Pleasing those who eat to live, live to eat, and everyone in between.
When your Lifestyle Director has a master’s degree in nutrition, it’s anything but “business as usual” in the kitchen. So whether you’re the active adult who eats light or like a lumberjack, you’ll find favorites on the menu that always includes something new and delightful (such as The Arbor Nutty Salad), plus a dozen entrees (not including pastas and burgers), 17 sides, and a half-dozen desserts. In an unexpected word for a retirement community, “Yum!”
The same creative, can-do spirit is true of both our bistro and dining room. Once a month, for instance, Muffins with Managers provides an opportunity for open communications and ideas for meaningful improvement. Quite a few members of our wait staff are A&M students, earning their way and gaining valuable service experience, who are entertaining as well as extremely attentive. And every Friday morning, armfuls of fresh flowers are delivered for the residents’ flower arranging classes that provide our table centerpieces.
The Bistro is such a social hub that we’re expanding it to accommodate the Howdy Hour crowd. And speaking of popular, the private dining area is a lovely place to host family gatherings whenever folks come from out of town and you’d like to go someplace special but not public, someplace delicious but not crowded, someplace just for you.
When you come for a visit, you’re certainly invited for lunch, dinner — or both. How better to ascertain the flavor of Arbor Oaks? (Oaky, with a lingering finish of friendship.)