NY Times: Food Snobbery, Top Chefs Enter Senior Living

Culinary artists, farmers markets and other foodie delights are making landfall in senior living—a trend highlighted this week by The New York Times.

And while fine dining isn’t new to those in the industry, the emergence of upscale food can be attributed to the aging baby boom generation, The New York Times reports.

At The Mather, a continuing care retirement community (CCRC) comprising million-dollar condominiums near Lake Michigan in Greater Chicago, a regular menu can consist of citrus-dressed duck breasts and tomahawk pork chops. 

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