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Brunch in Dublin


Brother Hubbard

Located in both Dublin 1 and Dublin 8, you're always only a stones throw away from Brother Hubbard and their middle eastern themed offering. Check out Brother Hubbard’s avo & eggs, turkish eggs menemen or the delicious Moroccan pancakes, you won't be disappointed. Some great news is that brunch here is served all week long!


Visit them on Capel Street, close to tour stop 31!

Interior of the woollen mills with french windows and lighting

Woollen Mills

A landmark building in the City, the food here is unquestionably Irish inspired and features the best of local produce. A trip to the Woollen Mills is sure to fill even the most hungry of brunch goers, with food on offer including whiskey and marmalade sticky bacon ribs, waffles and berries, Woolley wings, sloppy mac ‘n cheese and their in house burger.


Top tip: try out the amazing "Gillian’s marshmallow s’mores."


Thundercut Alley

Something a little bit different now in Thundercut Alley, this spot features all your old favourite arcade games combined with unique interiors. The food here is amazing as well with smoke haddock carbonara, Jamaican jerk sandwich and the full Irish flatbreads being just some of our favourites. Thundercut Alley serve bottomless mimosas and brilliant margaritas, so it is ideal for a treat at the weekend.


Friday, Saturday and Sunday in Smithfield


The Fumbally

A popular place to go for brunch in the city, The Fumbally serves up an awesome all day breakfast as well as an unreal lunch menu with highlights being the Falafel plate, the Fumbally Eggs served with gubeen cheese & olive oil as well as the Pulled Porchetta ciabatta. Best check this one out for yourself.


All-day breakfast Tuesday to Saturday Fumbally Lane, Dublin 8


Hatch & Sons

We can best describe Hatch & Sons as a true taste of what its like in a quintessentially Irish kitchen. Our favourites include the skillet with baked eggs served with both bacon and sausage as well as their delicious Waterford Blaas. Amazing coffee can also be found at both of Hatch & Sons locations - Parnell Square and St. Stephen's Green.


Right beside Tour stop 2 - Parnell Square

The Dublin brunch scene has come a long way from its humble beginnings to the present day and the creative gastronomy options available city wide. Here we check out the best brunch places in town right now...

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