Welcome to Jerusalem Market on Elm

Since 1989 we’ve been the Triad’s favorite Middle Eastern grocer and now we have a new location in downtown Greensboro! Jerusalem Market on Elm will feature Middle Eastern Specialties such as Falafel, Hummus and Tabouleh. We also offer Authentic Kabobs and Shawerma made with our very own Recipes from the Old City of Jerusalem!


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Recipes from the old city of Jerusalem

Founded by our father, Saliba Hanhan in 1989, The Original Jerusalem Market in Sedgefield has been offering loyal customers the best Middle Eastern food and market specialties for nearly three decades. My brother Omar and I grew up in the shop and have been working along-side our father for years, with our expertise, knowledge and passion for the food of our heritage always increasing. When customers started asking for more prepared foods and a place to enjoy them onsite, we decided the time was right for the next generation to grow our family business. So began Jerusalem Market on Elm, a full service restaurant in the heart of Downtown Greensboro.

-Easa Hanhan

The Next Generation of Great Middle Eastern Cuisine in Greensboro

Utilizing our family’s 27 years of experience and numerous decades-old partnerships with both local meat and vegetable suppliers and the highest quality overseas traders, Omar and I are finally able to give Greensboro all the best our culture has to offer.  We are extraordinarily proud to have been able to serve our guests food from our home and our hearts and look forward to continuing our tradition in downtown Greensboro.

House Specials Include

  • Fresh rotisserie Shawerma made in house daily
  • Lamb and chicken kebabs done in the style of the Old City of Jerusalem
  • Bright and beautiful traditional salads
  • Chef inspired daily specials from the vegetable market, brought to life with the flavors of our heritage

It is the love of our hometown and our heritage that inspires us, fuels our passion and pushes us toward continued success.

As Saliba always says, “You will be pleased.”