Restaurant style dining at GrandvueRestaurant Style Dining

Restaurant Style Dining maximizes choice for Elders by allowing them to choose what they want to eat, when they want to eat it. Structured meal times have been eliminated, allowing Elders to dine as they please or catch up with friends over a cup of coffee and a piece of pie.

Chef's special at GrandvueElders are greeted by a server, presented with a menu and treated as a restaurant patron. Menus change seasonally, and a chef’s special is available every day. Care partners are always available to help assist and guide in the ordering process.

Dining rooms feature china plates and coffee cups, water goblets, cloth napkins and centerpieces to add to the restaurant ambiance. Restaurant Style Dining empowers Elders to make choices in real time. The more Elders are active in this process, the more independent they become at making decisions that impact other areas of their lives.

Families are always welcome to dine at Grandvue. Meal vouchers can be purchased from the receptionist or dining room server, and cost includes soup or salad, entrée, beverage and dessert.

 

Executive Chef Andy Carlson, Dining Services Director

Executive Chef at Grandvue

Executive Chef Andy Carlson came to Grandvue in August 2012 with over 28 years of culinary experience in healthcare and fine dining establishments.  Chef Andy has a passion for cooking from scratch and a dedication to superior mealtime service.