Jeff Delorme prepares pizzas for take-out at the newly opened Lemon Tree Restaurant and Pizza. Recently transplanted from Salmon Arm

Lemon Tree takes root in Sicamous

Jeff Delorme prepares pizzas for take-out at the newly opened Lemon Tree Restaurant and Pizza.

Jeff Delorme prepares pizzas for take-out at the newly opened Lemon Tree Restaurant and Pizza. Recently transplanted from Salmon Arm, the Lemon Tree is co-owned and operated by Jeff and wife Lynette Delorme, and Lynette’s parents, Jennifer and Randy Taylor. The four also run the Eagle Valley Artisan Gift Shop next door at the Parkland Mall. Jeff says the Sicamous restaurant serves pizza as well as a full menu of meal options, including a $5 breakfast. The Lemon Tree is open seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.

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