Like wearing black, brunching doesn't seem to ever be going our of fashion and when it comes to ‘gram-worthy breakfast-come-lunch dining, few cities are doing it better than Dublin right now. A girl can only snap so much avo toast after all, so keep your feed fresh and get yourself one of these trendy geo-tags ASAP.

We’ve rounded up 3 of the newest brunch spots right now. 

Hang Dai 

Chilli Fried King Prawn, Scrambled Egg & Prawn Crackers might not sound like a typical brunch dish, but the Camden street hotspot is bringing two years of experimenting with Chinese and South East Asian flavours to mix up our more classic brunch options.

Hang Dai will be serving up their asian-influenced brunch from 12pm–3.45pm, starting on Saturday September 1st, so book it now. 

Brunch traditionalists will be glad to know that the less-than-typical menu will come with more familiar cocktail list featuring Mimosas, Bloody Marys and Bellinis.

Veginity 

The Veginity craze has already swept through Dublin from their weekly themed menus and much-loved food truck at Eatyard and now, the Dorset Street plant-based restaurant will bring vegan brunch to the city.

Can you think of a better way to start a weekend than their hand-crafted slow fermented cinnamon buns and a strong coffee? We still haven't seen the full brunch  menu posted yet, but we'll certainly be keeping a keen eye on their page. 

Veginity's brunch runs Thursday to Saturday 10am–3pm and it's first in, first serve.

Tang 

The healthy café is a very popular spot amongst foodies in Dublin and whether you're more of a savoury or sweet brunch person, Tang has got you covered. The original is on Dawson Street, but they've opened a sister store just this week on Abbey St. and it look equally delicious. 

From sensational pancakes to comforting shakshuka, their menu meets all asks and now you won't even have to cross the Liffey, be you a Northside or Southside brunch-enthusiast! 

Check it out and brighten up your Saturdays from 10am - 4pm. 

Now, to just choose one! 

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