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Where to Find Dublin's Best Brunch

Let's get one thing straight; Dublin loves a good brunch. It comes as no surprise that when the buzzing, alcohol-infused Saturday night in the Irish capital comes to an end as the sun rises. The people of this city wake up to a hangover and some serious cravings. Dublin is famous for the quality and quantity of food so it's no wonder we all roll out of bed at noon to go every Sunday, and boy doesn't we know where to find Dublin's best brunch *winky face*. 

 

Boojum €5 - €10


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Renowned as Ireland's best burrito branch and rightly so. Boojum is known for its top quality ingredients, deliciously cooked meats and the sheer size of the thing, it's worth checking out if you're in need of a lot of good things rolled into one.

 

Elephant & Castle €6.50 - €14


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If you want the best chicken wings in town then head down to Elephant & Castle located in the cultural district of Temple Bar. The little pieces of heaven are sure to help you sweat out all those toxins and in the tastiest way possible.

 

Dawson 37  €8.50 - €14


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Dawson 37 is so hot right now. No joke, this place has become one of trendiest places in Dublin to catch a meal and a cocktail, so why not brunch? Honestly, people come here for a reason: the food is delicious and the mimosas always go down well.

 

Herbstreet €12 - €15


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Herbstreet has become infamous for their brunch skills, great spot by the Grand Canal Dock and a wide array of brunchy-like foods to suit anyone's Sunday mornin' cravings.

 

Brother Hubbards €10


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A Dublin favourite, Brother Hubbards is where locals meet great quality (and quantity) dishes for decent prices. They have an all day brunch menu on Saturday and Sunday so it's perfect for a really late brunch if you're in absolute shreds from the night before. That's a thumbs up from me!

 

Govindas €7 - €12


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Not just for the veggies or vegans out there! Govindas offers a tonne of delicious (and nutritious) meat-free dishes, you can get a massive plate of veggies goodies for very little. Which is all you need sometimes when you're in dire need of a detox.

 

KC Peaches €5 - €10


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This is a great spot for anyone in need of something healthy, quick and cheap. You'll find KC Peaches all over Dublin, each provides a huge array of pastries, salads, sandwiches, great coffee and cakes!

 

Queen of Tarts €6 - €10


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And speaking of cakes. the Queen of Tarts is the best spot in Dublin to treat that sweet tooth! However, you should skip straight to dessert. On Sundays the wonderful chefs whip up some seriously exquisite brunch dishes worth trying out!

 

San Lorenzo  €9 - €14


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What is that beautiful piece of food pictured above you may ask? Pfffft it's only one of San Lorenzo's signature brunch dishes, voted as the best place to grab brunch in Dublin and it's easy to see why. That above my dear friend is coco pops crunchy french toast, how well does that sound? Check out their other insatiable dishes on the San Lorenzo website.

By Dublin-Brunchie, Catherine Munnelly.