Caribbean Sunrise Bakery
opened on North Main Street in 1996.
"It's a pleasant and friendly place, reggae playing loudly
over the speakers, students from Jackson High School next door
stopping in for a bottle of Squeez'r on their way home. Bread
is piled high on the counter. It has about 10 tables spread over
two rooms. The drive-through window stays busy.
Ricketts, the eatjamaican.com guy, has eaten there
often on his way through town and has a glowing review on his
Web site. The fish patty and Muslim bean pie were about the best
he's had, he wrote.
Louis Fred Daley -- he goes by Fred -- is the owner.
He came to the United States
from Jamaica 12 years ago, but the accent is still
The meals are $3.75 for small, $6.96 for large,
which comes with vegetables and plantains. Jerk chicken and oxtails
are the best sellers, Daley said. "
Friday, April 20, 2001
To get to Caribbean Sunrise from Highway
95, coming from the south, take the exit for Highway 1 South,
go east about a third of a mile and exit onto Main Street. Take
Main Street North for about three quarters of a mile. Caribbean
Sunrise bakery is a stand-alone building at a far corner of a
block on the left hand side of Main Street. Coming from the North,
take the Highway 1 exit, go left on Highway 1 and follow the