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Need A Midweek Pick-Me-Up? This Is Where You Should Go For Dinner And Drinks Tonight

By AmyBell

November 8, 2017 at 1:13pm


It's Wednesday. It's freezing. 

If you need a little pick-me-up to beat the midweek slump, this restaurant has a delicious dinner and a tasty cocktail menu that might tickle your fancy.

Suesey Street has a bar and terrace on corner of Fitzwilliam Place which makes it a great spot for a few drinks and a bite to eat.

From the classic mojito to their own 'Suesey Street Flip' made up of Gunpowder, Grand Marnier, Rowan Berry, Lemon and Simple Syrup there's some tasty drinks perfect to enjoy with your friends or other half.

Although the cocktails don't come cheap, the portion sizes are worth it so if you have a bit of cash to splash, why not treat yourself to a few.

If the weather picks up, sitting on the terrace may be a good call because it's stunning.

If you get the nibbles after a few drinks, the award winning restaurant hosts an amazing dinner menu that is regularly updated and reinvented.

From duck, scallops, lamb and beef there is a wide range of very pretty looking dishes that will satisfy your taste buds.

They also have an early bird menu that runs from Tuesday to Thursday from 6pm until 7:30pm and you can get two courses for just €25 - worth every cent. 

So if you're looking for a nice cosy place to wine and dine tonight, you might want to check it out if you haven't already.

Then we can start thinking about the weekend. 

header images: SueseyStreet/Instagram

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