Baynes Lake gets served

Two years ago Rob Prevost looked out from the porch of the Baynes Lake General Store and had an idea.

Baynes Lake Cafe cook

By Anthony Dransfeld

Contributor

 

Two years ago Rob Prevost looked out from the porch of the Baynes Lake General Store and had an idea. That idea became a reality on Wednesday, August 1 when Rob and his wife Debbie opened the Baynes Lake Café located next door to the General Store in Baynes Lake.

Rob did the renovations with help from some of the local contractors and neighbours and has been working non stop this past month to get open on August 1. The Baynes Lake Café will open 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. seven days a week and will offer a lunch and dinner menu, which include prime rib burgers, pulled pork, various salads, veggie burgers, beef dip, sandwiches and soups as well as pizza (a hot one appropriately called the Fire Hall, which is funny because Rob is a volunteer fireman for Baynes Lake) and a house special pizza as well

The Baynes Lake Cafe will offer take out and sit down (26 seats.)

The cooks at the Baynes Lake Café will be Bonnie Kari and her daughter Brenda.

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