Imagine a world where you can make your own sangrias and have as much as you want, and be fed the freshest of foods. Or imagine no further, because that world already exists. Over at the Nile Ritz-Carlton’s Culina, they added a new green twist to their Friday Brunches where they will be bringing the farm to your table.

‘Farm to Table’ is a concept which Culina has been working on in support of the local produce and the health-conscious. Every Friday, expect to find an array of the freshest looking vegetables for your meals and—wait for it—your drinks!

The venue looks like a picture out of a magazine; the setting is simple, natural, and rustic with a modern twist.

Our favorite part about this ‘Farm to Table’ Friday Brunch is the drinks bar they have set up. You can make your own mimosas, sangrias and bloody mary’s, and the only thing you’d have to worry about is how long you can keep up with this all-you-can-drink offer. 

The Nile Ritz-Carlton's very special Italian restaurant Vivo will also be a part of this green initiative, offering a new menu that includes organic and vegetarian foods for the green-lovers. If you've already been there, you might be familiar with the aromatic Italian flavors that tickle your senses; in addition to that menu, Vivo's Italian chef Carmine de Luggo will be bringing an organic cuisine from Italy all the way to the table.

We can finally meet our health goals at Culina’s ‘Farm to Table’ Brunch and Vivo while getting the efficient level of nutrients that we need, and generally making healthier choices. Every season, the two restaurants will be revamping their ingredients to suit the seasonal fruits and vegetables, so we will. Not. Be bored.

In addition to the food at Culina, there will be live jazz music and entertainment for the kids, who will also have their own special buffet set up so that everyone can feel comfortable and in place.

Friday Brunch at the Nile Ritz-Carlton’s Culina will be held every Friday from 1 PM to 5 PM.

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