Listen up, sports fans. There isn't much time left to organise your plans for Ireland's opening Rugby World Cup clash with Scotland next Sunday so it's about time you got things sorted.
Considering the game gets underway at 8.45am, options will be a bit limited around town. With that in mind, why not book your spot at DTwo's Rugby Breakfast in aid of the Simon Community?
The Harcourt Street venue will be swinging open its doors so that rugby fans can keep tabs on how Joe Schmidt's men are getting on in the Far East while munching on a complimentary breakfast roll with a tea or a coffee.
Most importantly, as you cheer the lads on you'll be helping people experiencing homelessness in Dublin, Kildare, Wicklow, Meath, Cavan, Louth and Monaghan as all proceeds will be going towards the Simon Community's work in these regions.
With the charity celebrating 50 years of existence this year, it sounds like the perfect opportunity to do your bit while enjoying the unique atmosphere created by watching the Rugby World Cup on some of the biggest screens in the city.
Rise Up - World Cup Rugby Breakfast takes place on Sunday September 22 with doors opening at at 7.45am. Tickets cost €15 and you can book your spot here.