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17th Sep 2017

5 Foolproof Spots To Go For Sunday Brunch Today


Whether you’re hungover AF this morning and need to be cured with some runny Eggs Benny and a flat white, or you’re just aiming for some good soakage before the match, we’ve got ya covered.

Can’t decide where to go for brunch? Sigh, it’s a tough life ain’t it.

Head to one of these mouthwatering spots and you won’t be disappointed…

1. Bread & Butter — Drumcondra 

One of the cutest places in all of Dublin, but often overlooked by non-locals. 

Bursting with personality, and fabulous food, this boasts a really gorgeous area out front that will bring you all the happiness.

2. The Woollen Mills — Ormond Quay Lower

A classic, right on Ha’penny Bridge

Oh, the views, from both the downstairs patio and the upstairs terrace. 

Their waffles are a MUST try, both sweet and savoury. Divine.

Whitefriar Grill – Aungier St

This place has made a huge name for itself with its incredible brunch menu, great casual atmosphere and super service. 

Be sure to call ahead to make sure you can get a table though, it tends to be busy.

3. Herbstreet – Grand Canal Dock 

This place is down in the docks and always busy with cool young European types from early on a weekend morning. 

They’ve all the classics, but I’d give their pancakes a whirl if you want something special. Blueberries and orange honey butter <3

4. Brother Hubbard South — Harrington Street

Dublin’s love for Brother Hubbard is no secret.  

And their Southside restaurant is one of our favourite people watching spots with a range of unreal dishes. 

Their avo and eggs are the stuff of dreams and make for a very pretty picture, as seen below. 

5. Dillinger’s – Ranelagh 

While the brunch menu itself is pretty epic here, you only come here at the weekend for one item, and that’s the super nachos. It’s meant to be for one person only, but get through this and you will be doing well.


Header image: Brother Hubbard/Alana Laverty 

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