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Programs & Services
At Home Dining
Meal preparation can become tedious and more difficult as we get older, yet good nutrition is very important at all ages. As part of our efforts to provide services to people out in the community that enable them to stay in their homes longer, At Home Dining offers a wide selection of nutritious kosher entrees and ala carte items for home delivery or pickup. From simple salads to elegant fish, meat or chicken entrees, we provide a delicious alternative to home preparation of meals. Please call to find out today’s specials.
Orders may be placed between the hours of 11:00 am and 3:00 pm. Lunch orders may be picked up at The Summit at Brighton. Free home delivery for dinners is available Monday-Friday, within a 5-mile radius from The Summit. Orders for same day delivery must be placed by 4:00 pm.
Catering or larger group orders must be placed 5-7 business days in advance of your event and availability should be confirmed via phone.
For more information or to place your order, fill out the form below or call (585) 341-2320.
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