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18th Mar 2017

7 Places To For A Mandatory Post-Paddy’s Day Hungover Brunch Today

Alana Laverty

Pry your tired eyes open, you Paddy’s Day sesh moth, and read this article. 

Because one of these seven brunch spots could very well save your life today. 

No joke. 

If you really went hard last night (whiskey mixed with prosecco seemed like a such a good idea at the time) then you’re probably suffering as badly as we are right now. 

So go get ’em:

1. 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.

2. 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.

3. The Washerwoman — Glasnevin

Our favourite brunch spot of late. 

You NEED to check out their massive brunch menu here. Something for everyone. 

4. The Hungry Duck — Kimmage, D12

The food here is a dream. 

Exactly what the doctor ordered on a hungover day like today. 

Full brunch menu here

Hungry Duck

5. Deja Vu – Malahide

Exactly what your soul needs today — brunch in beautiful Malahide followed by a stroll around the castle. 

Deja Vu really is as good as it gets. 

We’d recommend anything and everything on the menu, to be honest, or their daily brunch special.

All unreal. 

6. The Back Page — Phibsborough

We told you guys a few weeks ago that This Northside Pub Serves Some Of The Best Brunch In Dublin and if you haven’t tried it yet we’re gonna have some serious beef. 

C’mon, like. 

7. Taco Taco — Dame Court

And if all else fails, just go to fail-safe Taco Taco and start drinking all over again. 

No one is judging you, sometimes it just has to be done. 

Sure Saint Patrick wouldn’t expect anything less of you. 


Header image: The Washerwoman

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