Top 5 Hot Spots for Brunch

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Good oneBy Aideen Kerr

Every weekend requires time set aside for a big dirty brunch. Done properly, a breakfast brunch cures almost anything that ails you, and it will get you ready for the big weekend ahead. Give those diets an overlook and celebrate the weekend by satisfying your foodie cravings at one of these brunch havens that we’ve chosen just for you. Book them online to avoid disappointment, rate your experience and their rating on the Irish dining scene by writing a review.

1. Pyg Restaurant, Powerscourt Townhouse Centre

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Photography by Tom O’Brien

A city centre gem in the stunning setting of Powerscourt Townhouse, Pyg will immerse you in breakfast goodness; before you know it you’ll have left your worries at the door.

Powerscourt Townhouse Centre, South William Street, Dublin 2

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2. The Larder Restaurant, Parliament Street

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Exceptional breakfast food that will blow your mind! The Larder is situated in the heart of the city and is great value for money. You’ll be back before you know it for round 2!

8 Parliament Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South

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3. Soulful Coffee House and Bistro, Manor Street

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If you’re a coffee lover then this is the brunch of choice that will perk you up this weekend. A great range of breakfast options available for all diets, so check it out!

46 Manor Street, North Dublin , Stoneybatter, Dublin 7

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4. Arc Cafe Bar, Liffey Valley Shopping Centre

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Head to the Arc Cafe Bar for some Liffey Valley loving this weekend. They pride themselves on serving meaty breakfasts in this joint, so get your appetite ready!

Liffey Vallley Shopping Centre, Fonthill Rd, West Dublin, Liffey Valley, Dublin 22

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5. The Waterloo Bar, Upper Baggot Street

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The Waterloo is an award-winning gastro pub on Upper Baggot Street that is nothing short of fabulous! A great place worth trying if you’re a brekkie aficionado or a coeliac.

36 Upper Baggot Street, Dublin 4, D04 R6Y6, Ballsbridge, Dublin

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