Dublin is home to a wealth of great brunch options, from cosy neighbourhood gems to busy brasseries serving indulgent dishes and bottomless cocktails. So whether you’re local or just visiting, why not ditch the granola and try something a little different? We’ve rounded up twelve of the best brunch spots in Dublin to get you started.
Brasserie Sixty6 – At this popular brasserie, you can keep things light with an omelette or smoked mackerel salad or go all out with the mixed grill for two to share. There’s live jazz on Sundays and they’re child-friendly, too.
Cleaver East – At the weekends, this New York-style restaurant transforms from date night destination to the brunch spot of your dreams. Stick with the classics or try their crispy duck nachos or fried chicken and waffles. There are seriously decadent desserts on offer and you can upgrade to bottomless Mimosas or Bellinis for an extra €16.
Angelina’s – There’s something for everyone at Angelina’s, from French toast and fresh salads to a full breakfast complete with maple glazed pork belly. On warm days, you can dine alfresco overlooking the canal.
Brother Hubbard – These cosy cafés serve brunch all day, every day – great news if you like to sleep late. Start the day with Turkish eggs menemen, home-baked beans and fried eggs on sourdough, or a chocolate babka.Continue Reading