Jamjar tells a story of communal living and sharing food as a means to connect. The idea originates from the heart of Lebanese culture based on hospitality and generosity. Due to the abundance of fruits in Lebanon year round, households convert excess produce into jams that they end up using and sharing with neighbors, friends, and family members. We find that this unspoken ritual of showing affection through jam jars was the perfect means to bring our vision to life.
We take our well being seriously and we truly believe you are what you eat. We take this to heart at Jamjar and everything we put on the table is fresh, free of preservatives and prepared daily from products sourced through local suppliers and growers. When we’ve exhausted our local reach we take no shortcuts and have flown spices from Lebanon to recreate truly authentic flavors in our menu.