Hey there and thanks for checking out to this blog on the best places to eat breakfast in Dublin. By the time you finish reading this you will be ready to rush out the door to eat a tasty meal.
Our opening section will discuss the best all-around brunch and breakfast restaurants in Dublin. Whether you are searching for eggs, omelets, waffles, pancakes, cinnamon rolls, sandwiches, wraps, bacon, sausage, or any other delicious morning meal somewhere on that list should have you covered.
Then we will talk about healthy vegan and vegetarian breakfast options. Donuts, bagels, and bakeries will round out our next few topics.
After all of that is out of the way we will pivot to drinks and discuss local cafes to get your coffee as well as some more healthy stuff like smoothies and juices. Our final section will tell you about the best all day breakfast restaurants near you because this food tastes so great it shouldn’t only be limited to the morning hours.
Throughout the post any time a brunch buffet is available we will try to point that out, and you can also expect there to be a map for your area towards the end to help you find the closest spot. Anyone that is interested is welcome to check out our other posts on this area of the world right there.
Best Breakfast & Brunch Restaurants In Dublin
If you are searching for places to eat your bacon, eggs, waffles, pancakes, omelets, or any early morning delight the best Dublin breakfast and brunch restaurants are a good place to look:
- Brother Hubbard at 153 Capel St
- Keoghs Café at 1 & 2 Trinity St
- Herbstreet at 9 Hanover Quay, Dublin Docklands
- Urbanity at The Glass House, 11 Coke Ln
- ALMA. at 12 S Circular Rd
- Bow Lane Social Club at 17 Aungier St
Brother Hubbard offers seasonal meals, baked goods, coffee, and their famous hot chocolate while Keoghs Cafe has been serving breakfast in your area including pastries, scones, muffins, and coffee for almost 30 years. You can get brunch specialties like pancakes, sandwiches, French toast, eggs, and coffee at Alma.
Vegan & Vegetarian Breakfasts
Want to feel your best throughout the day? Then have your first meal at one of these healthy vegan or vegetarian breakfast spots:
- Cornucopia Wholefoods Restaurant at 19-20 Wicklow St
- Veginity at 101 Dorset St Upper
- Kale+Coco at 18 Grangegorman Lower
- WokeCup Café at 8 Queen St
Cornucopia Wholefoods Restaurant excels at providing vegan entrees, soups, salads, sandwiches, and pastries. Local vegan breakfast, lunch, and dinner are also available at Veginity. Kale+Coco offers catering in addition to being well known for their delectable and nutritious smoothie bowls, nourish bowls, smoothies, and superfood lattes
Donut Shops In Dublin
On the other hand if you just want something that tastes delicious one of these local donut shops should suffice:
- The Rolling Donut at 34 Bachelors Walk
- Offbeat Donut Co at George’s Quay
- The Hot Donut at 6 O’Connell St Upper
Handcrafted sourdough and vegan donuts are sold at The Rolling Donut. Offbeat Donut Co makes some of the best donuts near you along with a fine selection of delectable ice cream cones, ice cream sandwiches, and milkshakes. The Hot Donut makes sweet and savory handcrafted treats with vegan options.
Bagel Shops Near You
You should be able to find a wide variety of bagels and probably some breakfast sandwiches at:
- The Bagel Bar Coffee House at 18 Liffey St. Lower
- Itsa at 1 Middle Abbey St
- Outcasts at Racecourse Carpark, Grange Rd
Some of the freshest filled bagels, salads, soups, coffee, tea, and more are available at Itsa. Outcasts prepares delectable bagels, delicacies, and coffee too.
Bakeries will have many different types of foods that can kick your day off right:
- Mannings at 39/40 Thomas St, The Liberties
- Bread 41 at 41 Pearse St
- The Bretzel Bakery & Café at 1A Lennox St
- Bread Naturally at 10 Main St
- Il Valentino Bakery & Café at Gallery Quay, 5, Grand Canal Dock
Mannings is a bakery and café near you specializing in made from scratch breakfast, lunch, celebration cakes, and other treats from conventional custard cream slices and apple tarts to carrot and chocolate gateaux as well as salads, sandwiches, braises, and roasts. Unique breads, pastries, and custom cakes are available at Bread 41.
Real Bread has sourdoughs, yeasted products, viennoiserie, and many more baked goods. Italian breads, pastries, desserts, and fresh coffees are offered at Il Valentino Bakery and Café.
Cafes In Your Area
Get your caffeine boost when you pick up your coffee at one of these cafes in town:
- The Fumbally at 8 Fumbally Ln, Merchants Quay
- Beanhive Coffee at 26 Dawson St
- The Stage Door Café at Apartment 3, 11 Essex St E
- Kaph at 31 Drury St
The Fumbally is a cafe offering an eclectic menu of healthy dishes and fresh roasted coffee.Beanhive Coffee serves local Irish breakfast, sandwiches, wraps, pastries, and coffees too.
Smoothies & Juice Bars
Usually these smoothie and juice bars will also sell some wraps, sandwiches, bowls, and other healthy food for your morning:
- Jolt Health Bar at 3/4 Crow St The Design House
- The Juicery Dublin at 26 George’s St Arcade
- Green Beards at 23 Dunville Ave
Jolt Health Bar is open at 11am making healthy smoothies, juices, and protein shakes. Don’t forget about the smoothies at Kale+Coco from our best vegan and vegetarian breakfasts in Dublin list.
All Day Breakfast Restaurants
When you want your bacon and eggs later in the day head to an all day breakfast restaurant in Dublin:
- Lemon Jelly Cafe at Millennium Walkway, North City
- One Society at 1 Lower Gardiner St
- Taste Food Company at 39-40 William St S
Local Irish breakfast, brunch, and lunch including sweet and savory crepes, salads, omelets, and ciabattas are served all day at Lemon Jelly Café. You can also have breakfast and brunch all day in your area at One Society, while classic comfort foods and desserts are provided at Taste Cuisine Company.
You are also welcome to read our posts on:
- Bakeries, Bagel & Donut Shops in Belfast
- Bakeries, Bagel & Donut Shops in Edinburgh
- Bakeries, Bagel & Donut Shops in Glasgow
- Bakeries, Bagel & Donut Shops in London
Enjoy Your Breakfast In Dublin
Well, we wish we had more to share but for now that is all we’ve got. After reading about all of those local breakfast spots to get your eggs, omelets, bacon, pancakes, or waffles as well as buffets, healthy vegetarian and vegan options, donut and bagel shops near you, cafes, smoothie and juice bars, and all day restaurants you should be ready for your next meal.
Do us and our future readers a favor by mentioning if we got anything incorrect in the comments, and feel free to share any early morning meal tips for your area that you may have too. Now go have fun enjoying your breakfast in Dublin.