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Best Bottomless Brunch In Dublin in 2022 (8 Places For A Boozy Brunch)

Best Bottomless Brunch In Dublin in 2022 (8 Places For A Boozy Brunch)

When it comes to bottomless brunch Dublin is home to its fair share of restaurants that offer a boozy brunch that packs a punch. That rhymed… painfully! 

Regardless of whether you want to chow down on homemade tacos with a Bloody Mary or tuck into some eggs Benedict with mimosas, there are some excellent places for a boozy brunch in Dublin.

In the guide below, you’ll find 8 of the best places for bottomless brunch in Dublin, from traditional pubs and quirky boutique cafes to a some of the best restaurants in Dublin.

Where we think does the best bottomless brunch in Dublin

Bow Lane Social brunch

Photos via Bow Lane Social on FB

The first section of this guide is packed with where we think does the best bottomless brunch in Dublin.

Below, you’ll find the brilliant Beef & Lobster and the popular Thundercut Alley to Cleaver East and more.

1. Thundercut Alley (from €18.50 p/p)

Thundercut Alley bottomless brunch

Photos via Thundercut Alley restaurant on Facebook

With its charming graffiti décor, Thundercut Alley is one of the most popular places for a boozy brunch in Dublin.

The restaurant’s Mexican-inspired fare with options like cheesy nachos with pork or chicken and tacos with scrambled eggs and bacon is paired with a variety of cocktails including bellinis and mimosas.

If you are looking for a place with a casual vibe that serves Mexican brunch favourites alongside some seriously awesome cocktails, make sure to pay a visit to Thundercut Alley.

The need-to-knows: The Thundercut Alley Bottomless Brunch runs Saturday and Sunday (11, 13:00 and 15:30). From what we can tell from their website (it’s very unclear and they’re not answering the phone…) it’s €18.50 for bottomless mimosas and €22.50 for bottomless bellinis, but this may be wrong.

2. Beef & Lobster (from €19.95 p/p)

Beef & Lobster bottomless brunch

Photos via Beef & Lobster restaurant on Facebook

Located on Parliament Street in Temple Bar, Beef & Lobster specialises in surf and turf cuisine and it’s known for dishing up some of the most popular bottomless brunch Dublin has to offer.

On their menu, you will find everything from buttermilk fried chicken and waffles to freshly-caught lobsters and steaks. The crisp duck wings are also a big crowd-pleaser.

There’s also everything from tacos and king prawns to avocado and poached eggs and much, much more.

The need-to-knows: The Beef & Lobster bottomless brunch runs on Saturday and Sunday from 12:00 to 16:00. You get 1hr and 45mins of bottomless Mimosas or Bellinis for €19.95pp (must order a main course).

3. Platform 61 (from €18 p/p)

Platform 61 brunch

Photos via Platform 61 restaurant on Facebook

Platform 61 is an intimate restaurant located on South William Street and it’s one of the more overlooked places for a bottomless brunch Dublin has to offer.

Open for bottomless brunch 7 days a week, this New York subway-inspired dining establishment is a great place to enjoy bottomless brunch even on weekdays.

Their creative menu is packed with plenty of meat and vegan options like steak sandwiches and pea ravioli. The food is delicious and pairs perfectly together with unlimited Mimosas.

The need-to-knows: Platform 61 bottomless brunch is served Monday to Friday (12 – 4) and on Saturdays and Sunday (11 – 5). There’s a 1.5 hour time limit. Enjoy bottomless mimosa for €18 p/p (food not included).

4. Cleaver East (from €18.95 p/p)

Cleaver East bottomless brunch

Photos via Cleaver East restaurant on Facebook

Cleaver East is regarded as the best bottomless brunch in Dublin by many due to its pricing – it’s €18.95 for 2 hours of unlimited bellinis and mimosas.

Run by Irish chef and restaurateur Oliver Dunne, this place boasts a very tasty brunch menu. Those that visit can expect 

For starters, you’ll find everything from soy and miso glazed chicken wings to crispy chilli and lime prawns. For mains, you can opt for pulled beef tacos, spiced potato rosti, cajun chicken quesadillas and more.

