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The Best Brunch Spots in DublinTown

  • Tue, 11 Jun 2024

Is it breakfast? Is it lunch? All we know it’s our favourite meal of the weekend and whether it’s a Saturday or a Sunday, boozy or dry, Brunch is a weekend must after a long working week

Brother Hubbard

Leading the way in Brunch with a Middle Eastern flare, Brother Hubbard serves Brunch 7 days a week. Their brunch menu boasts delicious meals including Turkish Eggs Menemen and Seasonal Pancakes with poached pear and white chocolate and chestnut cream.

Drury Buildings

Nestled in the Creative Quarter, Drury Buildings offers a fun spot for Brunch in Dublin. Their beautiful garden is the perfect location to catch up with friends over some great food and morning cocktails!

The Woollen Mills

Overlooking the Liffey and the Ha’penny Bridge, The Woollen Mills offers a nice view as you enjoy Sunday brunch. From sweet to savoury The Woollen Mills has a dish to fit anyone’s tastes. They also boast one of the best brunch cocktail menus! *Sunday only*

Lemon and Duke

Known for their amazing cocktails, Lemon and Duke also have a delicious food menu, including a brunch menu that has a variety of choice to suite everyone’s taste. From Pulled Korean Ham Benedict, Baked French Toast Sandwich and Lavish Mushrooms on Toast, Lemon and Duke is sure to be a crowd pleaser.

San Lorenzo’s

Notorious for their brunch, San Lorenzo’s cannot be missed! Their Brunch of Champions menu is not only served on Saturdays and Sundays, but also on Bank Holiday Mondays! Be sure to check out their extensive brunch cocktail menu as well as their coco pops french toast!

Taste Cafe

If you’re looking for a delicious as well as healthy brunch option, then head over to Taste Cafe where they have a tasty selection of Healthy Bowls. They also have vegetarian options available, as well as a great selection of free range poached egg specials. Be sure to order one of their delicious fresh juices or smoothies!


L’Gueuleton serves the finest French cuisine perfect for a nice weekend brunch. Eggs Florentine, Wild Mushroom Toastie on Brioche, and Crepes, we’re getting hungry just thinking about it! They have a couple of tables on their terrace that are perfect for people watching!

Brasserie Sixty6

Brasserie Sixty6 offers a wide range of brunch options perfect for a family outing. They are a great kid friendly brunch place, as they offer high chairs and changing facilities. Your family is sure to love this place!

Coppinger Row

Brunch is served on a Sunday from 12 – 4pm and it’s worth ending the week on. Choose between dishes like Garlic & Chilli Prawns a La Plancha; Dressed Crab & Crayfish with Basil & Lemon or Brioche French Toast with Lemon Curd, Mascarpone & Maple Syrup to name a few on this delicious menu.

Whether it’s Saturday, Sunday, or Bank Holiday Monday, or a week day treat for some, these places are the perfect stops for brunch in Dublin! Be sure to share this post with your friends, tag @DublinTown, and prepare for a delicious weekend.