cowboy Row: The staff member who tested positive for COVID-19 was discontinued on June 29 after learning. Reopening TBA.

Gertrude Restaurant at Baltimore Museum of Art: According to the restaurant’s Facebook on Saturday, restaurant testing for COVID-19 was temporarily closed due to one of the employees on positive.

Gunther & Company: Currently an employee laid off after testing positive for COVID-19, they learned on 17 July.

“We are temporarily shutting down not only to clean and disinfect our facility according to CDC guidelines, but also to ensure that our employees are all tested.”

El Buffalo Tequila Bar & Kitchen: Discontinued on 3 July after an employee tested positive for COVID-19. They reopened on July 15 after “intensive, thorough cleaning, hygiene and fogging”

Lee’s Pint and Shell: Three employees who tested positive for COVID-19 were laid off on 1 July after learning. They held a deep performance at the restaurant and reopened on 16 July.

Loni’s Pub: Closed on 27 June after an employee tested positive for COVID-19. He tested each employee, cleaned the building and reopened on July 6 only for down and out table service.

Nacho Mama’s Tojon: An employee tested positive for the virus after being laid off for a second time in July. The employee last worked on 15 July.

Southern Provision: One of his employees tested positive for the closed virus on 4 July after learning. They are testing every employee. Reopening TBA.

Pig and Rooster Smokehouse: Discontinued after an employee tested positive for the virus on 3 July. They reopened the restaurant on 7 July after disinfecting the restaurant, saying they are doing it once a month to keep their guests and staff safe.

Chessur: The employee, who tested positive for COVID-19, was laid off on July 3 after learning. They reopened after a deep cleaning on July 7, in which they said they would perform once a month for safety precautions.

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