Chicago Tribune: Farm-to-Table Makes Way to Senior Living

It’s not just the New York Times that is picking up on foodie trends in senior living. A report this week in the Chicago Tribune details one dining experience made available by local Presbyterian Homes continuing care retirement communities in the Chicagoland area; namely a farm-to-table approach to their menus.  Senior Housing News has written […]

Dished: Hospitality Meets Senior Living in CCRC Dining Evolution

Photo credit: James Kruml Not all senior living dining programs have the tall order of competing with some of the world’s most renown chefs and restauranteurs. But increasingly, that’s exactly what they are up against as new residents are younger at heart, and with stronger preferences when it comes to dining out. For Chicago’s The […]

Dished: Sushi in Senior Living—and other Fusion Fare

Photo: Tania Tuluie Gone are the days when cafeterias and pre-plated dining made the cut in senior living. Now, in order to stay competitive, providers are incorporating five-star restaurants into their offerings. And that means staying on the cutting edge of all that is offered outside of the community walls. But creating a true restaurant […]

Bringing Ritz-Carlton-Style Dining to Senior Living

For Chicago’s The Admiral at the Lake, a continuing care retirement community located on the city’s north side adjacent to Lake Michigan, its recent re-construction called for taking the community’s dining program not only to a restaurant-style operation, but to one of the best restaurant style operations in the country. It’s a national trend: the […]

Dished: The Mather Brings High-End Dining to Senior Living

Brought to you by the SHN Summit 2014 – The Dished Series is spotlighting the leading and most innovative dining experiences at senior living communities across the country. To sponsor the series or if you think we should feature your community, contact us today by emailing editor [at] What do you get when you mix […]