Entrepreneurs introducing Asian and Haitian flavors to Bainbridge residents

Christine Vancamp, the owner of Ono Kine Local Grindz, is bringing her Asian Fusion cuisine to Bainbridge. Inspired by her Korean grandparents and upbringing in Hawaii, she offers dishes like shoyu chicken, kalbi, and lumpia to customers.

Ritho Jean Louis, the manager and owner of Ritho Caribbean Spot, grew up cooking for his sisters in Haiti and brings a unique blend of flavors to the area. He explains how his journey to Bainbridge was influenced by the harvest seasons and a lack of traditional Haitian cuisine in the area. He saw an opportunity to introduce his culture’s dishes to the community and provide a taste of home to those missing it.

Both Louis and Vancamp are passionate about sharing their cultural heritage through food and providing a unique dining experience for the community. By offering Asian and Haitian cuisine in Bainbridge, they hope to introduce residents to new flavors and comfort food that they may not have experienced before. Their stories and dedication to their craft have brought diversity and international flair to the small town.

By Samantha Johnson

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