Epi 198 :: Dmitri Chekaldin :: Owner :: Jake Rice :: Beverage Director :: Dacha


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Restaurateur Dmitri Chekaldin and Beverage Director Jake Rice of Dacha Beer Garden join us for this raucous two-for-one epi where we get two guests and two cocktails for one listen! We hear all about the triumphs and tribulations of outdoor hospitality—from being so popular you sell out of EVERYTHING to not-so glamorous port-a-potty icky-ness (keep that cell phone secure, friends). Jake and Gina both serve us up delectable libations while we deliberate the current state of the food and beverage industry. You’ll walk away with renewed appreciation for these crazy hard F&B professionals and when you walk into the next restaurant or bar with your buds we’re sure you’ll bring an attitude that’s a little less a**hole and a little more understanding.

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