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“I mean, I can’t tell you how many people came around on the day that he passed to express their condolences,” David Ferretti said.
Looking to the future, Ferretti-Berrios and David Ferretti said they hope to see Chicken Lou’s grow, but would also be content to see the shop keep its character.
“I’d love to have a Chicken Lou’s on every corner,” Ferretti-Berrios said. “But if we could just stay here for another 30 years and continue being part of the community, I would be happy with that as well.”
Lou Ferretti may not have had a food service background when he set up his canteen trucks nearly 40 years ago, but, according to Ferretti-Berrios, he was still very much a businessman. She said her brother told her stories of her grandfather being offered a Dunkin’ Donuts franchise during the company’s infant stages.
“His response was ‘Coffee and doughnuts. Who wants that?’” she said. “I always joke that I could have been an heiress to Dunkin’ Donuts, but I’ll take Chicken Lou’s over Dunkin’ [Donuts] any day.”
Photo by Scotty Schenck