Local Restaurants Feed Your Need

CBM Bay Weekly online map shows restaurants staying open to serve 

If you’re like me, you started dreaming of a meal at your favorite restaurant the minute the governor announced “dining in” is temporarily not an option. 

But don’t worry. Local restaurants have risen to the occasion. 

Carry-out, curbside and delivery services are being offered by more than 250 area restaurants—and that number keeps rising.  

We’ve been busy contacting restaurants to get their game plan and have compiled our findings in an interactive online map at www.bayweekly.com. 

Some locations are using delivery services such as Uber Eats or DoorDash to get meals to you. Others are giving waitstaff a chance to make a living while they’re not needed as servers.   

And there’s more good news.  

Restrictions on alcohol sales have eased. Wine, beer and even Maryland’s favorite crushes are available to go—or for delivery to your home. 

CBM Bay Weekly is part of the Chesapeake Bay Media family, and we all work together as a team. Big thanks go to Chesapeake Bay Magazine’s Chris Landers, Mike Ogar and Megan Tilley for their help in this effort. 

And especially to Landers, who suggests I try a watermelon crush. Please let me know if you hear of a spot offering them. 

Restaurant options, services and hours are constantly changing. We are doing our best to keep our map updated. Contact the restaurant directly for the most up-to-date information. Restaurants can provide their information by filling out our online form at www.bayweekly.com.