Here Are 5 Spectacular Places You Should Grab Brunch Today

It's that time of the week again...

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Ahhhhh Sunday...

You're either on the edge of a violent, Longitude-caused hangover or grasping at what's left of the weekend while en route to looming Monday.

It's a scary but wonderful time. A time that should be savoured over a beaut brunch. 

We've made the tough decisions for you – here's five of the best brunches for this wonderful Sunday. 

1. Bang Bang, Phibsborough

Exactly what the doctor prescribed for severe hangovers – simple, no bullshit breakfast and brunch burgers. 

Delightful. And they serve unreal coffee too.

You'll be right as rain shortly my friend.

2. Platform 61, South William Street

Did someone say bottomless brunch?

Yes, we did. For €15 choose a main brunch dish and enjoy bottomless mimosas. 

Boooozy. 

Choose from the 'Eggs Hemingway' or 'The Stun Bun'. Both are gorge. 

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3. Cotto, Stoneybatter 

Cotto's Lebanese breakfast is to die for.

Quite literally.

For €11 you get a large flatbread with tabbouleh, an egg, feta, artichoke hummus, tomato, cucumber and olives. No better way to start the day. 

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4. The Woollen Mills

A classic, right on Ha'penny Bridge

Oh, the views. 

The butternut squash bhaji is a parcel of heaven. Served with spinach, poached eggs, mango marmalade (yum), and yoghurt.

Divine.

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5. Fia, Rathgar

This lil gem will change your brunch game forever.

Healthy, tasty, artisanal foods – our fave. 

This one's got asparagus, roasted almond sauce, prosciutto and a soft fried egg.

Yaaassssss.

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Power through that hangover hun.

You can do it, we know you can. 

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Alana Laverty

Just a Galway gal eating and writing her way around Dublin alana@lovindublin.com

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