Ireland is a country of farmers, and one thing this has given way to is the traditional Irish farmer’s breakfast created to sustain farm workers for a full day of work. Similar to the typical English breakfast, the Irish breakfast is typically made up of bacon, sausages, baked beans, eggs, mushrooms, grilled tomatoes, hash browns, toast with butter and marmalade, and hot tea – it’s quite a mouthful! What makes it different from a full English breakfast is the addition of drisheen (black or white pudding) and Irish soda bread. This breakfast will keep you going for the rest of the day – perfect to prepare for a long day of exploring Dublin. Old Mill is a great pub to visit for the real deal when it comes to Irish breakfast. Old Mill serves their famous breakfast special from 10:00 until 15:00 every day. You can find this pub in the center of Temple Bar. If you miss out on their iconic breakfast set, you can try out their other specialty dishes like traditional Irish stew, cottage pie and slow-cooked beef. They also have vegetarian options!