Portion of Cross Street in Federal Hill to Close Again in the Spring for Outdoor Dining

| February 8, 2021 | 0 Comments

Federal Hill Main Street told SouthBMore.com that the north side of the unit block of E. Cross St. will once again close for outdoor dining this spring, likely in March. This first started in July of last year, but was removed in December when Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott implemented a temporary ban on indoor and outdoor dining in the city.

The unit block of E. Cross St. is on both sides of Cross Street Market. The south side remained open for vehicular traffic and that will remain the same this year. The south side does feature the market’s outdoor seating patio.

The Baltimore City Department of Transportation did use the gap in outdoor dining on the unit block of E. Cross St. to repave the street in January.

Many additional restaurants around Federal Hill have set up parklets, which remove on-street parking spaces with outdoor dining areas.

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