The 14 Best Places For Bottomless Brunch in Dublin


If you’ve read our list of the 30 best brunch spots in Dublin, you already know there are stellar restaurants for brunch in the city. But did you know that some of these places – and a few others – offer bottomless brunch in Dublin? While we don’t need an excuse for a glass of bubbly at the weekend, bottomless brunch can be the perfect way to start a hen party or engagement do in style, or to take your bridesmaids out to pop the question. You might be thinking – what on earth is a bottomless brunch? This is when a restaurant offers a brunch menu complete with unlimited brunch booze like bloody marys or bellinis, for a fixed price. Yes, unlimited! So to get your weekend started, we’ve put together a list of the 14 best places for bottomless brunch in Dublin. It’s 5 o’clock somewhere!

Calpol cocktail beside a medicine bottle in front of a graphic-print wall

1. Jackie’s

Nothing is better for the soul than a bit of nostalgia, right? Step back in time and have a bottomless brunch to remember at this 90s-inspired pub. €30 will get you 90 minutes of bottomless fun with drinks like mimosas, Lilt cocktails, Aperol Spritz, Sangria and Harp pints, and even a Calpol specialty (yes really!). Fresh wood-fired pizzas from the Dublin Pizza Company will keep the hunger well at bay for an extra €10. There will be plenty to keep you entertained as well with DJs and drag shows!

Saturdays & Sundays | jackies.ie | The Liberties

2. Cleaver East

You’ll feel like you just hopped off the plane in NYC when you dine at Cleaver East. Between the choice of bottomless mimosas or bellinis, you really can’t go wrong at this trend-setting restaurant. Rumour has it’s got a mac ‘n’ cheese ball on their menu, so this is not a spot to miss! You can be sitting and sipping pretty for €19.95 per person.

Saturdays & Sundays (11am – 4pm) | cleavereast.ie | Temple Bar

3. Thundercut Alley

You’ll feel like the coolest kid on the block at Thundercut Alley. From graffiti decor to delicious flatbreads and brunch tacos, Thundercut Alley offers diners a unique atmosphere for bottomless brunch at the weekends and there are three time slots to choose from. Bottomless mimosas cost €26.95 per person and there is a choice of three yummy flavours, cranberry, orange and pineapple. Plus, there are bottomless spirits too which go for €37.95 per person. Brunch dishes are €18.95.

Saturdays & Sundays (11am, 1.15pm and 3pm) | thundercutalley.ie | Smithfield

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4. Platform 61

At Platform 61 you can go where no brunch-goer has gone before: underground! The New York subway-inspired restaurant is the perfect weekend hideaway, but it actually serves bottomless brunch nearly every day of the week. The restaurant was designed to mimic the secret subway platform under NYC’s famous Waldorf Astoria Hotel. With its gorgeous decor, detailed menu, bottomless mimosas, and a fab terrace, you’ll feel like a true VIP. Order a main course and sip to your heart’s content on bottomless mimosas that cost €19.50 per person.

Tuesday to Friday (12pm – 4.30pm) Saturday & Sunday (11am – 5pm) | platform61.ie | South William Street

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5. Doll Society

Get ready to party! Doll Society is the girliest new place in town offering a truly Instagrammable bottomless brunch. What’s cool about this place is that there are themed brunch events and what makes it even cooler is the aesthetic. The restaurant is saturated in pink with neon lights and tinsel walls, there are even disco balls for sharing cocktails. Don’t leave without swinging by the photo booth for perfect polaroids with your gal pals. There is also a hot pink-hued beer garden where you can sip away on delicious cocktails in the sun. The package includes bottomless disco ball cocktails and a brunch main dish for €30.

Saturdays (1pm and 3.30pm) & Sundays (3pm) | @dollsocietybar on Instagram | Francis St

6. Beef and Lobster

Beef and Lobster has an amazing menu filled with, you guessed it, beef and lobster! The menu incorporates the signature style into classic brunch dishes, making this place an absolute must. All the beef is Irish and grass-fed and the native lobster and shellfish are caught in Irish waters. While Beef and Lobster may not be the place for vegetarians, it sure is the place for people who fancy bottomless mimosas and bellinis. The music is loud and the atmosphere is laid-back, so this Dublin bottomless brunch is fancy, yet fun! Wash down a main course with bottomless mimosas or bellinis for €19.95pp but it is worth noting that bottomless cocktails are available for 1hr and 45mins from the beginning of your reservation. There is also a group bottomless brunch available for parties of ten and over. You’ll get two courses for €25pp while 3 courses cost €30pp with bottomless mimosas and bellinis for the same price of €19.95.

