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28th Feb 2020

Nine places to get brunch in The Liberties

Brian Dillon

brunch in The Liberties

Looking for brunch in The Liberties? Here are nine spots you’ll get just that.

Not only is it arguably the most culturally rich parts of the city, but it turns out the brunching is also fantastic here.


Location: Meath Street

With an all-day menu featuring a wide array of delicious brunch menus, you’ll have the chance to choose something continental or some Irish classics.

They have their Tasty8 Full Irish, Cajun Chicken Wrap, Smashed Avocado and Toast and even Tasty Nachos in a Bowl.

Legit Coffee Co

Location: Meath Street

Legit Coffee Co has a range of super interesting and delicious brunch options such as their Pulled Pork Benedict (Toasted Brioche, Pulled Pork, Two Poached Eggs, Caramelised Apple, Hollandaise sauce) and their Super Green Omelette (Sun-dried Tomato, Wild Mushroom, Pinenuts, Spinach and Mixed Herbs, Halloumi, Lime, Avocado, Sourdough Toast).

Two Pups Coffee

Location: Francis Street

This spot serves up some amazing coffee as well as brunch classics.

Go for some Halloumi, Grilled Courgette and Spiced Hummus on a doorstep slice of Le Levain toast or their Crunchy Garlic Peanut Butter and Avocado on Le Levain toast.

Vandal Cafe

Location: Thomas Street

Vandal Cafe serves up brunch that is as delicious as it is Insta-worthy.

There’s Eggs Benedict, Eggs Florentine, Belgian Waffles, Homemade Toasted Granola, Shakshuka and other fab brunch favourites.

The Fumbally

Location: Fumbally Lane

With a permanent breakfast/lunch menu that also features rotating daily specials, this place is a dream for the health-conscious.

They make their own sourdough bread, experiment with fermented foods and source their food in an ethical and sustainable way.

Olive Cafe

Location: Fumbally Square

If you’re in the mood for traditional Irish fare (as in a full Irish brekkie) and simple sambos and wraps, then this is a good place to get it.

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Tenters Gastropub

Location: Mill Street

On Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays, you’ll be able to get yourself brunch here from 10am until 4pm.

Their menu features a Full Irish, Healthy Breakfast Bowl, various egg dishes and waffles.

Liberty Kitchen

Location: Merchant’s Quay

This little spot is a great place to stop off for a sambo and a coffee. Grab yourself Grilled Chicken on a Charcoal and Sesame Seed Bun or a Vegan Toastie with vegan cheese, vegan mayo and red bean paté.

Bounceback Cafe

Location: Thomas Street

This Tex-Mex spot serves up some super tasty and unexpected dishes for brunch in The Liberties.

There’s everything from burritos to avocado toast, pancakes and full Irish breakfasts.

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