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.

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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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