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The Best Places to Enjoy an Irish Breakfast in Dublin, Ireland

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Updated: 27 October 2017

A trip to Ireland is incomplete without a full Irish breakfast. The meal generally consists of bacon, sausages, black-and-white puddings, eggs, baked beans, a grilled tomato and toast. We explore the best places to find a delicious breakfast in Dublin.

Queen of Tarts

Queen of Tarts’ hearty breakfast is not to be missed. The pastry shop’s savory meals are worth taking time out of your busy Dublin day to enjoy. The hearty breakfast, as it’s called on the menu is a perfect way to begin your morning. Consider accompanying this delicious meal with some of Dublin’s best tea.

Queen of Tarts, Cows Lane, Dame Street, Dublin 2, Ireland, +353 1 633 4681

The Hearty Breakfast | © Mary Sheehan

The Hearty Breakfast | Courtesy of Mary Sheehan

The Hairy Lemon

While the doors to the famous Hairy Lemon open at 11.30am, their traditional Irish breakfast is served all day. It comes complete with your choice of fried or scrambled eggs. The Hairy Lemon is located next to the lovely St Stephen’s Green, which makes for an excellent outing on a sunny day.

The Hairy Lemon Pub, Stephen Street Lower, Dublin 2, Ireland, +353 1 671 8949

The Bald Barista

The Bald Barista cafe is located just outside Dublin’s city center, a few minutes walk from both Grafton Street and St Stephen’s Green. With indoor and outdoor seating and a calming atmosphere, the Bald Barista is a perfect, inexpensive place to enjoy a truly Irish meal. The staff are helpful, speedy and friendly, and will ensure a pleasurable dining experience.

The Bald Barista, 68 Aungier Street, Dublin 2, Ireland, +353 86 312 9980

The Bald Barista Full Irish | © Mary Sheehan

The Bald Barista Full Irish | Courtesy of Mary Sheehan | Courtesy of Mary Sheehan

The Bakehouse

The Bakehouse proudly serves brunch daily and includes a full Irish breakfast on the menu. Referred to as the Bakehouse grill, their variation of the full Irish breakfast includes all the staples and goes well with any of their delicious coffees and teas. Overlooking the River Liffey, the Bakehouse is a well-decorated, adorable cafe.

The Bakehouse, 6 Bachelor’s Way, Dublin 1, Ireland, +353 1 873 4279

Treat yourself to some lovely food with some lovely people this weekend 😋 nothing beats homemade!

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