Rialto's Executive Chef, Ryan Fichter, Lists 5 Must-try Dishes For Brunch, The Weekends Most Important Meal

Breakfast, inarguably is the most important meal of the day, it becomes an instant celebration in the form of the weekend brunch. As we head into the stressful holiday season, what better way to enjoy this repast than to have someone else make if for you, and if that someone is the staff at Georgetown's newest Italian eatery, Rialto, you can't go wrong.

Diners can enjoy brunch at Rialto on Saturday and Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The restaurant will be serving delicious brunch selections to satisfy the most discerning patrons and palettes. "From creative egg dishes to morning libations, we want to allow our customers to have the perfect start to a weekend morning," says executive chef Ryan Fichter."Sleep in a little later than usual, take your time, and head over to Rialto for the pleasure of having our staff pamper you," he says.

So whether you are looking for a holiday stress reliever, want to celebrate the season, or just wish to enjoy having someone else take care of you on a weekend morning, Rialto is the perfect solution. Here are 5 must-try brunch dishes at Rialto:

� Cocktails. Start off your morning with one of our refreshing cocktails. Rialto offers San Marco, our signature Limoncello, Bellini's, Bloody Mary's and more!

� Eggs. Try the "Georgetown," a Rialto original, comprised of poached eggs, fried polenta, asparagus and Hollandaise.

� Omelets. Try the "Rialto Omelet," made with farm fresh eggs, saut�ed shrimp, fresh tomato and Mascarpone.

� Seafood. Start the morning with Branzino and Rucola Salad, seared Branzino Baby Arugula Pears and Walnuts Tossed in a Balsamic Dressing.

� Pasta. For those who aren't breakfast lovers, the ravioli is the perfect choice. A classic Italian dish, Ravioli Al Formaggi, is a homemade cheese ravioli with a sage butter sauce.

Rialto is the third restaurant opened by entrepreneurs Ben Kirane, and Moe and Joe Idrissi. Located in the heart of Georgetown at 2915 M Street NW, Rialto offers world-class Italian food in an upscale atmosphere. The d�cor is unique, custom made, and most of the items have been imported from Europe. The restaurant features partially open kitchens, fresh pasta, imported specialty ingredients, fresh seafood, and a cheese counter. To learn more, visit the site at: www.RialtoDC.com.


Kelly Morrison
Cher Murphy PR