Here's Where You'll Find Brunch With One Of The Best Views In Dublin

Have you tried this spot yet?

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Angelina's is the epitome of beautiful dining, just off Upper Baggot Street. 

From the interior and exterior to the intricate presentation of their food and drinks — it's all perfection.

It's not someplace I could afford to be hitting up every weekend. But some weekends you just feel like going that extra mile and treating yourself — that's what Angelina's is there for. 

The biggest appeal is their balcony terrace that sits out right on the canal. 

Sound chilly? Well they've blankets to keep you nice and warm <3

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Their deli, lunch and dinner are really excellent. But brunch is where they truly excel. 

Drinks

Their brunch drinks include bloody or virgin Marys, mimosas, fresh fruit and vegetable juices and some really serious coffee. 

You can also order from their delish cocktail menu. 

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As for food

It does not get much better than this.

I personally usually opt for savoury. But their sweet brunch options are as beautiful as they are delicious. 

Like this french toast with caramelised bananas, berries and Nutella sauce

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Or these delectable buttermilk pancakes with salted caramel syrup, roasted pecans and mascarpone

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They also offer healthy porridge and fruit salad options for brunch

In terms of savoury you are in for one of the toughest decisions of your life.

They do a full breakfast with maple pork belly, sausage, scrambled eggs, homemade beans and sourdough bread. A hearty breakfast that would fill you for days

Eggs Benedict with fish cakes, pink grapefruit, avo and chilli kale

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A work of art.

And then there's the Eggs Florentine with mushroom, spinach, burnt asparagus and seasoned house potatoes

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If you're serious about brunch — don't skip this place.

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Written By

Alana Laverty

Just a Galway gal eating and writing her way around Dublin alana@lovin.com / @alanalav

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