Bakery reopens with international offerings

Crowsnest Bakery is open again on Keremeos' Seventh Avenue

Mark Mudahy recently reopened Crows Nest Bakery in Keremeos' downtown

Mark Mudahy recently reopened Crows Nest Bakery in Keremeos' downtown

Keremeos main business block got an other boost earlier this month when Mark Mudahy reopened the doors of the Crows Nest Bakery, adding another international flavour to food offerings on the village’s main street.

Mark has been in the business for 14 years. He’s opening the bakery form 7 a.m. until 4 p.m. from Wednesday to Sunday, serving Caribbean foods,  Crowsnest bakery products and traditional soups and sandwiches.

“I’ve got weekend  specials in Caribbean foods, like jerked chicken and rice and beans,” he said.

Mudahy has outdoor seating, coffee and baked goods for morning customers in addition to Jamaican beef, chicken and pork patties, as well as traditional lunch offerings. His intention is to “see what happens” in the fall , in terms of operating hours.

In addition to running the bakery, Mudahy has a contract at the food court of UBC Okanagan in Kelowna.