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Sometimes when you're hungover, the only cure is brunch.

These brunch spots are some of our faves, and if you can't drag yourself out of bed due to the state that you're in, then prepare to drool over their divine dishes. 

6. Biteclub Streetfood Discotheque, Galway

Biteclub is one of Galway's trendiest eateries, and opens up for brunch at 11.30am on weekends. 

We recommend the fish tacos, teamed with a watermelon and gin slushie. Pure perfection. 


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5. Herbstreet, Dublin

Herbstreet has an extensive and delightful menu, which is why it's such a popular place for brunch-goers. 

From Belgian waffles to a full Irish, there are plenty of gourmet foods in generous portions at this joint. 


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4. Bang Bang Cafe, Dublin

Bang Bang Cafe, another D7 delicatessen, is pretty well known for their brunch burgers.

The eclectic decor and unreal tunes are just two more reasons to hit up this edgy eatery. 

3. Whitefriars Grill, Dublin

Whitefriars Grill serves up an amazing range of indulgent egg dishes, and if you can face a cocktail this morning, this is the place to be. 

Seeing as it's handily located on Aungier Street, it's never a bad idea to pop into Aungier Danger afterwards for a few dozen doughnuts. 


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2. Caprice Cafe, Galway

Caprice is one of Galway's newest eateries, but it has already established an amazing reputation.

If you're heading to brunch, you can opt for a healthy, hearty helping of organic porridge or homemade granola and Greek yoghurt, or you can live dangerously and soak up the hangover with the buttermilk chicken burger or fish finger sandwich.

It's definitely a must-see if you're in Galway city. 


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1. Two Boys Brew, Dublin

This divine little place in Phibsborough does some of the best coffee in Dublin, and the menus subtle twists on classic brunch foods are to die for.

Two Boys Brew does an all day brunch, so even if you're not quite ready to drag yourself out of bed, brunch is served until 4pm .

We totally recommend the Brew Boys Benedict and the blueberry and ricotta hotcake.


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We bloody love brunch, it is the perfect meal in every way.

You get to have all your breakfast faves, but it's also totally acceptable to get pissed in the early afternoon at the same time. 

What could be better?

WELL, what if we told you that there was a Disney inspired brunch coming up? Yeah we know, amazing. 

Aeronaut in Acton, London, is holding a Disney-themed bottomless brunch called 'When You Wish Upon A Brunch.'

10/10 for the name, lads. 

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The website described the event, and it sounds like serious craic.

"Whether you’re a demure princess or dashing hero on your noble steed, Impossible Things Entertainment invite you for an afternoon of toe-tapping singalongs, bottomless brunch and lashings of booze! Jive along with our fabulous theatrical troupe as they perform classic skits and your favourite toe-tapping fairytale tunes. Arrive in costume if you can, by golden carriage or the Number 70 Bus!"

The event will include all the beer/mimosa/Bloody Marys a Princess can drink, as well as themed entertainment, and a gorgeous brunch menu consisting of eggs Florentine, eggs royale, full English, vegetarian breakfast, or smashed avocado on sourdough toast.

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Honestly, this event sounds like it has been tailored to my needs in every way. 

The event is on April 21st, and tickets cost  £28 (get them here). 

So, if you happen to be hopping over to lovely London for a weekend, don't miss this! 


Is there any better way to spend a Saturday afternoon than brunching with the girls over delicious cocktails? 

It may seem like a bit of a millennial cliché, but hey, we're willing to accept the stereotype if it means our weekends are filled with delicious foods and tipsy chats. 

And now, Dublin's foodie scene just got a whole lot better with the launch of one of the most exciting brunch experiences the city has to offer.


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Ketel One Vodka has partnered with Dublin's popular brunch spot Roberta's, to introduce The Ketel One Brunch, running every Saturday and Sunday from Saturday, March 31. 

Guests can enjoy a mouth-watering selection of cocktails, crafted to pair with hero brunch dishes including a Ketel One & Soda served with orange bitters and a wedge of orange; a scrumptious Espresso Martini and the classic Bloody Mary, as well as three additional Bloody Mary's served with a quirky twist in cucumber and spinach, carrot and ginger and beetroot flavours. 

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And as for the food, Roberta's Head Chef Troy Watson and his team have designed a delicious brunch menu, including the quintessential Eggs Benedist served with Iberico ham, hollandaise and house potatoes, or French toast with bacon and maple syrup. While diners looking for a healthier choice can opt for the fresh fruit bowl, served with mint yoghurt and toasted granola. 

