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A tour through Morrison Living’s Hoosier Village multi-platform dining space

Hoosier Village senior community’s recent dining space transformation produced a new casual bistro, a grab and go market and a bar area in one footprint that also incorporates the pre-existing traditional dining room.

Begun two years ago but not opened until early this year, the transformation of the dining space at Hoosier Village senior living community in Indiana converted what had been a traditional, inflexible and mostly outdated dining room into a multi-platform area that provides all-day service with options ranging from casual sit-down dining at the Green Onion bistro, all-day grab and go from a market area, a social space for driks and shareable appetizers and tapas in the Pullman Bar and formal dinner service in a revamped dining room.

The changes were overseen by the management company that operates dining for the community, Morrison Living, and incorporates Morrison concepts like its Jack and Olive line of grab-and-go packaged sandwiches, salads and desserts produced in a nearby company commissary.

Here is a photographic look at the dining platforms…

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