Our café became Brother Hubbard South in 2016, having originally opened its doors in 2014 as ‘Sister Sadie’ in response to the demands of Dublin’s south-siders for a Brother Hubbard presence on their side of the Liffey. Located just off Camden Street, one of Dublin's most varied streets, and a mere 10-15 minute walk from the city centre, Brother Hubbard South quickly became a destination for locals and visitors alike who are in search of a warm welcome, interesting coffee and a refreshing, creative and pure approach to food. Whilst sharing the same DNA, Brother Hubbard South is very much an individual, bearing some family resemblance to its longer-established north-side sibling. Open for breakfast, brunch (7 days a week!) and lunch. Occupying a calm spot on leafy Harrington Street, we’ve a large dog-friendly and non-smoking outside seating area, as well as cosy interior – we are available to look after you no matter what the weather (and also available for private parties and events).
We are proudly listed as one of the ‘Top 100 Places to Eat in Ireland’ by McKenna’s Guides for the past several years running. Our cookbook is now available (The Brother Hubbard Cookbook) via our online store.