01:40 16 Aug 2019

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Let's brunch

Brunch is one of our favourite weekend past times.

There are few things better than meeting up with friends for a catch up and some delicious grub.

Dublin is filled with amazing venues for a weekend bite, but we're also excited to try somewhere new.

Here's our round up of the capital's newest brunch spots:


Gertrude belongs to 3fe coffee creator Colin Harmon.

Located on Pearse Street, the eatery was much anticipated before it's opening in late 2018.

The diner has a relaxed setting and serves brunch 9am to 5pm Saturday and Sunday.

The menu has influences from Asia and a focus on Irish produce.

We'd recommend the crab and eggs with fermented hot sauce, sauteed kale on bread nation oat toast.


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Sunday. Pancakes. Pearse St. ‍♀️

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A taste of Seoul right in the middle of Dublin on Aungier Street.

This new spot has had people talking since it opened.

Chimac is a combination of the words for 'chicken' and 'beer' in Korean.

Their chicken sandwiches and Korean fried chicken are deliciously crispy and covered in tasty sauces.

They also have cauli-wings and other vegetarian options.


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One Society

One Society aims to bring people together for great coffee, tasty food and enjoyable conversations.

They want to provide an escape from the crazy outside world while you enjoy a bite to eat.

Located on the Northside of the city they serve brunch until 3pm. Tuesday to Sunday.

Their Not So Classic Irish Breakfast is a mouth-watering combo of two Irish pork sausages, smoked black pudding, smoked bacon, two fried eggs, caramelized green apples, breakfast mushrooms and cherry tomatoes and homemade Mexican spiced beans with sourdough bread.


Lorettas is a family run business located at Doyle's Corner on Phibsborough.

There's a relaxed vibe with a focus on modern and bold food.

They have Good For The Mind, Good For The Body and Good For The Soul menus.

They specialise in something a bit healthier as well as classic brunch dishes, and there's a full vegan breakfast.

Shelbourne Social

Dylan McGrath's Shelbourne Social is just as impressive as his other venues.

It's just a short hop out to the Southside of the city to Shelbourne Road.

The restaurant recently launched their brunch menu and it's served from 10am Monday to Sunday.

We'd recommend the brown butter waffles with crème fraiche and truffle honey with optional crispy fried chicken thighs.

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