Edna Morales, owner of Edna’s Café, stands behind the counter of her Fuquay-Varina restaurant and in front of a newly painted wall. The restaurant was known as the Meeting Corner for about three years before other downtown business owners helped her transform the restaurant and gave her advice to help her revitalize it.
Edna Morales, owner of Edna’s Café, stands behind the counter of her Fuquay-Varina restaurant and in front of a newly painted wall. The restaurant was known as the Meeting Corner for about three years before other downtown business owners helped her transform the restaurant and gave her advice to help her revitalize it. Henry Gargan. hgargan@newsobserver.com
Edna Morales, owner of Edna’s Café, stands behind the counter of her Fuquay-Varina restaurant and in front of a newly painted wall. The restaurant was known as the Meeting Corner for about three years before other downtown business owners helped her transform the restaurant and gave her advice to help her revitalize it. Henry Gargan. hgargan@newsobserver.com

Edna’s Café reopens with help of downtown Fuquay-Varina neighbors

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