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Opening Hours

chq opening hours

Monday - Friday 7am – 7pm / Saturday 10am – 6pm / Sunday 12am – 6pm
Starbucks Chess Club!

Starbucks Chess Club!

Come down to Starbucks and join us for our weekly Chess Club! All Welcome! See image for more details:  

Complimentary Aroma Lab at Starbucks!

Complimentary Aroma Lab at Starbucks!

For all the coffee lovers out there, come down to Starbucks at The chq Building and taste the wide variety of delicious coffee Starbucks have to offer. See image for more details:

F O O D  @ chq

F O O D @ chq

The Bakehouse – Insomnia – J2 Sushi & Tea – Starbucks – Toss’d Noodles & Salad  

Dublin Biennial @ chq in June

Dublin Biennial @ chq in June

Why not pick up Dinner @ chq!

Why not pick up Dinner @ chq!

J2 Sushi & Tea now open @ chq

J2 Sushi & Tea now open @ chq

Irish Craft Beer & Food Market 13-17 March

Irish Craft Beer & Food Market 13-17 March

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Great  B R E A K F A S T  spots  in The chq Building open from 7am Mon to Fri

Great B R E A K F A S T spots in The chq Building open from 7am Mon to Fri

Free WiFi @ chq

Free WiFi @ chq

The new owners of CHQ Building have installed an Enterprise Class Free Wi-Fi service for staff and customers. This is one of the largest and fastest Free Wi-Fi service in Ireland. The CHQ Wi-Fi network covers approximately 10,000 squares metres,…

Choose CHQ for your Events

Event Hosting

Continuing the tradition of spectacular events, CHQ Dublin has developed a dedicated state of the art event and exhibition space within the chq building.

500Mbps of Free WiFi

Free WiFi

The CHQ Wi-Fi network covers approximately 10,000 squares metres, coverage includes the CHQ building and extends across George's Dock and Sean O’Casey Bridge.

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Best Conversation/Restoration Project

chq Wins Award

The chq building in Dublin's Docklands has been awarded the title of Best Conversation/Restoration Project at the prestigious Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland (RIAI) Awards 2008. This follows chq's award earlier for Best Conservation Project at the Irish Planning Institute's National Planning Awards 2008. Built in 1820 by distinguished engineer John Rennie, the chq building was originally a bonded warehouse. The building was made famous when it hosted the Crimean War Banquet in 1856 to celebrate the return of 3,000 Irish soldiers.
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