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Best place for breakfast near Dublin Convention Centre

Best place for breakfast near Dublin Convention Centre

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Posted Thu 8 Aug 2019 8:41 AM
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I'm looking for a place for breakfast near to the Dublin Convention Centre, ideally not a hotel.  Let me know if you have any recommendations.  Thanks in advance.
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Hello Karen,

It's so lovely to hear you'll be visiting Dublin soon!

Regarding a recommendation for a breakfast place, I'd def suggest for you to check out the Natural Bakery. A wee place that makes great breads and pastries daily, from scratch and with top quality ingredients. Best part is that, it's about a 6 minute walk from the Convention Centre. A wonderful choice located right on North Dock!

Be sure to check this link for more coffee, delicatessen and bakery options in Dublin!

Have a lovely day and enjoy your visit! :)

Romina

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Oh there's loads!! I'd cross the Samuel Beckett bridge to Sprout & Co or Herb St. A 5 min walk and well worth it! Lovely food options over around the Grand Canal Square area. KC Peaches is totally fab and Il Valentino too - both are 10 minutes away, again, across the bridge. Enjoy, Áine xx 
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I worked in Grand Canal Dock for a few years (stone's throw from the Convention Centre).

Towards the end of my time there a place called nutbutter opened.

It was expensive, but the porridge/oatmeal they made was AMAZING!

I'm pretty sure if you get in before 11 they have some 2.50 coffee deal, also.

It's a handy place to work from as well. 

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