You have made it….it’s officially creeping that step closer to the WEEKEND!!
Some of you fortunate lot will be gearing up for Electric Picnic (music and arts festival in Co. Laois for those of you not from Ireland) and those who couldn’t nab yourself tickets are probably mulling over how to spend this coming weekend……
I may just have found the perfect solution for you! With Irish weather predicting to hit hurricane levels this weekend (wellies are flying off the shelves) an indoor activity seems like the most viable option.
How does a brunch with unlimited booze in the heart of Temple bar sound to you? Pretty darn good right!
I had a taster of my first boozy brunch two weekends ago with one of my besties Karen and I want to share this wonderful discovery with you guys. This is also one to put on the list for anyone visiting Ireland’s capital city in the near future.
What is a boozy bottomless brunch?
Some say brunch is the best meal of the day and when you add endless Bellini’s (prosecco and peach puree) and Mimosas (prosecco and orange juice) to the scene, well brunch just got a whole lot frigging better!! Quite frankly I don’t know where bottomless brunch has been all my life but I’m going to DEMAND it’s a daily essential from here on in! Who’s with me?
Where to have the best boozy brunch in Dublin?
Cleaver East is a brunch club at its finest. They have mastered the fine art of serving mouthwatering dishes accompanied by endless Mimosas. Yes you should leave work right now and get the hell over there! Just to add to the whole awesomeness of your liquid brunch the food here is created by Michelin star chef Oliver Dunne (this guy knows his stuff).
The quirky décor inside the place is nothing short of beautiful, staff are super friendly and they have some seriously on point signage for the ladies to pose with (bitches and hashtag overload). Its true what they say..bitches really do love brunch!!
You can have endless Mimosa’s for €15.00 pp or a two course meal and endless Mimosa’s for €30.00. I highly recommend the food though (especially there eggs for starters and chicken on waffles for main).
Have your brunch here from 12.00 to 5.00 Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Make a reservation for brunch firstname.lastname@example.org or just pop in and grab a table. Cleaver East is located at 6 Essex St, Dublin 2(beside Temple Bar).
Disclaimer- I am not turning into some kind of foodie where I will display endless pictures of meals and talk about how much I eat my body weight in food( I do weight ten stone would you believe).
This is me merely sharing the BEST boozy brunch experience to brighten any rainy day to come in Dublin!! You can thank me later!