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Now open in the community of Cooper’s Town is Trudy’s Bakery and Snacks. Offering a variety of native dishes and her famous pizza and pastries served hot from her bakery. Trudy’s is located across the road from the McIntosh Plaza that hosts the Road Traffic Division in North Abaco.

Entrepreneur Report July 15

New Business- Trudy’s Bakery and Snacks Reopens

By Vernique Russell

Now open in the community of Cooper’s Town is Trudy’s Bakery and Snacks. Offering a variety of native dishes and her famous pizza and pastries served hot from her bakery. Trudy’s is located across the road from the McIntosh Plaza that hosts the Road Traffic Division in North Abaco.

The operating hours are Monday to Saturday from 7am until. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner along with a wide variety of snacks.

The owner, Trudy Bullard, is no stranger to the food industry as she has worked for many years at the Spanish Cay Resort and in Nassau at a major resort. The owner and staff are inviting you to stop by today and sample one of their amazing menu choices. For further information interested persons can contact 365-0195.

Natasha’s Multi-purpose Services Offers Unique Service

By Samantha Evans

Natasha Paul recently moved her business to #4 Poppy Lane were she offers a wide range of unique services such as English speaking classes for the Creole speaking community. She began Creole speaking classes for the teachers and staff of Central Abaco Primary School last school year which they will resume in September. Paul stated that this summer she decided to offer her usual academic classes for students from Grades 1 to 8 but included classes to teach Creole speaking children to speak English.

In September, she will be extending her Creole classes to the general public with special group rates being offered to corporate businesses, schools, and churches. Classes can be held at their business establishment or at her center. Classes will be held at her center from 5:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. Monday to Saturday.

The summer program is being offered Monday to Friday 9:00 a.m. to noon. Beginning in August the center will be open every day except Sunday. She will also be selling educational books, games, and toys at her center which will be in just in time for Back-to-School.

She has requests for numerous other services some of which will be added in the near future. Persons interested in learning more about the services she will be providing can contact her at 367-6285 or 458-5115. Her center is open 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

 

Chaka’s Take-A-Way

By Samantha Evans

Chaka’s Take-A-Way opened at the end of May 2013 on Granville Davis Place in Murphy Town. Owner, Chaka Blatch, started out in the take-a-way business on Hope Town at Munchies then worked for a short while in the straw industry but she quickly realized that her passion was for cooking.

This is when she decided to open her first take-a-way. She started out with breakfast then decided to focus on lunch and dinner only. She serves mainly native dishes, burgers and snacks along with guava duff, ice cream and cakes. She plans to add more Bahamian desserts to the menu soon.

She noted that her most sought after dish is the crack conch which is totally delicious. Since she has been open, the feedback has been great especially at night time. In the coming months, she plans to revisit the breakfast menu because persons have been asking for it. She is open Monday to Thursday 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. and Fridays and Saturdays 11:00 a.m. to midnight.

They can be reached by calling 699-2086.  

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