Chefs In The City: How COVID-19 Is Reshaping Columbus Restaurants
More than half of the state’s restaurant and bar owners say they’re concerned their businesses will permanently close within the next nine months, according to a survey released earlier this month by the Ohio Restaurant Association.
COVID-19 restrictions have already forced a number of Columbus eateries out of business, but others are finding creative ways to stay afloat.
Today on All Sides Weekend Chefs in the City, we look at how the pandemic is reshaping the Columbus dining scene, plus some good news about the culinary school at Columbus State Community College.
- Steve Stover, WOSU food critic
- Josh Wickham, director of operations, Columbus State Community College School of Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts
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