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As we navigate through the coronavirus outbreak, there are still a number of restaurants that are continuing to serve the public.Here at WMAR-2 News, we’re shining a light on five local businesses that are making sure the public has something to eat!Baltimore County:Pappas Restaurant and Sports Bar in Cockeysville:Pappas Restaurant and Sports Bar has carryout and delivery service still available. You can get their world famous crab cakes, a number of different sandwiches, burgers and seafood dishes. They’re open 11 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.Click here for their menu!Towson Diner:The Towson Diner has delivery and carryout! You can get all day breakfast, delicious desserts, appetizers, burgers. Italian food and seafood! Whether you want breakfast, lunch, dinner or a late night snack, they’re a great option!They’re open from 9 a.m to 9 p.m. and you can find their menu by clicking here.Baltimore:Roland Park Bagels:Need another breakfast option? Roland Park Bagels has curbside pickup and delivery! You can get coffee, tea, smoothies and a variety of different bagels!They’re open 7 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and their delivery menu can be found here.Pie in the Sky:Craving Pizza? You can head to Fells Point for carryout or get delivery if that’s better for you! Pie in the Sky has wings, appetizers, salads and gourmet sandwiches and of course pizzas!They’re open from 10:30 a.m. to 3 a.m. which means you can practically grab a slice all day long if you’d like! Here’s a link to their menu.Harford County:Touché Touchet:Touché Touchet is Columbia’s premier neighborhood bakery with carryout and delivery only at this time.They’re an old fashioned neighborhood bakery, offering the finest quality, fresh-baked products to include: custom order cakes, pies, cookies, pastries, croissants, brownies, cinnamon rolls, cupcakes and more. They also have sandwiches and drinks!They are closed Monday’s but here’s a look at the rest of their hours.Tuesday – Friday 7 am – 6 pmSaturday 8 am – 4 pmSunday 9 am – 2 pmClick here for their menu!As always, if anything weather related changes, you can find that information at WMAR-2 News Meteorologist Patrick Pete’s Twitter!