BY AKINA CHARGUALAF
For the Journal
When Lenny J. and Pika P. Fejeran first opened Pika’s Café in 2010, it was the beginning of a small mom-and-pop café. Fast-forward six years, and the once tiny breakfast and lunch venue located across from St. John’s School in Upper Tumon has grown in popularity and is now ready to take its next big step.
The sole proprietorship has grown to a partnership under Guahan Eats Inc., which does business as Pika's Café. The partners include the Fejerans; Darren N. Talai, who is also co . . .
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