A new wave of restaurants, bars and coffee shop have opened in Columbus this summer, and we’re all doing our best to keep up with the activity.
Columbus Underground Associate Editor Susan Post and Columbus Underground Co-Founder Walker Evans talk about the newest spots, share some initial thoughts, and discuss Columbus dining trends.
Have you been to a new restaurant recently? Leave a comment and share your fave with us!
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