Pry your tired eyes open you sesh moth — and read this article.
Because one of these five brunch spots could very well save your life today.
Had a few too many G&Ts last night? Us too. But one of the following will bring us back from the dead today.
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1. Taco Taco — Dame Court
One of our all-time favourite Mexican joints in Dublin, Taco Taco is the quieter, more relaxed sister restaurant of brunch giant San Lorenzo’s.
Music isn’t too loud, menu is stellar, portions are massive and the drinks are reasonably priced. What more could you ask for?
If you’ve always been meaning to try this place, make today that day.
2. TriBeCa — Ranelagh
Famous for their wings, but did you know how unreal TriBeCa’s brunch is too?
Their pulled pork eggs Benny are legendary with avocado, dreamy chipotle hollandaise and crispy home fries.
Check out the full brunch menu here.
3. Bay — Clontarf
Pancakes, glorious pancakes — and in one of the most scenic parts of Dublin.
Check out their full brunch menu here and make sure to get a good walk in on the prom afterwards.
4. Cafe 105 — Clonskeagh
We told you about these guys a few weeks ago…
Just LOOK at that perfectly stacked hash with poached eggs covered in golden yellow Hollandaise sauce… dreamy.
Check out their full brunch menu here.
5. The Washerwoman — Glasnevin
The crew behind one of our favourite city centre spots, The Woollen Mills, are also behind this dreamy restaurant in Glasnevin.
The below photo is of their ‘Washerwoman Fry’ — Pigs on the Green sausage and bacon, Annascaul black pudding, hash, fried eggs, beef tomato, mushrooms, homemade baked molasses beans and toast for €13.
You’d need to be rolled home after that…
You NEED to check out their massive brunch menu here. Something for everyone.
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