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  • Hogan extends moratorium on utility shutoffs, late fees through July 1 Hogan extends moratorium on utility shutoffs, late fees through July 1Gov. Larry Hogan today extended his order prohibiting utility companies from shutting off services for residents or charging them late fees through July 1. The order stops electric, gas, water, sewage, phone, cable TV and internet service providers from shutting off services at residences or charging households a late fee for lack of payment.
  • Baltimore restaurants allowed to have outdoor dining on Friday Baltimore restaurants allowed to have outdoor dining on FridayMayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young today announced that restaurants with outdoor dining permits will be allowed to begin serving customers outside starting at 5 p.m. on Friday in accordance with new guidance from Gov. Larry Hogan. Restaurants that do not have an outdoor dining permit can apply for a temporary permit online starting at 9 ...
  • Chef Bledsoe is leaving Miss Shirley’s Cafe to helm Towson restaurant group Chef Bledsoe is leaving Miss Shirley's Cafe to helm Towson restaurant groupChef Brigitte O. Bledsoe, a mainstay in the kitchen of Miss Shirley’s Cafe for years, has left to lead Towson Tavern and sister operations The Rec Room and Torrent Lounge.
  • Gypsy Queen adding location at Whole Foods Market in Harbor East, will begin delivery tomorrow Gypsy Queen adding location at Whole Foods Market in Harbor East, will begin delivery tomorrowThe Gypsy Queen Cafe Food Truck, which also has a “truckstaurant” in Hampden, is adding a third member to its family of eateries: a cafe in Harbor East. The Gypsy Queen Cafe has set up shop inside the new, soon-to-open Whole Foods supermarket in Harbor East. Located at 711 S. Central Ave., the eatery will ...
  • City Cafe has closed permanently due to the COVID-19 pandemic City Cafe has closed permanently due to the COVID-19 pandemicAfter 25 years as a fixture in Mount Vernon, City Cafe has closed permanently. Owners Gino Cardinale and Bruce Bodie posted on social media today saying the business, currently closed because of the coronavirus pandemic, isn’t coming back. “This isn’t the ending we hoped for,” they wrote.
  • Workout to Support the Baltimore Restaurant Relief Fund Workout to Support the Baltimore Restaurant Relief Fund
  • These Baltimore-area restaurants are letting customers buy meals for front-line workers These Baltimore-area restaurants are letting customers buy meals for front-line workersWith Maryland restaurants closing their dining rooms under state order and shifting to drive-through, curbside pickup and delivery over the past month and a half, some have found ways to feed health care professionals, first responders and other workers on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic. From providing discounts to essential workers, to delivering ...
  • What I miss about dining out in Baltimore What I miss about dining out in BaltimoreI’ve been trying to wrap my head around this whole quarantine thing. Trying to write something meaningful or helpful. But I just keep writing sappy notes about the places and people I miss. So, I’m going with that. I miss Old Fashioneds at Lobo and Manhattans at Peter’s Inn. Negronis at Sugarvale and Orto. Martinis ...
  • How Village Square Cafe is Coping during Coronavirus How Village Square Cafe is Coping during CoronavirusSmall businesses and non-profits are especially hard hit during the coronavirus outbreak. We get it! Baltimore Fishbowl is a small business, too. To help small businesses and non-profits, we will provide regular updates to let you know how they are coping.  The following is an update from Roseann Glick, Owner of  Village Square Cafe on how ...
  • The Charmery launches chef collaboration series with new ice cream flavors The Charmery launches chef collaboration series with new ice cream flavorsThe Charmery is teaming up with local chefs to develop some new limited-edition ice cream flavors, including a strawberry hibiscus lime mezcal ice cream from Chef Carlos Raba of Clavel. The Charmery will only be making 200 pints of that flavor, which will be available for pre-order online starting Friday.