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Friday May 7th

Food


UNC junior Erin Boone, seinor Artistea Tontai, and Isiuwa Oghagbon chat after enjoying an outdoor meal at Mediterranenan Deli on Franklin Street on Monday, April 26.

Restaurants ask for permanent sidewalk space as COVID-19 regulations loosen

Although social distancing and capacity guidelines are being lifted, businesses on Franklin Street have advocated for some of these new policies to stick around, like allowances for outdoor seating space. For the past year, local restaurants have benefitted from curbside parking spots, extended sidewalks, outdoor seating and other temporary allowances approved by the Town of Chapel Hill. Robert Poitras, the owner of Carolina Brewery on West Franklin, has advocated to make patio extensions on West Franklin Street — like the one at Carolina Brewery — permanent to both the Town and the NCDOT.

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An employee of Little Waves Cafe speaks with a customer on April 9, 2021.

Areli Barrera de Grodski aims to uplift and diversify with her coffee business

“It is great to see all the women working alongside Areli,” Valeria Barrera, Barrera de Grodski's  sister and bookkeeper at Little Waves said. “They are really involved in the business and community and its been very encouraging to see the way that the women like to get into the coffee business, from the history to the small details such like the way coffee beans are grown and where they come from.”

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Katelynn Laws dices an onion in  the kitchen of her apartment on Sunday, Aug. 30, 2020. Despite the warm evening, Laws opened a window to let in some fresh air.

Students turn to meal kit delivery services to cook in quarantine

The meal kit delivery business has skyrocketed over the past few months due to the pandemic. UNC students are find these services to be helpful for saving time and money s a college student. According to Businesswire, the meal kit delivery market is expected to increase by 15.93 billion dollars over the next 4 years. Companies work by mailing portioned ingredients to your door, making it easier to cook and follow recipes.  

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