Last Sunday, a new bakery opened on Main Street in Hampton Bays.
The new bakery, called Antojitos, which translates to crepes in English, is owned by Robisnon Velez, who hails from Columbia.
Velez and his wife, Fabioli, who is from Peru, bake up numerous delights on a daily basis from pindevons, which is a bread, rolled into a ball, packed with cheese and baked; and bunuelos, which are the fried version of pindevons.
Also made daily are sweet corn tortillas, as well as cakes, pastries and cookies.
Aside from bakery goods, the bakery has an expanded menu that includes empanadas stuffed with meat and chicken, hamburgers, sandwiches, and hot dogs.
Velez said he wanted to offer his customers many choices and also keep his prices fair.
"A lot of people say my prices are even too cheep," he said.
Velez, a Hampton Bays resident, said he had perviously worked at a bakery in East Hampton, last year deciding it was time to open his own shop, similar to one his father owned in Columbia.
"I grew up in my father's bakery," said Velez, who said that everything he knows about baking, he learned from his father.
"As a child, I was always covered head to toe in flour," he said.
Antojitos is open daily from 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
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