“A Port For All Seasons”
Sullivan’s Quay (pronounced, “Key”) or “Sullie’s Quay,” as it is known locally, is one of the oldest settled parts of my home, County Cork. The Settlement began as a Viking Port, and indeed, the word Quay is actually defined: A wharf formed towards the sea or at the side of a harbour for convenience of loading or unloading goods.
You will notice our dining room walls adorned with Murals of Architecture from the area of Sullivan’s Quay around the 19th century, when Jack Sullivan, whom the area is named after, patrolled the streets selling beer and wine to the local saloonkeepers. More recently this area has become renowned for its excellent cuisine and draws culinary adventurers from all around the world.
In the case of our own Sullivan’s Quay here in beautiful Port Washington, we hope you will come in to unload the worries of the world, while allowing us to provide you with a fine dining experience and the most pleasant service to be found anywhere beyond the Emerald Isle.
Thank you for taking a moment to learn more about Sullivan’s Quay.
WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATRONAGE.