Liquor Law Change Sees “Market” Kicking Off ‘Rush Hour’ Specials August 7th

Market by Jean-Georges is located at 1128 West Georgia St. | 604-695-1115 |

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Vancouver, BC | MARKET by Jean-Georges is embracing the recent changes to B.C.’s liquor legislation with the introduction of ‘Rush Hour’ featuring a tantalizing menu of daily appetizer and cocktail specials. ‘Rush Hour’ will be kicking off on August 7 and will be available throughout the year between 4:00 and 6:00 pm in the MARKET bar and outdoor terrace. The first round of specials will offer the following:

Monday – Vodka and Gin Martini $7, ?Chicken Wings, Black Pepper Glaze $10
Tuesday – Ginger Margarita $7, Crispy Short Rib Taco with Chipotle Mayo and Lime $8
Wednesday – ? Rosé $7, Popcorn Shrimp with Ranch and Herbs $10
Thursday – Grapefruit Gimlet $7, Chef’s Pizza Creation $10
Friday – Hugo $7, MARKET Root Chips & Dip served with housemade Ranch and Sriracha Dip $5

A favourite hangout for locals and visitors alike, the alluring MARKET bar features high-polished recycled aluminum high-top chairs, Asian-inspired banquettes, white-marble cocktail tables and olive leather and dark wood chairs. The spacious outdoor terrace is an oasis overlooking the bustling city below, and the perfect place to end a busy day.

Chef de Cuisine Montgomery Lau oversees the MARKET kitchen where he highlights cuisine inspired by the classics of Jean-Georges’ “greatest hits” with fresh, locally produced ingredients emphasizing comfort and creativity–including new flavour combinations that explore spices from other regions, all while remaining close to home.
For more information about ‘Rush Hour’ or for reservations, call MARKET by Jean-Georges at (604) 695-1115 or visit



1115 Alberni Street, 3rd Floor, Vancouver, BC V6E 0A8
Telephone: 604-695-1115
Twitter: @scullyatmarket | @davidatmarket | @oliatmarket | @barjonesing


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  • Restaurant Manager - Brittany Anderson
  • Tuna Tartare
  • Steamed Shrimp Salad with Champagne Vinaigrette
  • Seared Scallops, Caramalized Cauliflower
  • Seasonal Terrace
  • Bubbles, Beats & Brunch on MARKET Terrace
  • Brown Butter Waffle
  • Market by Jean-Georges
  • Express Lunch - Grilled Pork Loin
  • Shangri-La Vancouver_MARKET By Jean-Georges Bar
  • MARKET Bar
  • Beet Salad
  • Beef Tenderloin, Carrots and Miso
  • Bathrooms
  • B.C. Blueberry Caipirinha

About MARKET by Jean-Georges


A dining destination & bar, where we promise to shake & stir you to the core! Located on the 3rd floor of the Shangri-La Hotel, Vancouver, MARKET by Jean-Georges offers four distinct dining experiences; the intimate and casual Georgia Room with fireplace; a heated covered outdoor terrace; an enticing bar with lounge seating; and a modern dining room featuring three private rooms, accommodating 10 to 30 guests. Most recently nominated for Best New Restaurant in 2010 by Vancouver Magazine and rated as AAA Approved Four Diamond restaurant, Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten brings his vibrant cuisine to Vancouver with his unique dishes inspired from his travels through South East Asia.

Recent Press


THE VANCOUVER SUN – Mia Stainsby | It’s been too long since I’ve visited New York… So it was really nice of New York to come and visit me. Market at Shangri-La in Vancouver borrowed chef Anthony Ricco from New York’s Spice Market to bring some of his food here. Both restaurants are operated by Jean-Georges Vongerichten, whose name is spoken in reverential tones even in that jaded city.

We shared four à la carte dishes, plus a dessert. Shaved tuna with chili tapioca, Asian pear and lime ($14) was, if I may speak in rhyme, sublime: Petals of sashimi-grade tuna and a quenelle of tuna broth sorbet were served over a coconut kaffir lime broth. Vietnamese chicken curry ($22) featured half a chicken chopped into eight pieces in a beautiful coconut curry broth; fresh cut herbs
rained down upon it…

Ricco says he was impressed by the passionate, hard-working crew at Market. By his reckoning, this generation of New York chefs are getting a little too soft.

In Vancouver, Market impressed me once again, with casual but impeccable service. Case in point: a server saw us switching dishes and swooped in with the proper cutlery for each of us. The congenial professionalism is just right.


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