Ever wondered where the best brunch places are in Dublin? Well, if you don’t know that I am the self-proclaimed Queen of Brunch then leave my site, right now! I love to eat out and I especially love brunch, people often assume I spend all my hard earned cash on fashion, sadly this is not true, I spend a whole chunk of change on food & drink. Considering I spend about a 1/3 of my annual incoming on dining around Dublin, I have compiled a list of my favourite brunch spots in Dublin.
I had my birthday brunch at Roberta’s and did we have a good ol time ;). I opted for the full Irish as I knew we were probably going to be boozing into the early hours of the morning and my prediction was correct! All 20 of us at the brunch had nothing but good things to say about our meal. The food was good, the cocktails were fabulous and the wine was pretty decent too! I loved the decor and location is perfect, located in the heart of Temple Bar. The only thing that disappointed me was the service, I think they were under pressure as it was a large group but I still enjoyed everything else.
1 Essex Street East, Temple Bar, Dublin 2 firstname.lastname@example.org (01) 616 9612
Since moving to Dublin I’ve wanted to go to The Marker Hotel, but I was always too poor waaah waaah waah. Finally this year on my Birthday month I was treated to a Birthday brunch in The Marker (I felt really fancy for all of 2 hours). I was pleasantly surprised at how reasonable the brunch was, I just assumed it was going to be very expensive, portions were a little small but the food overall was great, although it’s very hard to get pancakes wrong …..The cocktails were delicious and we sipped them on the rooftop, it was milling rain but I didn’t care. The staff went above and beyond in looking after us and even treated me to complimentary birthday Bellini’s. I would highly recommend for a special occasion.
Grand Canal Square, Docklands, Dublin 2, D02 CK38, Ireland Phone:+353 (0) 1 687 5100E-mail: email@example.com
This is such a cute little spot and perfectly located on Merrion Row right next to my favourite pubs Doheny & Nesbitt, Toners and O’Donoghues. In my opinion, Marcels serves the best Eggs Benedict in Dublin! Pretty reasonable and they have a great selection of wines. I’ve never eaten on the terrace but I am going to make sure I do so soon (winter is coming). As you can see above it’s tastefully demure and it’s Dublin’s answer to chic Parisian dining.
This is more of a post workout brunch spot. They serve some really great healthy breakfast/ brunch options, not ideal for a boozy brunch, but you will get a great wholesome meal for those rare chilled weekends. Located just off Camden street making it super accessible for a spontaneous brunch.
50 pleasants street portobello dublin 8E: firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Fumbally is a little gem of a café that’s located in Dublin 8; a few hundred meters off St Patrick’s Cathedral. I know I said it’s ‘little’ literally in the previous sentence, but in fact, it’s extremely spacious and very unusually decorated with extensive imagery on the walls that follow the very rustic and timbered theme throughout the space which also adds to its atmosphere. The food is not only phenomenal but seasonal too, with the café taking pride in sourcing its produce locally, which I am a massive fan of.
Fumbally Lane, Dublin 8, Phone: 01 529 8732 Email: email@example.com
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