Jumbars, located in Bethlehem, PA, daily serves first class cuisine for breakfast and lunch. Enjoy local favorites like the Greenwhich St. Special, Grilled Sticky Buns, or Jumble Berry Pie in our charming and cozy dining room. Chef Paul Hoffert's house-made breads, jams, and baked goods combined with Jumbars' warm and inviting atmosphere will have you saying, "there really is no place quite like Jumbars!"
Why the Name?
Jumbars was named after Mary’s great grandmother, Anna Jumbar. Anna immigrated to the United States, alone and in her teens, in 1876. She settled in Lansford, Pennsylvania. Unable to find work, she convinced the coal company to let her live in a box car that was broken down beyond repair. She installed a coal stove and set up long tables to feed the coal miners. Later on, she met her husband, Stephen, and the two of them became pioneers, helping other immigrants in the area find housing and employment.