Places to Go! Less formal, more casual bistro settings “The expectation of residents is different now,” says Barbara chappetta, RD, LDN, corporate director of culinary and nutrition services for AcTS Retirement-Life communities. “There was a time when seniors were happy to eat in a large formal dining room. But now, they want a more intimate, less formal bistro setting. They want it to be a gathering place.” New “third places” are also cropping up, resulting in more dining venue options ...
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