Oussama Ait Oumenni

The secret behind Evan’s fish and chips.  He is the man in the kitchen. The co-owner and manager.    Born and raised in Morocco, Oussama quickly adapted to Canada, in both Montreal and Dartmouth!

 

 

Joline d’Entremont

Evan’s middle daughter. After completing her degrees at Université Sainte-Anne, Joline moved to Montreal to gain some teaching experience. After four years of teaching, she moved back to Nova Scotia to open the restaurant with husband Oussama.  Turns out after 6 years, Joline and family adore Downtown Dartmouth and are so happy to be part of this amazing community filled with kind, smart, welcoming folks. Feels like home for sure.

Joline continues to be part of daily business while parenting full time.

 

Joline d’Entremont

Jocelyne d’Entremont

Evan’s youngest daughter. Jocelyne has been selling her father’s catch for years.  She did so throughout university selling at farmer’s markets and continues today at Evan’s resto in Dartmouth. You can find her here on Fridays.  Her nutrition degree is a great asset.

Jocelyne d’Entremont

Sydney Daoust

Syd’s been on our team part-time for a few years. She’s a wonderful mother to a toddler, a kind friend, a hard worker, an amazing vegan baker and our photographer. At Evan’s she is efficient, calm and oh so cool.

Sydney Daoust

Karlee Muise

Also Acadian, but from the Tusket area, Karlee Muise works part-time while she completes her university degree. Her pleasant and friendly ways make her a natural fit for Evan’s.

Karlee Muise

Angela Simpson

It seems so long ago since we knew Angela as a customer indulging on our gluten-free fish and chips. Evan’s benefits from her gluten awareness, her work ethic and friendly ways with our customers. She has gained so much fish knowledge and has even become a grand-mother during her years on our team. Angela has a strong community spirit and shows it through her volunteerism in the coop housing sector.

Grace Oakley

This young woman joined our team in May of 2017 fresh out of the culinary arts program. Great Grace is super awesome to have in our kitchen.

Grace Oakley

Stacey Dickens

Always wearing a smile, this woman is smart, strong, pleasant and so much more. We’re thrilled she moved to Dartmouth.

Stacey Dickens

Mario Escobar

Born and raised in Brazil. We’ve had him on our team part-time during his culinary schooling and afterwards. You can find Mario working on Fridays.

Mario Escobar

Scot Everson

A powerhouse. Scot can handle the pressure of a busy kitchen and is not afraid to get things done. He’s full of wisdom and has a thirst for learning. He continues to study at Dal.

Scot Everson