Dining at The Cohen Home surpasses all expectations of food service at an assisted living community. We understand sharing stories and creating memories during and after meals are part of our rich tradition. We make each mealtime special by offering delicious chef-prepared entrees and a wide variety of every day menu options. From customized omelets to soup du jour, our chef takes the time to visit with residents during each meal to ensure everyone has a satisfying dining experience.
In our spacious yet cozy dining room, residents enjoy three kosher-style meals and partake in plenty of snacks throughout the day and evening so families feel confident their loved one is eating regularly and enjoying meals with friends. In addition, our chef prepares wonderful feasts for holidays and Shabbat dinners, monthly theme nights, birthdays and other celebrations.
Each month residents and their families look forward to our Theme Night dinners. Our chef and activity director work together to create a memorable evening filled with delicious food and great entertainment. Past theme nights include Casino Night, Harvest Hoedown, Hollywood and Hawaiian Luau. After dinner, many families stay for our bi-monthly caregiver support group. Please visit our photo gallery to see pictures from recent Theme Night dinners.
Shabbat and Holiday Dinners
Each Friday, residents participate in a traditional Shabbat dinner with singing, challah, candle lighting and blessings. On other holidays such as Thanksgiving and Passover, residents and their families enjoy a spectacular feast, creating and sharing memories with new friends and enjoying the camaraderie that emanates from The Cohen Home family. Please visit our photo gallery to see pictures from some of our holiday dinners.
Additional Dining Services
Special Diet Management
We will customize mealtime offerings to meet specific dietary requirements. Whether it is low sodium, diabetic, mechanically soft, gluten free or another theraputic diet—our nurses and chef work together to ensure we provide delicious meals appropriate for each resident.
At the Cohen Home, we do not ever serve pork or shellfish, and we regularly feature blintzes, lox, matzoh ball soup, brisket, challah and other delicious Jewish comfort food. We do our best to customize a dining experience respectful of personal levels of observance.
Pathways Neighborhood Dining
For residents requiring maximum assistance at mealtimes, the family-style dining area in our Pathways Neighborhood offers a more intimate setting so residents can eat at their own pace with minimal distractions.
For residents recovering from an illness or recent hospital stay, we offer room service to help residents regain strength by maintaining healthy eating habits.