Friendly Neighbourhood ‘Crowbar’ is Looking for a Bartender and a Cook

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Vancouver, BC | Crowbar, friendly neighbourhood restaurant and cocktail bar, is currently looking to hire a bartender and a cook. The right persons for both positions will be: experienced in their respected field; in possession of a strong work ethic; and ready to enjoy working as part of a small team. Please apply in confidence to info [at]


 646 Kingsway, Vancouver, BC V5T 3K4
Telephone: 604-336-2769 | Email:
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Hours: Open seven days 5pm to 12am | Happy hour 5-630 and 10-12


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William Johnson – Principal
Nico Papanikolaou – General Manager
Justin Ell – Chef



Opened in July of 2016, Crowbar is a one-of-a-kind Fraserhood restaurant and bar with a low-key vibe and a healthy sense of humour. The name is a nod to the ‘hood’s previously rough nature, as well as a reference to Will Bullas’ kitschy, pun-ny painting depicting a bar of crows. Adding to its idiosyncrasy, the Crowbar’s cocktail-forward drink menu features 10 to 12 original cocktails at a time, all named after 90’s movie characters, plus one rotating barrel-aged classic. Rounding out the extensive bar selection are 30-plus wine labels,12 glass pours, three draft beers and an additional 7 to 10 bottles and cans on offer. On the food side, their menu of “West Coast comfort food” is designed to be shared. With a focus on local and organic ingredients, menu items change seasonally, with a few notable exceptions: the cheeseburger, made-in-house pasta, meatballs, chicken wings and house made sourdough bread are all reliable fixtures. With it’s unpretentious atmosphere and well-stocked bar, Crowbar is the perfect neighbourhood haunt, hangout and date spot.


“…the decadent burger might just be the best in the city.” – Andrew Morrison,  Scout Magazine
“…a confident approach to intricate yet unpretentious cocktails.” – Willem Thomas, Vancouver Magazine
“It’s exactly what the neighbourhood needed…” Anya Levykh, Westender

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