Seasonal changes are welcoming us back to the places and people we’ve been missing. There’s a lot of catching up to do and brunch marks the perfect occasion. Read on to see why Gourmet Grilled Cheese is poised to become part of the ‘new normal’ for Sunday Brunch.
There’s no need for Brunch to be half as bourgeoise or exclusive as Hollywood or Instagram Influencers make it out to be. With respect, there will always be a conventional call for eggs benedict, fruit salad, mimosas, and bloody marys over waspy gossip and white linen tablecloth – and for others still, sausage and eggs with rustic toast and biscuits in cast-iron. But why not switch up Sunday Brunch or lunch with a culinary classic done right.
This looks like a job for gourmet Grilled Cheese by Dublin’s own Golden Brown.
When it comes down to it, it’s all about good food in good company. Golden Brown drops the pretense and takes brunch back to basics with gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches. Fresh local ingredients and specialty Italian imports have made Golden Brown the unconventional Sunday Brunch favourite at Marlay Park Market and farmers markets across the Dublin and Wicklow communities. Offering tasty toastie variations to please any palate.
Local Pride in the Best Produce with Top-Quality Italian Imports
Golden Brown blends the very best local ingredients and produce – like Dublin’s award-winning Bretzel Bakery Sourdough bread, Brandon Vale Farm Red Cheddar from the hills of West Cork, and Irish Farmhouse Sliced Ham – with thoughtfully sourced Italian specialties – like Genovese Basil Pesto, high quality Mozzarella, and Nduja Sausage. It’s a mouthful.
The New Normal for Sunday Brunch
- Classic – Classic cheese mix
- Italian – Genovese Basil Pesto, Mozzarella, Sweet Tomato Relish.
- Ham ‘N’ Cheese – Farmhouse Sliced Ham, Brandon Vale Red Cheddar, Mozzarella, Caramelized Red Onion Marmalade, Greens.
- The G.O.A.T – Genovese Basil Pesto, Verdepascolo Mozzarella, Sweet Tomato Relish
- ‘Nduja Love Me – Nduja spreadable sausage, Verdepascolo Mozzarella, Roasted Red Peppers, Balsamic Glaze, Boyne Valley Honey, Fresh Wild Rocket.
- Spicy Vegan – Vegan Cheese Mix, Vegan Mayo, Jalapeños, Sriracha Hot Sauce.
It’s the Time of the Season
Chalk it up to Millenials and GenZ being natural-born multi-taskers, but younger generations have co-opted and redefined the breakfast-lunch combo known as ‘Brunch’ on their terms. Listen up because this is the future. Visit us at Marlay Park Market on Sundays or check our Instagram and Facebook pages for pop-up locations across Dublin and Wicklow. And never forget, our site has all the drool-worthy details you need to find yourself a tasty toastie for the best low-key Sunday Brunch in Dublin.