Homestead Village offers formal dining service at dinner

Residents continue to like a more formal dining option, so Homestead Village offers that service at dinner.

Homestead Village offers multiple dining options to meet changing demographic desires

As boomers age into retirement communities, a shift in dining is taking place.

Senior dining is being reinvented—and with good reason.

Homestead Village in Lancaster, Pa., is the perfect example. In 2013, Homestead overhauled its main dining room to meld the desires of its two biggest resident groups: baby boomers and the Silent Generation. With the help of its foodservice provider, Cura Hospitality, Homestead spent $150,000 and was able to create a space that offers casual table service for breakfast, a casual food court for lunch and formal table service

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