Brunch-Ireland

Brunch is fast becoming the most popular meal of the day in Ireland, particularly at weekends when it makes for a perfect Saturday or Sunday morning experience. Dublin is ahead of the game when it comes to serving up an impressive brunch menu and a visit to the city now warrants a trip to one of its excellent brunch hangouts. Whether you’re a fan of poached eggs and avocado, a greasy fry up, or something more adventurous (and perhaps even partial to a cheeky mid-morning cocktail!), below is a list of 9 great spots to enjoy brunch in Dublin.

9 Amazing Places to Have Brunch in Dublin

Brother Hubbard

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Now with two sites in North and South Dublin, Brother Hubbard is a popular brunch spot for locals across the city, as well as visitors fortunate enough to come across it. The cafe’s food menu is fresh and simple with a Middle Eastern edge and includes dishes such as Turkish Eggs Menemen, a combination of scrambled eggs with tomato, paprika-roast peppers, yogurt, salsa, spinach leaves, served on sourdough toast, and the simple Brother Hubbard’s Avo & Eggs.

 

San Lorenzos

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With a menu that includes Coco Pops Crunchy French Toast and Lobster Benedict, you know you’re in for something special when visiting San Lorenzos on the weekend. The Weekend ‘Brunch of Champions’ limits table sittings to 1 hour 15 minutes; however, its delicious dishes and fun atmosphere will make you glad you came. The cafe’s cocktails are also a bit special and especially its Bloody Mary – a perfect cure for any late nights!

Queen of Tarts

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Another local favourite, Queen of Tarts is based in the popular Temple Bar area of Dublin and serves up a tasty brunch menu. Brunch options include an Omelette of the Day, as well as french toast made with homemade brioche. What’s more, the cafe has a pastry and cake counter that is too tempting to resist… Brunch dessert?

Taco Taco

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Seriously Mexican and seriously delicious, Taco Taco makes for a unique brunch experience. The menu has wonderful Mexican-inspired brunch dishes, such as Huevos Rancheros and its mouth watering Jerk Chicken Brunch Tacos, as well as a good selection of regular brunch dishes if the Mexican options seem too hot to handle! A must is their fiery Blood Mary (as pictured above).

Juniors

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Tucked away in Dublin’s Ballsbridge area, Juniors is a cosy and intimate brunch venue that serves up fresh and hearty brunch dishes. The brunch menu changes from time to time but is filled with poached eggs variations, international-inspired dishes and its extra special Irish fry up (as seen above). Juniors also have a great selection of brunch cocktails, should the occasion call for a mimosa or Bloody Mary.

White Friar Grill

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Most famous for its delicious steak dinners, White Friar Grill also serves up an impressive brunch at the weekend. From its Chicken Parmigiana to Black Pudding Waffles, Crab Cake Benedict to Tomato Fondue, there is something for everyone at this unique brunch spot.

EAthos

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Eathos, a patisserie and eaterie, describes its food as “thoughtful, wholesome food that makes you happy!” Its brunch menu certainly follows this idea with dishes such as an Acai Smoothie Bowl, Buckwheat Pancakes and Overnight Oats. It is perhaps the place for the more health conscious ‘brunchees’ or those looking to have a break from the heftier brunch options!

Le Drunch

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Although it’s not technically brunch, Le Drunch, a lunch/dinner combo, has been adopted by the upmarket Marker Hotel in Dublin and is making for great mid-afternoon brunch feels. The hotel serves up a  sumptuous Drunch menu that includes Galway Bay Oysters and Ballywillan Wild Bear Poutine, as well as more well-known brunch dishes such as Eggs Benedict and Spicy Scrambled Eggs.

HerbStreet

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Herbstreet will win you over with its impressive pancake stacks with fillings such as maple syrup, strawberries, hazelnut spread, chocolate chips and clotted cream. If that doesn’t tempt you then the french toast with rum buttered bananas or freshly prepared full Irish breakfast might then swing it for you. The cafe’s mix of freshly prepared and locally sourced ingredients make it a favourite among locals and reservations are recommended

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