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Make it Boozy – The Best Spots for Bottomless Brunch in Dublin

Dublin has no shortage of spots for leisurely brunching, but the recent boom in bottomless brunch menus is more than welcome. We’ve rounded up the best spots to indulge in an afternoon of bubbles, cocktails and brunching with your pals, whether it is a girl’s weekend blow out, hen party plan or birthday celebration.

Here are our picks of some of the best spots for bottomless brunch in Dublin.

The Porthouse Cava

A newcomer to the brunch game, The Porthouse Cava on Camden Street has not only brought brunch sharing boards to the equation (think crispy jamon, patatas bravas and churros) but they have made their bottomless drinks offering unmissable with free flowing Sangria and Cava. This bottomless brunch with a Spanish twist will set you back €40 per person.

Bobby’s Wine Bar

A stylish little spot on Baggot Street, Bobby’s is a wine and Champagne bar we’re happy visiting at any time of the day, night or week but their bottomless brunch is well worth building a weekend plan around. If you’re not a prosecco person, Bobby’s has you covered with bottomless rosé, which sounds quite frankly wonderful, for €39.50 per person with a main course from their extensive brunch menu.

Beef and Lobster

Parliament Street’s Beef and Lobster serves up brunch with a difference with not a poached egg in sight. From an array of duck wings to surf ‘n’ turf brisket burgers, the menu here is a crowd pleaser and you can indulge in bottomless Mimosas or Bellinis for €19.95 per person.

Chimac

Korean fried chicken and bottomless Frosé…need we say more? Check Chimac’s tempting brunch offering out in their Aungier Street or Terenure branches for the ultimate Sunday service. Add aforementioned bottomless Frosé to your favourite dish for €29 and love your life.

Cleaver East

Oliver Dunne’s original brunchtime heavy hitter Cleaver East, located in The Clarence Hotel in Temple Bar, continues to draw crowds every weekend. With classic brunch dishes like buttermilk chicken and waffles, avocado toast and even a tempting sounding Cleaver McMuffin, you can see why it has been a brunch staple spot for years. Two courses and bottomless Mimosas or Bellinis will set you back €48 per person.

Bow Lane Social Club

Few places can compete with Bow Lane Social Club on the bottomless brunch front, with a list of no less than 9 drink options, from a marg-style Drunken Mexican cocktail to a Bow Lane Bloody Mary and everything in between. It helps that their brunch plates are equally as tempting. Bottomless drinks come in at €30 per person and main courses are €15 each.

Chelsea Drugstore

For €49.50 per person you can enjoy 80’s and 90’s bangers and bottomless cocktail brunch at the always buzzing Chelsea Drugstore. Located on South Great George’s Street, this is the perfect spot to kick off a day out in town in style. The menu is short and sweet with classics huevos rotos, but the drinks offering is extensive with bottomless cocktails including Margs and French 75s to enjoy.

Jackie’s

Jackie’s is a Millenial fever dream dripping in 90’s memorabilia, with their Aisling copybook menu packed with cocktails designed to spark nostalgic joy – Calpol 18+, Solero Pornstar and Pikachu Lemondrop to name a few. This Thomas Street spot promises a raucously fun bottomless brunch (with free-flowing mimosas, cocktails and, em, Harp pints) with drag shows, lip syncing battles and 90’s tunes galore for just €30 per person.

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