Eat Your Way Around Galway City – Our Guide to Galway’s Best Brunch Spots

Galway's Best Brunch

No matter where you find yourself in Galway City, a good brunch venue is always close by. A revolutionary mealtime which combines food, drink and socialising, brunch outings will never go out of fashion.

We’ve compiled a list of Galway’s Best Brunch spots to fulfill your brunch needs – not intending to challenge you to try them all! With dishes such as blueberry pancakes, vegan frys and classic egg combinations, at least one on these venues is sure to tick all the boxes for you.

The Kitchen Cafe

The Kitchen is a welcoming cafe, supporting local suppliers, and sourcing ethical produce whenever possible. They work hard every day to provide customers with delicious, colourful, healthy food. Their range of fry ups for meat eaters, veggies and vegans, will ensure there’s something on the menu for everyone! The array of freshly baked cakes and pastries are also too good to pass up on, so make sure to take one on the go if you’re too full after the delicious brunch!

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Kai Cafe and Restaurant

If you’re looking for a brunch spot that showcases the season’s greatest produce, then look no further than Kai Cafe. What’s in season will be on your plate! The menu changes weekly but eggs will always be a staple dish, in multiple ways, shapes and forms. They also serve up some knock-out cakes that are worth every calorie!

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Dela Cafe

This Scandanavian inspired cafe has an Irish twist, with most of their produce being sourced from their own garden. During the peak season, their vegetables and eggs are hand picked and served up within minutes. This ‘plot to plate’ concept gives Dela a unique edge. As well as growing their own produce, they often develop their own beer so you have the perfect excuse to have a drink with your brunch!

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Ard Bia at Nimmos

Ard Bia takes pride in their iconic space and atmosphere, putting emphasis on community experiences and serving great food in a fun environment. The menu takes inspiration from around the world, from a middle eastern style burger to a traditional Irish fry. The quirky interior and decor give the perfect setting for a catch up with friends.

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Bite Club

Biteclub is reviving the ‘all-night-long’ experience, giving customers streetfood, liquors, entertainment & dancing under one roof! The combination of exotic bites, cool summer drinks and club vibes makes this the ultimate fun-filled brunch spot. You can take your brunch outing from day to night by heading upstairs to the bustling rooftop space for a post-feed dance!

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Tribeton is the perfect brunch spot for casual, relaxed dining. The interior is urban chic, yet comfortable, so you could easily spend the whole day at this trendy venue. Located in one of Galway’s best art-deco buildings, the surroundings are guaranteed to impress just as much as the food!

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If you want to celebrate a special occasion with a delicious brunch in a modern, vibrant venue, then look no further than Caprise Café. The stress free and friendly atmosphere promotes a calming enviornment, perfect for birthday celebrations, baby or bridal showers. A glass of Proseco would also go down a treat along with their mouth watering Velvet Crab Benedict!

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The G Counter

This casual yet contemporary venue is the perfect option for a laid back weekend brunch. Break away from the rush of the city, grab a book and enjoy a wholesome meal in a relaxed space! Burger lovers will be spoiled for choice with fillings ranging from lamb to salmon. They’re big into their coffee at The G Counter so don’t pass on a hot brew to finish your meal!

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Mc Cambriges

Mc Cambridges is a restaurant, deli and fine foods shop, located in the centre of busy Galway City. They serve a tasty Brunch menu every Sunday in the upstairs restaurant, dishing out everyone’s favourites. The Brioche French Toast sounds dangerously delicious! After you finish eating you can head downstairs and pick up the local ingredients used in the restaurant so you can recreate brunch classics at home!

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This family run restaurant brings a mixture of old school and new school to the table. The menu contains all the brunch classics using locally sourced ingredients to ensure all the dishes are of the highest quality possible. A stand out dish on the menu is the Wild Atlantic Way Smoked Salmon with Scrambled Eggs.

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The Gourmet Tart Co

Known for their fresh pastries and indulgent tarts, The Gourmet Tart Co. know their pastry. However, what goes by almost unnoticed is the unmissable weekend brunch they offer. You can choose from traditional dishes such as Eggs Benedict, or opt for something more unique like their Shakshuka which is a North African spicy egg dish. These guys know their brunch!

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Sophie is a Culinary Entrepreneurship graduate from DIT. She developed her love of food from an early age at home, where her mum constantly served tasty, home cooked meals. Casual, fine dining or street food, Sophie is not a fussy eater; she is simply passionate about delicious food.

Alongside her love of food, Sophie is a coffee enthusiast. On her days off you will find her exploring the streets of Dublin in search of new speciality coffee shops. After spending six months in Sydney, Sophie caught the travel bug and is constantly planning her next getaway. Working with TheTaste has allowed Sophie to combine her love of food, coffee and travel.

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