Weekend's just got a whole lot tastier! 

To book Ketel One Brunch @ Roberta’s (no booking fee required), visit www.robertas.ie . 


Boston is like a home away from home for me as I tend to pay it a visit at least once a year! 

It is a city like no other to be honest, with so much going on, while also seeming calm and serene. 

It has all of the benefits of the hustle and bustle of a large city, but there's a sort of 'village vibe' to it at the same time. 


Anyway, if you're lucky enough to be heading across the Atlantic to Boston, you will absolutely have to enjoy at least one amazing brunch. 

So, for you, I have come up with a list of the most divine brunch spots in Boston…

1. Abe & Louie's

The all-American brunch at Abe & Louie's has eggs in every form: omelettes, steak and eggs, or even with crab cakes (we highly recommend the crab, FYI). Not really an egg gal? Well, there are also sandwiches, salads, seafood and so many other delicious options. 

Have to try: The Boylston Breakfast (we're drooling at the thought!) It comes with three eggs, bacon, sausage, and toast … so basically their own twist on a full Irish! Oh, and if you're feeling fancy, give the lobster omelette a whirl, it is outrageous. 


There’s nothing a good brunch cant fix. Especially ours. (served Saturday and Sunday)

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2. The Beehive

The Beehive serves what it describes as 'simple, satisfying, and generous comfort food'. Their amazing kitchen creates scrumptious, moderately-priced fare, with rustic influences from the Middle East, Eastern Europe and America. Oh, and if the food hasn't sold you… Sunday brunch at The Beehive often comes with a side of jazz.

Have to try: the chicken fried steak, it's a real authentic taste of the Deep South! 

3. Lincoln Tavern & Restaurant

If you have a sweet tooth, then this is the spot for you! Lincoln Tavern offers all the delicious brunch treats, like pancakes and waffles, along with the savoury classic. The best part? They don't just do brunch at the weekend, they have a delightful weekday brunch menu! So let's chow down. 

Have to try: the fruity pebble pancakes AND the pumpkin pancakes… because when in doubt, order both!  

4. Mike's City Diner

This is one of those quintessential American Diners that everyone just needs to visit and enjoy! They serve a massive breakfast and brunch menu all day long, with seriously massive portions (seriously, you'll leave FULL!) The best part? The prices are so reasonable, so you'll be able to go all out and order everything that you want! 

Have to try: Mike's famous pilgrim sandwich. WOW! 


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5. Maggiano's

So this is (in my humble opinion) one of the most delicious Italian restaurants in Boston, but their brunch is damn good also. The offer all the wonderful classics, like pancakes, French toast and eggs in all forms. However, they have some pretty unique dishes also, such as the Italian sausage frittata – so good. 

Have to try: the meatball eggs benedict, the most amazing twist on a brunch classic… you won't regret it! 


A toast to French Toast, for making hearts warmer and bellies happier!

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London is bursting with amazing neighbourhoods and exciting boroughs – but our heart certainly lies in Clapham. 

Home to a large number of Irish, Clapham is like a city in itself, with no shortage of bars, restaurants and café. 

One thing we really love about gorgeous Clapham is the brunch – SO many amazing choices. 

Anyway, we decided to do a round up of our favourite brunching spots in this sensational part of London. 

1. Brickwood

Founded in 2013 by Jayke Mangion from Melbourne, Brickwood quickly became one of the most authentic Aussie cafe experiences in London. Quality food, coffee and service sit equally while all pulled together with a cozy feel and great playlist.

Need to try: Native Mushrooms (you won't regret it!)

2. Jack's at the Junction

Jack’s is our favourite local independent café – popular purveyor of posh nosh, good honest grub and classic quick bites to eat since 2010. All of their dishes are specials, from hearty breakfasts, champion baked spuds and proper main plates to their trademark leafy salads and gourmet stacked sandwiches.

You can eat in or take out, either way, a warm welcome awaits just a minute’s walk from Clapham Junction station. Jack’s is the perfect place to catch up with friends, recover from the night before or relax in your lunchtime.

Need to try: the Chorizo Benedict. 

3. The Breakfast Club

The first Breakfast Club to open South of the River is bright and beautiful, having taken inspiration from a 50′s kitchen and an 80′s launderette.

Serving up all day breakfasts from pancakes and Huevos Rancheros to lunch and dinner dishes like salads, fried chicken and waffles, tacos and short rib mac and cheese. Check our their monthly Bingo and Quiz nights! 

