Boozy Brunches in Dublin

Parties, catch-ups, and celebrations; whatever the occasion, there's a Dublin boozy brunch for that. And when you've spent the whole week working, why not get the party started early come the weekend? From eggs benedict with a side of prosecco through to homemade granola with a coffee cocktail, we've rounded up the best bottomless and boozy brunch restaurants in Dublin; just promise us you'll take it handy.

Last updated on 21st April 2020




Farrier & Draper

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This smart townhouse is putting an Italian twist on their brunch offerings. Taking place in La Cucina, the inhouse restaurant, the venue does a special of a brunch dish, side and cocktail for €20, meaning you can munch through the likes of Parma ham pizzas and avocado toast, without having a worry.

Bow Lane

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Not messing around when it comes to bottomless brunch, Bow Lane is the place to get your party started every darn weekend. Tuck into breakfast plates and a long list of cocktails, plus the last Sunday of the month brings Davina Devine and her posse of queens for the notorious drag brunch.

Adding to Dublin's bottomless brunch roster, Wigwam is a top choice for those looking to get a little loose on the weekend. The quirky venue kicks things off at 12pm, and alongside a whole range of breakfast dishes, you can add bottomless cocktails for €30.

Weekend's at BrewDog are made for brunching, with a plethora of brilliant breakfast dishes for the taking. Chomp away on brunch burgers, loaded pancakes and full stacks of fried goodness, simply pair with a bloody mary, mimosa or craft beer and you're all set for the day ahead. 

Café en Seine

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For a dreamy, Instagram-worthy brunch, Café en Seine is your restaurant, from the Art Deco style interiors through to the brunch cocktails. Ease a hangover away with the prettiness of this spot, while dishes such as baked eggs with merguez sausage will heal you from the inside out.

Dublin 2's The Exchequer is a chilled out spot for a brunch come the weekend. The menu is inspired by pub grub, with plates big enough to fill you up for the entire day, including steak, and fish and chips; chuck in one of their inventive cocktails, and you've got yourself a midday party.

Loretta's is a stylish haunt, from the wooden panelling through to the plush red booths. Brunch is a gastronomic affair, with an outstanding chorizo made by the chef-patron himself and comes accompanied by eggs and sour cream, which goes splendidly with a bloody mary or two.