• Restaurants open for Carry-Out

    We’ve compiled this as a courtesy and a resource during the Corona outbreak. Always check or call the restaurant for the most recent info, as this information is subject to change. Read article
  • Jungle Jim’s Social Media Channels

    Want to know about what’s going on in the world of Jungle Jim’s International Market? Our Social Media page is the place to do it! From events at both locations, to new products and celebrity appearances, and the latest and greatest from the wonderfully weird world of food, we’re on most major social media channels, and we’d love for you to join us! Just click on a feed to check out more, or keep an eye on this page to quickly catch up.

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  • City Beat Best of Cincinnati Winners

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  • Hot Sauce Feature: Yellowbird Condiments

    This month, my Pepperologist Picks are the condiments from Yellowbird, a Texas-based spicy condiment kitchen serving up some of the finest, cleanest hot sauces available on the market! I love Yellowbird because all of their condiments are free of preservatives, made with ethically-sourced ingredients, and are just plain good!

    Yellowbird got its start when co-founders George Milton and Erin Link simply became fed up with other spicy condiments on the market. They had just started living a healthier lifestyle and were trying to eat as cleanly as possible.

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  • The Olive Pit 101 – Olives for Beginners

    Now that we’ve got the olive “Lingo” down, let’s talk about the olives themselves!

    We are going to start with what we think of as beginner olives, the kind that are for those who are just starting to discover the wonderful world of olives and what we have to offer at The Olive Pit. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua.

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  • TBeer Department: Get to a know a style: Oktoberfest/Marzen

    This time of year, everyone seems to be churning out an Oktoberfest beer, often referred to interchangeably as Marzen. The history and evolution of this style of beer is rather winding and confusing, so what follows is the best effort to summarize its origins as concisely as possible…

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  • International Craft Beer Festival 2017 Recap

    You came. You drank.You Fested.

    Thank you so much for joining us at this year’s International Craft Beer Festival. We hope you had as much fun as we did.

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  • Jungle Jim’s Thanks Those Who Made The Ultimate Sacrifice

    We hope you’re all having a family and fun-filled long weekend! Jungle Jim’s would like to take a little time to remember the reason for Memorial Day.

    This is a day of celebration, honoring, and mourning of all the fine men and women who have lost their lives serving in the United States military. Take a little time out of your day to pay your respects to the fallen, and keep the soldiers currently serving our country in your thoughts. Read article
  • Beer Department: 90+ Rated December 2016

    Trois Monts Classic Blond Biere de Garde
    Brasserie de Saint Sylvestre
    Saint-Sylvestre-Cappel, France
        
    RATING: 99 Points ABV: 8.5% 
    IBU: N/A 
    PRICE: $8.49 
    750ml Bottle

    Biere de Garde is the only surviving beer style native to France and hails from the Nord region in northern France. Essentially a heftier cousin to saison, this beer is full of fruit, black pepper and a round, pleasing earthiness that makes it right at home with all your Thanksgiving food! 

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