Our residents enjoy all that our culinary team has to offer, from All Day Dining to priority reservations at our Holden Frost House with distinctive dining. Free continental breakfast is a daily crowd favorite, and with our “Good to Go” program residents can have a delicious chef-prepared meal delivered straight to their front door when requested.
What time is dinner? . . . “Whenever you choose.”
The All Day Dining Program is a unique concept designed to provide our residents the freedom of choice with options like breakfast for dinner or lunch at 2 pm rather than noon. Whether you are an early riser or late sleeper, our All Day Dining offers the flexibility to choose what works best for you. All Day Dining features an alternate menu of choices that may include the main entrée of the day, breakfast items, soups, salads, sandwiches, etc.
Located in the Maine Lodge, the Sebasco Dining Room offers restaurant-style dinner six nights a week for residents, their families and guests. Brunch is served on Sundays and most holidays. Executive Chef Chris Toole, a native Mainer, and his staff do all they can to make the entire experience a pleasant one. We believe each meal is an opportunity to be social and entertained and to discover nutritious, flavorful choices.
Experience distinctive dining every other Friday night in the historic Holden Frost House This elegant dining room offers upscale four-course meals, complete with two glasses of featured wines. Holden Frost features two seatings (6 pm and 7 pm) every other Friday night by reservation. This venue also hosts wonderful private dining events and community gatherings.
Enjoy the culinary delights of The Highlands right in the comfort of your own home! Good to Go offers home delivery Monday through Saturday evenings and Sunday afternoon. Our Good to Go dinner menu features a choice of entrée with soup or salad, two sides, and a dessert, or for a simpler meal, choose an entrée from our Lighter Fare Good to Go Menu. Orders should be placed 24-hours in advance.
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