6 best bottomless brunches in Dublin we're gasping to try this summer 2 weeks ago

6 best bottomless brunches in Dublin we're gasping to try this summer

Summer is almost here, and you know what that means.

Lots of outdoor dining, many enjoyable treats, and plenty of bottomless brunches.

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The bottomless brunch is a staple of Dublin cuisine. Do you even have friends if you haven't all rocked up to a restaurant at noon on a Sunday to drink 8+ mimosas and some avo on toast?

Probably not, so you may as well get to booking yourself a table or two once June and July roll around. You won't be able to walk for the gaggles of gals all gasping for a mid-morning prosecco.

Here are six of the best bottomless brunches across the city, that we're just dying to get back to.

1. The Revolution, Dublin 6

Did somebody say tacos? Because Rathgar is full of them - and pizza too.

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The Revolution can be sometimes overlooked when it comes to a lil BB (bottomless brunch), but it shouldn't be, because it's delicious. Nab yourself some tacos, some eggs, and a glass or two (or five) this summer. You won't regret it.

Open for bookings now. 

2. Platform 61, South William Street 

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Platform 61 has been killing the bottomless brunch game ever since they opened their doors a few years back. A truly ideal spot if you're hoping for some delicious food, ever-flowing mimosas, and even nicer staff.

The space is small but they do have a great outdoor area, ideal for some June dining. Get your bookings in early though, if you fancy a table soon. Find out more here. 

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3. Wigwam, Abbey Street

Wigwam don't just do bottomless brunch. They do bottomless brunch.

With an entire list of drinks available to mix and match throughout your stay and a delightful food menu comprised of all the brunch classics (get the vegan nachos, please), a table in Wigwam is absolutely worth a shout this summer.

Try their Vietnamese iced coffee while you're there. It'll keep you up all night. Available for bookings now. 

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4. Bon Appetit, Malahide

In the market for something with a little je ne sais quoi? You'd do worse than book yourself a table in Malahide's Bon Appetit. In fact, you'd rarely do better.

French food, great service, and mimosas and bellinis to die for, make North Dublin your next spot for a boujie bottomless brunch. They also do an afternoon tea and drinks from Friday - Sunday, if that's your thing.

Available for bookings now. 

5. Thundercut Alley, Dublin 8

Tacos, chips, bar bites, and an entire menu of delicious cocktails, Thundercut Alley have got it sorted when it comes to bottomless brunch.

Located just outside Dublin city centre in Smithfield, treat yourself to some tasty food and as many drinks as you can manage in this young, cool, hip spot. Catch a film in the Lighthouse then when you're done. Ideal day.

Available for bookings now. 

6. The Exchequer Wine Bar, Ranelagh 

Seafood fans unite! Ranelagh's Exchequer Wine Bar will be reopening for bookings this summer, and our prosecco palates can't wait.

Paella, tapas, and all the bubbly you can manage, this place is an incredible shout for bottomless brunches - and regular ol' dining out. Whichever takes your fancy that weekend, sure. Available for bookings now. 

All restaurants will most likely require advanced booking. 

Feature image @ Platform 61 Insta.