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.

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.

Farrier & Draper

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This smart townhouse is putting an Italian twist on their brunch in Dublin. Taking place in downstairs La Cucina, their weekend offering of a brunch dish, side and cocktail comes in at €20, meaning you can munch on Parma ham pizzas, avocado toast and more without a worry.

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.

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.

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) which comes accompanied by eggs and sour cream, going splendidly with a bloody Mary or two.