Mouthful

Foster's Market offers burgers, fried chicken

andrea.weigl@newsobserver.comJanuary 5, 2013 

Burgers and fried chicken

Owner Sera Cuni of Foster’s Market in Chapel Hill said the café and retail store is popular at breakfast and lunch, but not so much for dinner.

So Cuni has launched special entrée nights each week.

On Wednesday evenings, they serve fried chicken. On Friday nights, they are now serving burgers.

For more information, go to fostersmarket.com.

We reported recently that Durham entrepreneur Sara Foster sold the Chapel Hill location to Cuni, a longtime employee. Both women have said nothing will change at either location for the next two years. To read that story, go to goo.gl/t84ot. 

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