Culture Night takes place on Friday September 20th this year and there are lots of great events happening in our neighbourhood. We’ve rounded up a few that we think will be worth checking out, from a visit to the new Museum of Literature Ireland, a trip to IMRO, or taking the opportunity to explore the Irish Architectural Archive.

City Assembly House art exhibition

The Pride Cup Series is a unique contemporary art exhibition in the City Assembly House. Award winning artist and silversmith Hal Messel has utilised his unique mould of the infamous 2,000 year old Warren Cup in the British Museum, to create eight replica cups in the eight shades of the LGBTQ+ flag.  The event will run from 4 – 10pm and no booking is required.

Visit the Irish Architectural Archive

Please excuse our appearance – we are having our windows painted. The Reading Room and Architectural Gallery are open as normal, 10 am to 5 pm, Tuesdays to Fridays

Posted by Irish Architectural Archive on Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Tour the largest terraced house on Merrion Square and learn about the work of the Irish Architectural Archive. Explore Freespace Circle, the De Blacam and Meagher entry for the 16th International Architecture Exhibition. See the work of their inaugural artists-in-residence Fiona Marron and Patrick Hough, curated by Michele Horrigan and Sean Lynch. The event will run from 4 – 11 pm and no booking is required.

Irish Music Rights Organisation

Combining public interviews and live performances, this event will give audiences a unique insight into the creative process, touring and the music industry as well as the opportunity to see some fantastic live music in an intimate setting. This event runs from 6 – 10 pm and is free of charge but due to limited capacity booking is essential. To reserve a place please email your name to with ‘Culture Night’ included in the subject line of your email.  

Museum of Literature Ireland

A partnership between UCD and the National Library of Ireland, MoLI proudly opens her doors for the first time on Culture Night. Immersive exhibitions, priceless Joycean artefacts from the NLI collections and a beautiful café set in one of Dublin’s most tranquil gardens, the museum is located in the original home of UCD. Experience special previews of the museum’s exhibitions, gardens and café, and enjoy pop-up performances and readings. Special literary trails for children will make a visit to MoLI extra fun for families. The event will run from 5 – 10 pm and no booking is required.

United Arts Club

Originally founded in 1907, the United Arts Club is situated in the heart of Georgian Dublin. This is a chance to explore a hidden gem and its rich cultural history. Enjoy a variety of artistic and cultural events including life drawing classes, musical performances in the function room, and poetry recitals in the club’s bar.  The event runs from 6 – 11 pm and no booking is required.

Culture Night is one of the best ways to get to know your neighbourhood, experience something new, or finally get around to visiting that venue, museum, or theatre you’ve been meaning to check out for months. You can check out the full list of Dublin events here.

There’s a wealth of events to keep you in the South Georgian Quarter so if you need to stop off for something to eat and to recharge, our team would be delighted to look after you. You can check out our menus here, or make a booking here.

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We're Back!

Suesey Street Reopens On July 1st

And we couldn’t be happier. First of all, thank you for your patience. It has been a challenging few months but we are delighted to say that we'll be opening our doors to guests from July 1st, and we can’t wait to see you. We do hope you got to sample our ‘Stay at Home Supper Club’ throughout the lockdown and you will still be able to order some of our house favourites direct to your door over the next couple of months but if you’re feeling like getting out of the house for a fine dining lunch or dinner then book online or give us a call.

Our GM, John Healy, Chefs, Sommelier, Wait Staff and Office Team have been working hard over the past 3 months to make sure that the Suesey Street you come back to is as good as, if not better than, the Suesey Street you know and love. We will have some amazing new dishes for you to try and some of our classics that you can’t live without.

Your safety and the safety of our staff is paramount so we will be following all HSE and recommended Health & Safety Guidelines in order to keep you all safe and comfortable. Be sure to keep an eye on any and all safety signage throughout the restaurant and have respect for all of the other diners that will be joining you as we reopen. As always, you can expect a very warm welcome from all of the Suesey Street Team.  We're looking forward to seeing lots of familiar faces and some new ones too. 

Make your first post-lockdown dining experience one to remember and BOOK NOW! 

Suesey Street Reopening, July 1st 2020

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