A panseared tuna plate shows the elegance of dining at Mather

A pan-seared tuna plate shows the elegance of dining at Mather.

Senior momentum

Fine dining venue or senior living café? Increasingly, it’s hard to tell the difference.

You could say senior dining has come of age. Baby boomers who cherish their fresh herbs, free-range chicken and organically grown carrots will not have to surrender their contemporary tastes when they arrive at senior living facilities in full force over the next decade. They’ll find chefs with roots deep in the hospitality world taking over the kitchens and stirring up senior appetites with today’s highest profile trends—organic, locally sourced, healthier, fresher.

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