Lebanese ‘Jamjar’ Readies Summer Happy Hour Specials And New Beer Hummus


The GOODS from Jamjar

Vancouver, BC | Our summer Happy Hour menu launches this week at both locations, running from 4pm to 6pm, Monday through Friday. Halloumi fries, deep fried cauliflower, watermelon feta salad and other cold mezze are available at both locations for $5 paired with a $5 feature cocktail, house beer or wine. In July we’re also celebrating summer with our own beer hummus, so after Canada day you can sit back, munch on beer hummus with crackers and wash it down with an ice cold beer, available at both locations.



Jamjar – Folk Lebanese Food
On The Drive | 2280-2250 Commercial Dr.
South Granville | 1488 W. 11th Ave.
Web: www.jam-jar.ca | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook


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Owner: Fadi Eid



Jamjar is a “from scratch” approach kitchen inspired by traditional eastern Mediterranean flavours and a passion for home-style Lebanese cooking. Due to the abundance of fruit and produce in Lebanon, households often convert their excess fruits into jam, and in true Levantine spirit they share their creations with neighbours and friends.

At Jamjar, we replicate this gesture of unspoken generosity and showing of affection through food, on a daily basis. We source our produce daily, ensuring our food is always fresh. We also partner with local producers and suppliers in order to support the local community that supports us in turn. In keeping with tradition, Jamjar sells its dips in recyclable mason jars that customers bring back for refills at a discount.

Located on diverse Commercial Drive, Jamjar weaves perfectly into the rich tapestry of cultures found in this welcoming neighbourhood.


For the best Lebanese Food in Vancouver | “Let’s hear it for Jamjar who has taught us to love, love, love hummus. It’s sooo good here!” Mia Standby, The Vancouver Sun.

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