Top Places To Brunch and Blow Dry

First Blow Dry Then Brunch

Pop into either of our salons first to get some important hair TLC and then discover Dublin’s best brunch!

 15 WICKLOW STREET

15 WICKLOW STREET

Where socialising meets great hair

 16 MERRION ROW

16 MERRION ROW

(All of these places are within walking distance of Dry & Fly to ensure your hair stays perfect!)

San Lorenzos - Georges Street

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2 minutes from D&F Wicklow street and think New York Italian, Nutella Cheesecake and coco pops french toast….opening time…11 o'clock. 11am is the right time to book and the place is always busy!

Brunch is all about good tunes, eating what you want, drinking at breakfast and generally feeling and looking great!

The coffee is superb. The juices are excellent and perfect for a weekend health kick and most of all there is NUTELLA CHEESECAKE.


Taste - South William Street

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Again a two minute stroll from Dry & Fly this is a less noisy music and cocktail place but rather wholesome and hearty Irish Breakfast. Hands down, one of the best breakfast spots without the pumping musics, it does things simple but well and we cannot recommend it enough!


Balfes - The Westbury

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Another popular spot for our lovely clients is Balfes. It has a sophisticated, comfortable feel with a cosmopolitan bar area running the length of the entrance to the larger dining area.

“Balfes is where socialising meets great food”.

Located just off Grafton street, Balfes interior is a fusion between old and new with white painted brick, leather chairs, and granite table tops, combined with crisp monochromes and raw metal ceiling fixtures. The design and overall theme of the restaurant was inspired by a classic French brasserie but given an added New York / LA twist.

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