TOWSON, Md. — Maryland counties in the third phase of reopening now have 75 percent capacity for restaurants indoors.
That's all counties in our area except for Anne Arundel and Baltimore City.
The governor made the announcement Friday - just in time for the state's first restaurant week.
WMAR spoke to the general manager of Nacho Mama's in Towson on Monday, who said she's grateful for the increase.
She believes it will help them with foot traffic because they can cut down on wait times..
"I think a lot of people are still very cautious...I think it's a happy medium," she said.
Leaders are reminding everyone to remain vigilant with masks and social distancing.