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Le Drunch - The Marker's Late Lunch

Sunday mornings are for sleeping, Sunday afternoons should be for eating, misbehaving just a little bit more before going back to work and the healthy eating that comes with Monday – Friday life. Decisions, decisions…go out for dinner, go out for lunch, can’t decide? The concept of Le Drunch is the latest food trend to emerge from Paris. As a later alternative to brunch, Le Drunch has been taking fashionable Parisian foodies by storm in the last few months. We’re bringing a new experience to the Dublin dining scene.

Our restaurant in Grand Canal Square, The Brasserie at The Marker Hotel is delighted to host Le Drunch each Sunday from 2pm – 5pm. A hybrid between lunch and dinner, Le Drunch is the perfect way to share delicious dishes, retro desserts and to grab a Bloody Mary (or two!) with a group of friends. To keep the fun vibe alive we have our in-house DJ spinning some laid back, ambient music.

Our executive chef, Gareth Mullins has put together an incredibly moreish menu that will transform your Sunday and put Le Drunch at The Brasserie at the centre of your Sunday ritual. The menu includes a variety of the good stuff, the comforting stuff, the pick me ups and some irresistible sides, we warn you making a decision will not be easy! The Le Drunch drinks menu includes the classic Bloody Mary cocktail, peach and strawberry Bellini, and passion fruit and mango smoothies. Comfort food on the Le Drunch menu includes huevos rancheros, a scrumptious John Stone 8oz rib eye steak, black pudding croquettes and mouth-watering pulled pork. There is also a selection of dishes to share including a selection of Italian cured meats; chipotle spiced chicken wings, and slow-cooked sticky beef ribs.

Le Drunch is the perfect way to while away a lazy Sunday afternoon, whether it is with a group of friends or just the two of you, The Brasserie has open spaces and private booths so all you need to do is book.

To view our Le Drunch Menu please click here *warning you will want it all* 

To view our Le Drunch Beverage Menu please click here

To book for your Le Drunch experience please email our team on bookyourtable@themarker.ie , or alternatively phone our Brasserie team on 01-6875193.



The Marker Hotel, Grand Canal Square, Docklands, Dublin 2, D02 CK38, Ireland
T: +353 (0) 1 687 5100E:info@themarker.ie