These Are The 6 Best Places To Go For Bottomless Brunch In Dublin

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Brunches have slowly but surely taken over our little city, and what goes hand in hand with brunch? Bottomless mimosas.

Bottomless brunch is scientifically proven to be the cherry on top of any weekend ever. 

Here are the best places to drown your sorrows with mimosa this weekend. 

1. Thundercut Alley, Smithfield 

This is one of the best spots in Dublin right now for a boozy brunch. 

Not only do they have three different flavours of mimosa on offer - but their food is off the charts and so unique. 

You can get one mimosa for €6.50 or go the whole hog and go bottomless for €15 a head. 

This offer runs Saturdays and Sundays, 11am until 5pm. Pace yourselves. 

2. Platform 61, South William Street

Describe their bottomless brunch in one word? Generous

No stinginess with mimosas here - they are free flowing and endless

Literally, no exaggeration we've never drunk like we have in Platform 61. 

And their food is the ultimate cure - opt for the avo toast or open steak sambo. 

Bottomless mimosas €15 available with brunch Thursday and Friday 12pm - 4pm and Saturdays and Sundays 11am - 4pm. 

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3. The Exchequer, Ranelagh

Enjoy bottomless brunch at the Exchequer's Wine Bar in Ranelagh every Saturday and Sunday for €15. 

At this stage, everyone knows just how good of an experience this is. 

We're talking free flowing Prosecco here lads, and it's lit. 

4. Cleaver East, Essex Street, Temple Bar

When it comes to mimosas and bellinis, these guys know their sh*t. 

It's €16 a head, and they are never-ending. 

Opt for the Pornburger or chicken and waffles - life-changing. 

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5. Beef and Lobster, Parliament Street

We genuinely can't think of a better way to spend a weekend day than gorging on decadent lobster rolls and washing them down with boozy drinks. 

Beef and Lobster offer bottomless mimosas and bellinis for €16 a head on Saturdays and Sundays. 

We highly advise you book ahead.  

6. The Revolution, Rathgar 

Rathgar is so lucky to have this gem of a restauranton its doorstep. 

Famed for its pizza, craft beer and delicious chicken tacos - The Revolution also boasts a bottomless brunch, for those days when regular brunch just won't cut it. 

Go on. You know you want to.

€15 for endless mimosas <3

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Alana Laverty

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

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