1st July 2022

Best Brunches in Belfast One

Start your weekend right with this epic list of the best brunches in Belfast City Centre.

From waffles and pancakes, to fry ups and eggs every which way, Belfast City Centre offers an impressive range of Instagram-worthy brunches.

Belfast’s impressive food scene provides ample options for enjoying a delicious brunch, with the city’s centre showcasing some of the best places to indulge in the famous breakfast/lunch hybrid.

Let us guide you to the best restaurants and cafe’s in Belfast One for a kick-ass weekend brunch in our city, from alco-friendly bottomless brunches to traditional Northern Irish fry-ups, Belfast One’s food scene offers something for everyone to enjoy!

Linen Hall Cafe

In the heart of Belfast City Centre is where you will find this brunch gem! Housed in the oldest library in Belfast, the Linen Hall Cafe is a family run cafe which boasts an impressive décor alongside a delicious all day menu.  Offering their twist on home cooked traditional Irish dishes alongside more modern brunch favourites and an array of plant based options, the Linen Hall Cafe is one of Belfast’s brunch spots which is not to be missed!

linenhallcafe | 17 Donegall Square North, Belfast BT1 5GB

Maggie Mays

The go-to spot for breakfast on a budget, the infamous Maggie Mays is one of Belfast’s most beloved weekend brunch spots. The local family-run chain offers an array of yummy brunch options, from a generous Ulster fry to their epic milkshakes and artisan coffees. With an impressive selection of both vegan and vegetarian options, you will be sure to find something for everyone to enjoy at Maggie Mays!

maggiemaysbelfast | 44 Castle St, Belfast BT1 1HB

Revolution De Cuba

Located in the heart of Belfast City Centre, Revolution De Cuba offers a brunch experience like no other! This vibrant Cuban-themed venue offers a mouth watering selection of tasty tapas and a brunch menu that will be sure to leave you feeling satisfied! Whether you kickstart your weekend with some classic brunch dished or the the party started early with their bottomless brunch which includes prosecco, daiquiris, and an array of Cuban cocktails, you will be sure to have an enjoyable dining experience at Revolution De Cuba!

revoluciondecuba.com | 25-39 Arthur St, Belfast BT1 5AR

Bob & Berts

Just a stones throw away from the City Hall, Northern Ireland’s signature cafe chain Bob & Bert’s is a beloved brunch favourite in the city. Serving up its speciality coffee, delicious cakes and a tasty brunch menu, Bob & Berts offers something for everyone to enjoy at a great value. Treating yourself to a scrumptious brunch at the weekend has never sounded so good at this City Centre hotspot!

Bobandberts | 57 Fountain St, Belfast BT1 5EB