As the popularity of brunch continues to soar we took on the burden of scouring the city to bring you a list of the best places to get the most important meal of the your weekend day.
Brunch cafes and speciality restaurants are popping up everywhere in the capital, so much so that there is far too much choice.
As the stringent streak of January weekends come to an end we share our top 5 favourite brunch spots; some alcoholic, some not.
If you visit any of these places, you will not be disappointed.
1. Avoca SALT, Monkstown
Nestled into the alcoves of lovely Monkstown is an Avoca branch that is perfect for a Saturday brunch.
From 12:30 – 16:30 you can choose from their scrumptious brunch menu which includes avocado sourdough toast and halloumi fritters.
Wash it down with a cool glass of prosecco. Check out the menu here.
2. Cleaver East, Temple Bar
If you’re looking for a relaxed dining experience with delicious food, then Cleaver East is the one for you.
Coming from the master chef, Oliver Dunne, he creates a world of flavours that are unbeatable.
With a wide range of fancy cocktails on offer, this experience should last all day. Don’t forget to book though, as the restaurant is a popular venue. Drool over the stunning dishes from the menu here.
3. Meet Me in The Morning, Camden St.
MMIM is the new kid on the ‘brunch block’ that has become hugely popular in the last few months.
Hidden behind Camden street, this little cafe has an eclectic menu which will excite your tastebuds. Check out the menu here.
There’s no booking required but with its growing popularity you’d want to get down there early on a Saturday to enjoy some tasty brunch.
4. Brother Hubbard, Capel St.
This cafe is so good that they had to open a second one just to keep the customers happy.
Brother Hubbard North is the hidden gem of Capel St. with its wide range of brunch options.
There is a selection of Prosecco drinks as well as an entire vegan menu to feed anyone with a special diet. We are obsessed. Here is the brunch menu.
5. Urbun, Cabinteely
If you go on a morning hike up the Sugar Loaf, make sure to refuel at this little cafe on your way back into Dublin.
Urbun has some of the most delectable sandwiches known to man, but their brunch is not to be forgotten about. Their blueberry and Macademia nut pancakes are out of this world.
This place is kid-friendly, so it’s ideal for families. Make sure to check out the menu here.