OUR FAVOURITE BRUNCH SPOTS IN DUBLIN
I doubt you’ll find a list of the best brunch spots in Dublin that doesn’t include Fia in Ranelagh. It’s a small spot with a small menu but don’t let that put you off. There are plenty of extras to add in if you so choose! Their eggs and greens are famous, head on out to the suburbs and try yourself. If you have to queue I promise it will be worth the wait and remember hunger is good sauce!
155b, Rathgar Rd, Dublin 6, D06 R924
pic from Instagram @fia_cafe
Angelina’s is a favourite brunch spot for Dubliners which sits on the banks of the Grand Canal. They have an extensive menu coupled with cosy, cushy seating and sophisticated interiors. On a nice day sit on the terrace overlooking one of Ireland’s most famous poet’s, Patrick Kavanagh, favourite spot, the canal. Afterwards walk down the canal and see Kavanagh’s statue commemorated on a “canal-bank seat for the passer-by”.
55 Percy Place, Dublin 4
pic from Instagram @angelinasdublin
In the heart of Temple Bar sits Robertas, a fairly new establishment that has very rightfully climbed to the top of the Dublin dining scene. Prepare to be wowed at the glass ceiling towering over their bar. The light, bright, airy atmosphere is exactly the tonic needed for a Sunday morning brunch.
1 Essex Street East, Temple Bar, Dublin 2
pic from Instagram @robertasdublin
With two locations in Dublin (North & South) and their own cookbook it’s easy to see why Brother Hubbard may do the best brunch in Dublin. The North cafe is located in the heart of Dublin City Centre while South is on the fringes of the city tucked away in the leafy suburb of Portobello. I frequently have dreams about their Spiced Pork Rarebit open sandwich!! In their own words “This is the café you’ve been looking for.”
46 Harrington St, Saint Kevin’s, Dublin 8 & 153 Capel St, North City, Dublin 1
pic from Instagram @brother_hubbard_south
Outside the city in one of Dublin’s gorgeous neighbourhoods, Ranelagh, sits Dillinger’s an American style diner serving up delicious American/Mexican style food. It’s been one of the most stable and iconic brunch spots for Dubliners and it doesn’t look like it’s slowing down any time soon. If you want a break from the city centre eateries, this one’s for you!
47 Ranelagh, Dublin 6
pic from Instagram @dillingersdublin @terrymcdonagh