The Brunch To End All Brunches – Have You Tried This Inner City Spot Yet?

It's a tough decision to make, so we've made it for you

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There's a lot of choice when it comes to brunch in Dublin, and we should know.

All those options can leave you in a spiral of indecision, but today you don't have to worry about that choice, because we're going to decide for you: you're going to Coppinger Row.

Now let us convince you...


The restaurant's excellent brunch menu includes such culinary delights as garlic & chilli prawns a la plancha, eggs Florentine/ Benedict/Norwegian, toasted English muffin with rocket & parmesan salad, black pudding salad with roast red onion, tomato, crispy pancetta, poached egg & hollandaise, and brioche French toast with lemon curd, mascarpone & maple syrup.

And let's not forget their Morroccan eggs, with sausage meatballs, roast red pepper, mint yogurt and sourdough toast; it's one of the best brunch dishes of Dublin.

Wash down all that goodness with elderflower prosecco, or if it's a bit early for you, try their homemade lemonade (raspberry, mint or elderflower).

Click here for the full brunch menu.


If that isn't enough to convince you, then you should also know that €1 gets you unlimited filtered still and sparkling water, 50 cent of which goes to the Movember charity.

You can find Coppinger Row at 1 William Street South.

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Seán Kenehan

Seán is known for eating, drinking and writing, making him uniquely qualified to work for Lovin Dublin. Seán enjoys skipping stones wistfully, puns that'd make a dad blush, and referring to himself in the third person.