With a vibrant and ever growing plant-based food scene, sticking to your Veganuary pledge has never been easier than when brunching in Dublin.

From 100% Vegan eateries to chic Brunch spots with dedicated Vegan menus, the days of feeling short changed by pitiful plant-based alternatives are well and truly over.

Sova Vegan Butcher

Sova Vegan Butcher | Vegan Brunch DublinThis 100% plant-based restaurant proves that veganism and variety can go hand in hand. Their Brunch menu includes range of tempting dishes, from a hearty full Irish breakfast to a seitan donner kebab. Brunch is served every Sunday but you can grab a burgers, salads and even vegan steak for lunch Tuesday-Saturday. Sova's stripped back, effortlessly cool décor keeps the focus firmly on the food, with every dish carefully constructed with essential nutrients in mind. 

Where is it?

51 Pleasants St, Saint Kevin's, Dublin, D08 EF24, Ireland

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Happy Food

Happy Food | Vegan Brunch DublinTucked away inside a yoga studio, visitors flock to Happy Food for their fully vegan menu and a real sense of community. Using only the freshest ingredients their extensive Brunch menu features favourites such as a create your own Poke bowl, organic falafel wrap and truffle smashed avocado. As well as their popular Brunch offering Happy Food produce a range of guilt-free, ethical treats, snacks, smoothies and juices, that will keep you coming back for more!

Where is it?

5-8 Camden Court, Dublin 2, D02 X284, Ireland​

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Cornucopia

Cornucopia | Vegan Brunch DublinThis much loved family run business has long been a staple of Dublin’s vegetarian scene and has fast become a haven for vegans. Popular for their casual and friendly counter service, diners can build their own 5 item breakfast with vegan options including scrambled tofu and homemade vegan sausages, all served with tea, coffee and in-house baked toast. If after a heavy night enjoying Dublin’s vibrant night scene, you happen to miss breakfast, their daily rotating lunch menu of freshly prepared dishes will not disappoint.

Where is it?

19-20 Wicklow St, Dublin, D02 FK27, Ireland​

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Two Boys Brew

Two Boys Brew | Vegan Brunch DublinAs their name would suggest Two Boys Brew are serious about coffee. Their focus on the origin and quality of their coffee beans does not however detract from their winning Brunch menu. While their menu isn’t fully vegan, they offer plant-based alternatives to various dishes making it a great spot to Brunch with friends that aren’t quite yet converted to the vegan way of life. Try their overnight oats packed full of apple, blueberries and cranberries and topped with homemade hazelnut butter or opt for their harissa, tomato and pumpkin baked beans on sourdough.

Where is it?

375 N Circular Rd, Phibsborough, Dublin 7, D07 FWY1, Ireland

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Brother Hubbard North

undefinedYou’ll find Brother Hubbard, in Dublin’s iconic Temple Bar area, along with a whole host of other newly-opened independent eatery’s. Their creative menu and tantalising ‘brunchy’ cocktails have given this venue the well deserved reputation as of one of Dublin’s most interesting and innovative dining destinations. Vegan Brunch options include Sister Sadie’s mezze tray of ful medames (Egyptian beans), roasted aubergine, hummus and flat bread or a warming seasonal oatmeal bowl. And if that wasn’t enough to temp you their cocktail carafes to share go down a treat with Brunch!

Where is it?

153 Capel St, North City, Dublin, D01 V9V0, Ireland

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