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

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BALTIMORE (WJZ) – If you’re planning to eat in the Baltimore area this week, you might want to know which restaurants are open or remain closed after several restaurants reported cases of COVID-19 among employees.Here’s what we have so far, we’ll update the list as their status updates.

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Ampersée: The Fells Point restaurant closed on July 14 after an unscheduled employee told managers he was showing symptoms of COVID-19. They reopened on July 17th after a thorough cleaning.

“After receiving the test results from our employees and having thoroughly and professionally sanitized our entire restaurant, we are confident to reopen for dinner tonight! We will continue to sit only our outdoor terraces and our walks. Masks will be worn by our staff at all times and customers will be encouraged to wear them at all times when they are not seated. Thank you for understanding us and supporting us! We can’t wait to see you all tonight! ” they said in a Facebook Facebook post.

Pub de Claddagh: Closed July 5th after saying they were closing for cleaning. They did not say whether any members had tested positive for the virus. The pub reopened on July 7th.

Cowboy Row: Closed on June 29 after learning that a staff member tested positive for COVID-19. TBA reopening.

Restaurant Gertrude au Baltimore Museum of Art: Temporarily closed due to a positive COVID-19 test for one of the restaurant employees, according to the restaurant’s Facebook on Saturday.

Gunther & Co: Currently closed after an employee tested positive for COVID-19, they learned on July 17.

“We are closing temporarily to not only clean and disinfect our facilities in accordance with CDC guidelines, but also to ensure that all of our staff are tested,” the post said.

Bar and cuisine El Bufalo Tequila: Closed on July 3 after an employee tested positive for COVID-19. They reopened on July 15 after “deep cleaning, disinfection and deep fogging”

Lee Pint and Shell: Closed on July 1 after learning that three employees tested positive for COVID-19. They did a deep clean of the restaurant and reopened on July 16.

Looney’s Pub: Closed on June 27 after learning that an employee tested positive for COVID-19. They tested every employee, cleaned the building, and reopened on July 6 for table service downstairs and outside only.

Nacho Mama’s in Towson: Closed for the second time in July after an employee tested positive for the virus. The employee last worked on July 15.

Southern provisions: Closed on July 4 after learning that one of its staff had tested positive for the virus. They test each employee. TBA reopening.

The Pig and Rooster smokehouse: Closed on July 3 after learning that an employee had tested positive for the virus. They reopened on July 7 after disinfecting the restaurant, saying they would do it once a month to keep their customers and employees safe.

The Hunter: Closed on July 3 after learning that an employee was positive for COVID-19. They reopened on July 7 after a thorough cleaning, which they said they would do once a month for security reasons.

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