City Limits Customers Set Tab Up for First Responders and Healthcare Workers

| April 9, 2020 | 0 Comments

As first responders, healthcare workers, and emergency personnel work hard on the front lines during the COVID-19 pandemic, customers at City Limits in Locust Point have set up a tab so those workers can get a free meal. It was started last week by Locust Point resident Andy Uza who came up with the idea and contributed $500.  Contributions by additional neighbors, customers, and friends of City Limits have keept the tab going.

City Limits co-owner Ronald Prochoren told SouthBMore.com the tab has brought in more than $2,800 in contributions and sat at $600-plus at the start of business today. If people want to contribute, they can message City Limits on Facebook, stop by the pick-up window, or call the restaurant.

City Limits, like all bars and restaurants in Maryland, has closed its dining room after an executive order from Governor Hogan on March 16th. City Limits still offers carryout food and drinks on Monday and Tuesday from 4pm to 9pm and Wednesday through Sunday from 11am to 9pm.

Prochoren said City Limits has been able to get by and keep most of its staff working thanks to support from the neighborhood. “The support the neighborhood has given us has been overwhelming,” he said. “It shows they want us to stick around.”

He also noted that some really big tips have come in from customers during this time.

City Limits is using this down time in its bar and dining room to give the space a facelift and deep cleaning.

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