The need-to-knows: The Cleaver East bottomless brunch runs Saturday and Sunday from 12:00-15.30. You get two hours of unlimited bellinis and mimosas for €18.95. In order to avail of Bottomless Cocktails, you must order a dish from ‘Brunch Favourites’

Other popular spots for a boozy brunch in Dublin

Bon Appetit restaurant malahide

Photos via Bon Appetit on Facebook

Now that we have where we think does the best bottomless brunch in Dublin out of the way, it’s time to see what else the capital has to offer.

Below, you’ll find everywhere from The Revolution and Bow Lane Social to The Square Ball and more.

1. The Square Ball (from €35 p/p)

best boozy brunch dublin

Photos via The Square Ball restaurant on Facebook

You’ll find the Square Ball at 45 Hogan Place, not far from Grand Canal Dock and Merrion Square. This is one of the more generous drinks menus for bottomless brunch Dublin has to offer.

The bottomless brunch will set you back €35 and that includes bottomless drinks (prosecco, bellini, mimosa, Moscow Mule or Peroni) and one food item.

On the menu, there’s everything from French toast and a chargrilled chicken burger to free rang wings and vegan options.

The need-to-knows: The Square Ball bottomless brunch runs on Saturdays and Sundays (12 – 4). It’s €35 for Bottomless drinks from the Brunch menu and one main dish. There’s a 2-hour limit.

2. Bow Lane Social (from € p/p)

Bow Lane Social brunch

Photos via Bow Lane Social on FB

Located a stone’s throw from St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Bow Lane Social is one of the most popular venues for a boozy brunch in Dublin.

Bow Lane is arguably the best bottomless brunch in Dublin when it comes to the variety of drinks and food on offer. Drink wise, there’s the Bow Lane Fizz, The Peachy Mexican, a Southside Sling, a Bloody Mary, a North Side Cooler and more.

For food, you have all of the usuals, like Huevos Rancheros and Eggs Benedict to Crab and King Prawn Hash and much more.

The need-to-knows: The Bow Lane bottomless brunch runs every Friday, Saturday & Sunday. It’s €25 a head and there’s a max 2-hour sitting.

3. The Revolution (from €16 p/p)

The Revolution restaurant

Photos via The Revolution restaurant on Facebook

Offering bottomless brunch every Saturday and Sunday from 11 am to 4 pm, Rathgar’s Revolution is a great place to catch up with friends.

On the food menu, you’ve some of the old favourites, like a pulled pork Benedict and American style pancakes to carnitas tacos.

There’s also breakfast burritos, smashed lemon avocado, grilled portobello tacos and much more. The only draw back of this place is you’re limited to OJ mimosas.

The need-to-knows: The Revolution bottomless brunch runs on Saturday and Sunday from 11 – 4 and costs €16 a head for endless OJ mimosas. There’s a max 2-hour sitting.

4. Bon Appetit (from €18.95 p/p)

Bon Appetit restaurant malahide

Photos via Bon Appetit on Facebook

With its amazing seasonal food menu, the French-themed Bon Appetit in Malahide in North County Dublin also offers excellent deals on bottomless brunch.

Pair dishes like duck wings with blue cheese, chicken quesadilla, and a lamb burger with free-flowing brunch cocktails including bellinis and Mimosas for a memorable weekend dining experience.

Everything your order here is made from scratch and boozy bottomless brunch is available on the weekends.

The need-to-knows: Bottomless Mimosas or Bellinis are €18.95. You must order a main to avail of Bottomless Cocktails! Bottomless Cocktails are served for 1hr and 45mins from the start time of your reservation.

Where to grab a regular (and V tasty!) brunch in Dublin

OK, so the options for bottomless brunch in Dublin aren’t exactly endless, but don’t worry – there are plenty of great spots for a decent bit of brunch in the city. Here are our most popular Dublin brunch guides:

FAQs about the best bottomless brunch Dublin has to offer

We’ve had a lot of questions over the years asking about everything from where does the fanciest bottomless brunch in Dublin to which is the cheapest.

In the section below, we’ve popped in the most FAQs that we’ve received. If you have a question that we haven’t tackled, ask away in the comments section below.

What is the best bottomless brunch in Dublin?

In my opinion, you’ll get the best boozy brunch in Dublin from Platform 61, Beef & Lobster and Thundercut Alley.

What is the best value boozy brunch in Dublin?

Personally, I think Thundercut Alley is the best value bottomless brunch Dublin has to offer, as the standard is so good. It starts at €18.50.

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