Saturdays & Sundays (12pm – 4pm) | beefandlobster.ie | Temple Bar

7. The Revolution

While The Revolution may be better known for its craft beers, it also serves an amazing bottomless brunch with mimosas. The menu will take you across the world, from American-style Pancakes to a fancy full Irish. The restaurant’s relaxed environment makes it a great place to escape on the weekends. You can have as many mimosas as your heart desires for two hours for €17.

Saturdays & Sundays (11am – 4pm) | therevolution.ie | Rathgar

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8. Bow Lane Social Club

At Bow Lane, there are so many drinks options that your head will be spinning before you even hit the booze! With a drinks package including Prosecco, cocktails, beers, and wine picking just one drink here is quite the challenge and then there’s the delicious Caribbean menu. The drinks package is €35 and to avail you must order a main course (priced at €15-20). Bear in mind that there is a service charge of 12.5% added for parties of six and more which goes directly to the lovely staff. The restaurant’s lively vibe, fun events are always impressive (there’s even a bottomless supper!).

Friday (from 2pm) Saturday (from 11am) and Sunday (from 12pm) | bowlane.ie | Aungier Street

The Chelsea Drugstore

9. The Chelsea Drugstore

The bohemian-style cocktail joint is an ideal place for a stylish bottomless brunch. For €45, tuck into a feast of flavour with a main course and unlimited cocktails while the resident DJ spins crowd-pleaser tunes. The cocktail menu is packed with fan-favourite drinks too, including French 75s to Pineapple Margaritas.

Saturdays & Sundays (12pm – 3.30pm *last sitting) | thechelseadrugstore.ie | St George’s Street

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10. Bon Appetit

Another suburban hideaway, Bon Appetit is always changing its menu, but one thing remains: the bottomless brunch. That means you can revisit plenty of times and feel like you’re at a brand-new restaurant. And you can still enjoy your bottomless mimosas or bellinis – it’s a win-win! Cheers to 1 hour and 45 mins of bottomless mimosas or bellinis for 21 a head.

Saturdays & Sundays (12pm – 3pm) | bonappetit.ie | Malahide

Chimac classic burger and frose cocktail

11. Chimac

The best Korean fried chicken in town, hands down, try it served with spring onion kimchi waffles, free-range fried egg and a side of sriracha caramel at the weekend. Insanely good. The Koreans usually like theirs served with a cold beer, which is why they dedicated a whole word to the delicious duo “chimac”. But for brunch, we’re loving it with unlimited frosé for €25, yum!

Sundays (11.30am – 3.30pm) | chimac.ie | Aungier Street & Terenure

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12. The Square Ball

Board game lovers will adore this cosy, quirky pub spot, as there is a selection of classic and modern games and playing cards to choose from as you brunch. For €39, you can go bottomless with a main dish and choose from Prosecco, bellinis, mimosas, Peroni, Cuba Libres or Five Lamps on draught. There’s a great outdoor area for warmer days too.

Saturdays & Sundays (12pm – 4pm) | the-square-ball.com | Hogan Place

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13. Wigwam

This Dublin spot technically doesn’t offer a bottomless brunch, but it’s still a very good deal with food and tipples that is pretty special. For €35, you can choose three delicious cocktails from the menu, including rum mimosas and Cuba Libres! Wigwam is a buzzy weekend spot for brunch, and while you’re there, you can play ping pong or reserve a karaoke room for a particularly boozy version of B*Witched’s C’est La Vie!

Fridays – Sundays (12pm – 5pm) | wigwamdublin.com | Middle Abbey Street

Bobbys Wine & Champagne Bar

14. Bobby’s Wine & Champagne Bar

How do beats, bubbles and bites sound? Like a winning combination, right? This chic and contemporary restaurant is such a gorgeous spot to toast to the weekend. Enjoy bottomless bubbles and wine for 1hr and 45mins with a main of your choice for €37.50.

Saturdays & Sundays (12pm – 4pm) | bobbys.ie | Upper Baggot Street

Hungry for more? Check out our 30 Fave Brunch Spots from Around the Country.



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