Four Mouthwatering Brunch Spots In Dublin For When You’re Viciously Hungover
To be read with one hungover eye open
Is your body aching? Do you not remember anything past 1am? Are those your feet?
Sounds like you need food. Brunch food at that.
We've made the choice easy for you and lined up five of the best spots for when you're feeling grim. All you have to do it show up, okay?
And just remember, the world always looks brighter after poached eggs.
1. Cleaver East
Cleaver East is the brainchild of Michelin star chef Oliver Dunne, so you know you're in good hands. Their menu is wildly impressive, with everything from monkfish tacos to their decadent Porn Burgers, with mimosas to die for.
With every need of the diner being catered for on this incredible menu, you really couldn't pick a better spot for a hangover brunch.
WUFF is a cosy neighbourhood bistro, situated in Dublin 7, serving breakfast, lunch, dinner and brunch at the weekends. Their brunch menu is extensive, even covering gluten free dishes and desserts, something not all restaurants think of.
Get the black pudding and halloumi cheese salad. Just go with us on this one.
For those of you who are looking for the best of the best food, Dillinger's is the one for you. Situated in the heart of Ranelagh Village, their American-influenced food is not at all precious. It’s fun, punchy, generous and all about flavour. Really satisfies those hangover cravings.
Known throughout Dublin as having the best pancakes the world has ever known, Herbstreet has made quite the name for itself in recent months.
Brunch is served here until the admirable time of 4pm (ideal for the truly hungover), with a menu to die for. Their full Irish is a thing of beauty, with grilled McCarren family bacon, sausage, scrambled free range eggs, Tournafulla black pudding, corned beef hash, roast tomato and multiseed spelt bread, and the option to add baked beans.
These guys aren't messing around.