At Bethany Village, dining is an engaging and entertaining social experience. Residents may dine in-room, but most choose to eat in one of our public dining areas and enjoy the communion of friends from across our campus. The personal relationships that form across the table make the Bethany Village community more like a family.
– Eric Williams, Bethany Village Executive Chef
The Fountain Place restaurant provides white tablecloth dining without the need to leave Bethany’s campus. A sophisticated setting and the culinary delights of Executive Chef Eric Williams define Fountain Place. Fountain Place serves residents of the Homestead and Park Ridge Place apartments.
Our largest dining room has been the birthplace of many friendships over the years. Nothing brings people together more than food, and the food at Vista Place represents the apex of nutrition and taste. Vista Place serves residents of the Vista Place apartments and the Pavilion Assisted Living residence.
The newest dining facility on campus features restaurant-style dinning for lunch and dinner in a beautiful and spacious dining room. The dining room is just steps away from the Crescent Crossing movie theater with concessions, and a large worship space with weekly Sunday services.
Sit back with a good cup of coffee and great book, or spend time chatting with visiting loved ones in this quaint café. The Bistro is available to all Bethany residents and is open Monday through Friday. It serves the entire campus as well as employees. Offerings include coffee, pastries, sandwiches, soups and salads, as well as home style meals to go.
We realize that socialization can work wonders for recovery, which is why all of our Rehab Center residents are welcome to eat together in a family dining room that encourages connection and conversation. Rehab Center residents are also welcome to eat in their rooms if they would rather relax.
Residents of Linden House have the option to eat with each other in a community setting. The group-dining environment is designed to help residents make friends and form relationships that improve quality of life. Residents who would prefer to eat privately are welcome to dine in their rooms.
Residents of our memory support center are encouraged to eat together. Forming social relationships can ease the stress of memory-related illnesses, and improve quality of life for residents.