Need to try: the PANCAKES (wow).


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4. The Clapham North

Exposed brickwork, booth seating and a newly refurbished outside area, sets the perfect scene whether you are looking to prop up at the bar for a cheeky pint or a space to enjoy a delicious brunch with the gals.

Honest but delicious pub food is served all week with brunch taking centre stage on weekends alongside bloody good Bloody Mary’s, craft beers and cocktails. Sundays are best spent with friends sharing a ‘Swingers Roast’, or why not pre-book a ‘host a roast’ party complete with your very own chef’s hat to take away? 

Need to try: the Breakfast Burrito. 

5. Balans Soho Society

The Balans Soho Society live by the philosophy that too much of a good thing is a good thing, the best plan is no plan and that the pursuit of pleasure is a noble one. Even if the pleasure itself might not be.

Need to try: The Soho Full English.


Any teens of the 00s will know that Mean Girls is an iconic, of the times film from which many epic quotes were spawned. 

Whether you're partial to a sarcastic 'that's so fetch' or a self-indulgent 'is butter a carb?' as you liberally apply buttery goodness to your spuds, there is no question that it is one of the most defining movies of the early millennium. 

Now, a trip to London might be on the cards for Regina George fans, as a Mean Girls Brunch has been scheduled to take place in England's capital city. 

The brunch initiative, which is a massive hit in NYC, sees guest tucking in to a two course brunch and bottomless champagnes, as well as Mean Girls -themed cocktails. 

The cocktail menu includes the the Glen Coco and the Carb-less Butter, but no word yet on their alcoholic make up. 

Guests will even be in with the chance to nab Kady's crown to become Spring Fling King or Queen, which wins you two free cocktails of your choice.

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The brunch will kick off at Floripa, Old Street, London on Saturday, February 3 at noon and runs until 5pm (perfect if you have a curfew like Damien).

There will even be a Burn Book passed around for you get get out any issues you need to vent about.  Maybe lay off calling people fugly sluts though; it's not cute behaviour. 

You can nab tickets to the event right here (four for you Glen Coco, you go Glen Coco).



Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the hangover club. 

A new service is making the lives of those of us who can't drag ourselves to brunch on Sundays so much easier.

No longer will we who value our sleep be deprived of poached eggs and avocado, not on BreakfastMe.ie's watch. 


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Breakfast Me is bringing the brunch and brekkie best from some of Dublin's finest eateries direct to your door. 

Operating from 7am to 2pm, the delivery service works like most food deliver services – you simply input your location and it presents you with a variety of restaurants to choose from. 

Whether you're in the mood for Herbstreet's eggs royale or a breakfast burrito from The Good Food Store, you may never have to get out of bed for a breakfast ever again. 

 As well as providing amazing food, Breakfast Me also has a selection of miscellaneous items available to make that Sunday hangover more bearable. 

Whether you're after Rizla rolling skins, toilet roll, tampons, sellotape, a phone charger or a nice cold Lucozade, they'll bring it right to you. 

The service also delivers snacks such as Tayto, chewing gum, Coke and Malteasers.

If you're someone who hates cooking breakfast on the regular, you can use the service on any given day to avoid liaising with the kitchen appliances. 

You can set up a daily or weekly breakfast delivery too if you're feeling extra notions-y. 

Our hangover feeds will never be the same. 


There's nothing better than sipping on some chilled champagne while getting your hair done for a big night out – glam squad style.

In fact, getting that fresh new haircut is one of the best feelings you can have, and there's only one thing that could improve the entire experience. 

Other than puppies, tucking into a delicious brunch is top of the list.

Now, two of Dublin's creative quarter establishments are coming together to make this dream a reality. 

Brown Sugar, on South William Street, is bringing a breakfast and lunch menu to their clients that would delight even the most particular of foodies.

The menu comes straight from the Fallon & Byrne delicatessen, which has partnered up with the creative salon. 


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Whether you're booked in for a full head of highlights or just a trim of the fringe,  you can now indulge in a selection of gourmet delights.

For breakfast, Brown Sugar offers a choice between some hearty porridge with mixed berries and a healthy granola, fruit and yoghurt selection. 

If you've popped in for an afternoon appointment, the lunch menu offers options for carnivores and veggies alike. 

One of this year's biggest food trends, the Buddah Bowl, is up for grabs, along with a classic Ceasar salad. 

