Episode: Speck Italian Eatery


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Speck Italian Eatery

On this episode of the podcast, Ray talks about chef Josh Dalton's third restaurant, Speck Italian Eatery. He covers the differences between Speck and Veritas, his recent dining experience at Speck and first at Speck since the coronavirus pandemic, and why its the only Delaware restaurant worthy of a 40 minute drive from downtown Columbus. For more on chef Josh Dalton and Speck Italian Eatery, visit spoonmob.com/speckitalianeatery. 

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