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Liam Flynn, owner of Liam Flynn's Ale House at 22 W. North Avenue in Baltimore, reported a substantial loss in business during the weeks following the civil unrest in April and May and the city-imposed 10-day curfew because of uneasiness felt by his customers when it came to going out to eat in the city. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)
Liam Flynn, owner of Liam Flynn's Ale House at 22 W. North Avenue in Baltimore, reported a substantial loss in business during the weeks following the civil unrest in April and May and the city-imposed 10-day curfew because of uneasiness felt by his customers when it came to going out to eat in the city. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)

Baltimore restaurants aim for a rebound from post-riot blues

More than two months after the Baltimore riots and ensuing curfew, local restaurants are still searching for ways to rebound financially and recover lost revenues. The lost profits for owners and wages for employees have already been incurred, but the challenge is combating the long-term impact of decline in business stemming from the April unrest, local ...

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