For vegetarians, a Humdinger ciabatta, with goats cheese, pesto and grilled vegetables is the meal of choice. 

Don't fancy a meal? Their complimentary beverages (including Drumshanbo Gunpowder Gin and tonic and chilled Italian Prosecco) are the way to go.

Excuse us, we have an appointment to make. 


Fancy a two-course brunch paired with all the Grey Goose Vodka cocktails your heart desires?

Who are we kidding? – Of course you do!

This weekend, Grey Goose Vodka is teaming up with Mulligan & Haines to Host a series of exclusive events complete with tasty bites and delicious tipples.

Located on Dame Street, Dublin 2, the Ulysses inspired bar will kick off the jam-packed weekend with an after-work party from 5pm – 7pm on Friday, November 24, where staff will provide beautiful canapes and a complimentary Grey Goose cocktail to each guest upon arrival.

Spaces are limited so attendees should RSVP via the bars Facebook event here to avoid disappointment.

The fun continues across the weekend with €7.00 cocktails until 9 pm on Saturday night to get you in the mood for the main event on Sunday.

Taking place from 12-3pm on Sunday, November 26, the exclusive Grey Goose Vodka Brunch if offering guests a two-course meal and bottomless Grey Goose Vodka cocktails for just €25.00.

The brunch menu consists of a variety of scrumptious starters and mains including French onion soup, Smoked duck carpaccio with black cherry chutney, Beef & Guinness Hot Pot and Chicken & Leek Pie.

Tickets are limited and can be purchased by contacting bookings@mulliganandhaines.ie or calling 01 882 4355.


It's always pretty tempting to fall headfirst into a bottomless brunch at the weekend, and if afternoon hangovers are losing their appeal, we have a sensational, thought still slightly boozy replacement to your usual mimosa. 

Rosé  popsicles are here to take over as a fun alternative to cocktails, these tasty iced treats are seriously addictive.

And dare we say, apart from the rosé part, they are *PRETTY* healthy. 

Strawberry rosé popsicles

For 6 popsicles

  • 120ml coconut milk
  • 120ml rosé wine
  • 2 tbsp maple syrup
  • ½ tsp vanilla extract
  • 450g strawberries

Place 300g strawberries in a medium saucepan and cook over low heat for about 10 minutes, mashing regularly with a spoon.

Meanwhile, blend the remaining strawberries with coconut milk, rosé, maple syrup and vanilla. 

Alternatively spoon the strawberry mixture with the coconut mixture in a popsicle mold and freeze overnight.




Eddie Rocket's are now serving  brunch – and we could not be happier about it.

The fast food diner have just unveiled their new menu, with a host of delicious brunch options sure to make any millenials mouth water.

From pancake stacks to avocado toast, there really is something for everyone and with the most expensive dish coming in at €9.50, these tasty treats won't break the bank either.

The new options available include:

  • The Big Breakfast – €9.50

  • Belgian Chocolate & Almond Short Stack – €6.95

  • Bacon & Maple Short Stack – €6.95

  • Sourdough Avocado Toast With Bacon & Egg – €7.95

What's more, the restaurant have added a bacon and avocado chicken or beef burger as well as four new salads in a bid to entice health conscious diners.

They'll also be serving 'veggie frites', or carrot sticks, green beans and courgettes sticks lightly seasoned with garlic and chilli, if you will.

The brunch menu will be served until 4.00pm daily, but many of the other new additions are available all day. 

You can check out the full new Eddie Rocket's menu on their website now.


Hungover brunch is one of life's finest, albeit millennial, pastimes.

But sometimes poached eggs just doesn't cut it, and while you'd love a delicious plate of mashed avo, you're secretly gasping for a slightly less-refined greasy pizza.

Luckily, the hipster food Gods have bestowed a completely delightful frankenfood upon us – the avocado pizza. 


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Realistically there was nothing stopping us topping our pizzas with a bit of avo in the past, but this gourmet version is giving us life. 

The delightful looking flat bread is vegan (of course) so even those on the strictest of lifestyles can enjoy the treat. 

Unfortunately, the amazing avo pizza is currently only available in Kola House, and artisanal eatery based in  NYC.


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However, there's nothing that can stop us from rolling out a home made pizza base, slicing an avocado, and garnishing with olive oil and seeds to create our own slice of the action. 

Imagine the possibilities – we're already dreaming of topping ours with a crumble of goats cheese to add a bit more of a pizza vibe to the hybrid meal. 

Homemade brunch anyone? 

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