Here's 5 Places To Enjoy Brunch With A View On This Bank Holiday Sunday

Because good food tastes better with a great view

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A Bank Holiday without brunch is a very sad Bank Holiday, indeed.

We decided to treat you to one further: brunch with a view.

Nice.

Here are five gorge places in and around Dublin to kick back, relax and enjoy some food with a view.

1. Bay, Clontarf 

Situated right on Clontarf's seafront, Bay serve a delightful brunch.

Smoothies, pancakes, eggs, bacon – it's a dream. 

2. Herbstreet, Docklands

A major creeping spot is, of course, Herbstreet

They have perfected the art Eggs Benedict – and we love them for it. 

Herbstreet will never let you down. 

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3. The Woolen Mills

If you can nab a seat outside then you're laughin'.

Another great creeping spot right in the heart of Dublin

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

4. Andersons Creperie 

Right in the heart of old Drumcondra, surrounded by trees and red brick houses, this little gem serve up a serious crepe.

Not too thick, not too thin. Just perfect.

A breakfast crepe is just what you need this morning. 

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5. Barracouda, Bray

You won't find a better view than this one

And the food is fab.

Enjoy.

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Written By

Alana Laverty

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

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