Coming Soon: A Siam Supper and a Show

Dinner and a movie series revives a beloved restaurant as a pop-up at the Hopewell Theater.

A pioneering restaurant shuttered for two years is being revived as a pop-up in a partnership with a theater known for its cultural activism.

Siam, one of the first authentic Thai restaurants in New Jersey, will be revived in a series of pop-up Supper Club dinners at the Hopewell Theater, 5 South Greenwood Avenue in Hopewell.

The theater, which offers a range of unique cultural experiences, from independent films to live music to guest speakers and artists, chose to partner with the restaurant that flourished in Lambertville for 30 years and won acclaim from both critics and loyal customers.

Siam closed in 2016, but its signature dishes will be revived for the Supper Club series that begins on Saturday, February 24. A three-course dinner will be served from 6 to 8 pm, offering diners an appetizer then a choice of entree before dessert. Dinner will be followed by a screening of the 2018 Oscar-nominated animated short films.

Tickets for this Supper Club are $61.25 per person and include the dinner and the film screening. The film portion of the ticket is being discounted to the theater’s member price for this event. Supper Club dinners are BYO.

To purchase tickets for this, or future Supper Club events, call 609-466-1964 or visit

Additional upcoming Siam-Hopewell Theater Supper Clubs include:

* Saturday, March 24. Dinner will be served 6 to 8 pm, followed by a screening of the film Blood Road presented in partnership with Sourland Cycles. Tickets are $61.25 per person.

* Friday, April 13. Dinner will be served from 5 to 7 pm, followed by the film Wasted! The Story of Food Waste, plus a post-film panel discussion presented as part of Princeton Environmental Film Festival. Tickets are $50 per person.

* Saturday, May 12. Dinner will be served from 6 to 8 pm followed by a screening of From Love Shack to Rocko’s Modern Life: An Evening with Pat Irwin. Tickets are $60 per person.

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