Dublin is a vibrant melting pot of a city, with more foodies, Brunches and Guinness per square mile than you’re likely to find anywhere else.

From Rathmines and Smithfield to the tip of Portmarnock and the buzzing Temple Bar district, Dublin is a Brunchers paradise. 

Best Bottomless Boozy Brunch in DublinAt Bruncher we know nothing is worse than making a bad decision so we thought we’d help you out by rounding up a list of the best places to go in Dublin for that that most holy of alliterations - Boozy Bottomless Brunch.

Cleaver East

 

Best Bottomless Brunch Dublin

An offshoot of restaurateur Oliver Dunne’s growing list of Dublin hotspots, Cleaver East specialise in laidback Irish and European Brunch using the highest quality ingredients.

Their delicious Brunch menu features enticing options such as a spiced sweet potato rosti consisting of a poached egg, mango chutney and chipotle hollandaise as well as a full Irish for something a bit more traditional, including a delicious combination of pork and leek sausage, bacon, black pudding, gratinated tomato, fried potatoes and 2 eggs any style.

If you’re not sold yet, then you can upgrade to add bottomless mimosas or Bellinis for just 18.95 euros. This one is perfect for groups and you can book too so you know you’ll beat that dreaded queue

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Where is it?
The Clarence Hotel, 6-8 Wellington Quay, Dublin, D02 HT44

Bow Lane

Best Bottomless Boozy Brunch DublinBow Lane is just a short walk away from St Patrick’s Cathedral so you can visit there before starting your day off with a delicious Brunch at this buzzing eatery.

From 10:30am to 4:30pm on weekends and Bank Holidays, Brunchers can enjoy a Brunch featuring delicious executions of staples such as eggs Benedict and eggs Florentine, along with heartier fare such as crab cakes and a delicious dahl curry.

For just an additional 25 euros you can give it a bottomless boozy upgrade where you can indulge in some of the best craft cocktails in Dublin.

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Where is it?
17 Aungier Street, Dublin, D02 XF38

The Revolution

Best Bottomless Boozy Brunch Dublin

The Revolution is a cool neighbourhood hangout in the historic village of Rathgar that offers a deliciously decadent Brunch.

Brunchers can enjoy a lovely menu including hearty treats such as San Diego pancakes, a breakfast burrito or grilled cheese which is sure to provide sufficient lining for a day celebrating.

For just an additional 15 euros, you can upgrade to add bottomless mimosas to get the fun started early.

While not an Irish phrase, Viva la Revolution is definitely appropriate when it comes to this place.

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Where is it?
10 Terenure Road East, Rathgar, Dublin, D6W FE89

Beef and Lobster

Best Bottomless Boozy Brunch Dublin  - Beef and Lobster

Tucked inside the famous Temple Bar along Parliament Street that is sure to be buzzing this weekend, this delicious Brunch does what it says on the tin: life-affirming steaks and impeccable shellfish.

All beef is locally-sourced, dry-aged and freshly-caught lobster is cooked to perfection over charcoals for a decadent smoky flavour.

The Brunch menu is split into light and big dishes and features exciting dishes such as fivemiletown goats cheese and an interesting twist on a classic with a black pudding and crab Benedict.

Brunchers can enjoy 2 courses and wash it all down with Bottomless mimosas and Bellinis for just 35 euros.

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Where is it?
39/40 Parliament Square, Dublin, D02 V593

Brasserie Sixty6

Best Bottomless Boozy Brunch - Dublin. Brasserie Sixty6

Elegant and sophisticated, Brasserie Sixty6 is the go-to Brunch spot for those wanting something more refined.

Brunch is split into sections such as ‘bread’ – containing a toasted ham and smoky cheese sandwich, brioche French toast and a chargrilled 9oz rib-eye on sourdough – and ‘eggs’ (Benedict, Florentine, omelettes your way), all of which are served with skinny fries.

An extensive range of cocktails are on hand to keep you suitably boozed throughout the occasion, from traditional Mimosas and Bloody Marys to more leftfield options such as ‘Sassari’ – Aperol mixed with Sauvignon, prosecco and elderflower liqueur.

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Where is it?
66-67 South Great Georges St, Dublin 2,, Dublin, D02 YD61

Platform 61

Best Bottomless Brunch Dublin

Set on buzzing South William Street, Platform 61 is inspired by the mythical Track 61 underneath the famous Waldorf Astoria, which allowed the VIPs to enter the hotel via a private golden lift.

Understandably, the interior is extravagant with a delightful Brunch menu to match featuring options such as the Bronco’s Breafast with Sirloin Steak, eggs, potatoes and bearnaise sauce as well as more traditional favouries such as French Toast.

Complete the true VIP experience and go bottomless to experience true decadence

Where is it?
27 William St S, Dublin, D02 RP86, Ireland

So, use our guide to discover your next Bottomless Brunch adventure in Dublin.