Have Lunch at a Dining Site
Enjoy lunch with old friends or meet new friends. Dining Sites are places in Brown County where persons can have a nice lunch and enjoy some great company!
You are welcome to have lunch in your building or at the dining site nearest you. Stop by with friends before or after events, programs, and classes at the ADRC! Here are the days & times when meals are offered:
Reservations & Cancellations
- ADRC Downtown Green Bay location (300 S. Adams St.): Monday-Friday, 11:00am-12:30pm
- Denmark Senior Center (141 Highridge Ave.): Monday-Friday, 11:00am-12:00pm
- Fort Howard Apartments (141 N. Chestnut): Tuesday & Wednesday, 11:30am
- All other locations serve meals Monday-Friday, 11:30am
No Reservations required at the ADRC Downtown or Denmark sites.
All other locations reservations and cancellations are required by 11:00 a.m. one weekday in advance. Phone numbers for each site are listed below.
Meals are available to anyone at full cost. Full cost is posted at each site. Funding requirements limit participation at a donation rate to persons age 60 or older or whose spouse is under age 60, or to persons under age 60 if they eat at a site where they live. If you are under age 60, have a disability, and wish to dine at an AddLife Center Dining Site at a donation rate, you will need an approved waiver. Call the dining site for more information about applying for a waiver.
What's for Lunch?
Meals are required to meet specific nutritional guidelines for a general diet and are reviewed by a Registered Dietitian. They are delicious and good for you, too. Get some variety in your meals. Come to a dining site and eat with friends.
Menus can be downloaded from the Monthly Menu button at the top of the page.
It's more than Just a Meal!
The ADRC wants you to help you be heathy. To do that, we provide the following services to support you:
Nutrition Education - Information about good nutrition, recipes, safe food storage, food & drug interactions, and much more are a regular part of the ADRC nutrition program. Every person who participates at a dining site fills out a short evaluation tool to help them identify if they are at low, medium or high nutritional risk. It's a great way to see how you can improve your eating or exercising habits or to reinforce your healthy lifestyle.
Eastside Green Bay Locations:
Aging & Disability Resource Center (ADRC)
300 S. Adams Street (920) 448-4300
No Reservevations Required
400 N. Monroe
Reservations call: (920) 437-9553
2900 Curry Lane
Reservations call: (920) 593-3564
Westside Green Bay
1424 Admiral Court
Reservations call: (920) 492-4991
130 Badger Lane
Reservations call: (920) 494-2060
Fort Howard Apartments
141 North Chestnut
Serving Tuesday & Wednesday only
Reservations call: (920) 448-4544
Other Brown County Meal Sites
De Pere Community Center
600 Grant Street, De Pere
Reservations call: (920) 983-1675
Denmark Senior Center
141 Highridge, Denmark (920) 863-8097
No Reservations Required
Pulaski Adult Activity Center
430 S. St. Augustine, Pulaski
Reservations call: (920) 822-8100
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Food & General Nutrition Resources
- Eat Right! ADRC Nutrition Education Presentations
Enjoy healthy living with the ADRC of Brown County! Attend free, monthly nutrition presentations from a registered dietician. All presentations open to the general public. No registration required.
- Community Resource Database 211
An online resource database developed and maintained through a partnership between the Aging & Disability Resource Center and Brown County United Way. It allows you to search for services, 24 hours a day via the internet. Searches are based on key words or on programs if you know the name of the organization or agency.
- Food Resources Booklet
Booklet with information about pantries, community meals, food share (food stamps) and other programs that provide food assistance.
- Brown County Food Resources- Spanish (Despensas de Alimentos en el condado de Brown)
Spanish- A booklet with information about pantries, community meals, FoodShare and other programs that provide food assistance. (Un recurso con información sobre despensas de alimentos, comedores comunitarios, FoodShare y otras programas que proveen la asistencia de comida.)
- Choose MyPlate New Dietary Guidelines
Website: A whole new way to "visualize" a healthy diet. My Plate replaces the old food pyramid dietary guidelines. Website is packed with information about portion size, food choices and guidelines for children and adults of all ages. Tool to create an personalized eating plan.
- Super Tracker My Food My Fitness My Health
USDA Website where you can set up your own personalized nutrition and physical activity plan. Track your eating and physical activity and get great tips and support to help you make healthier choices. FREE!
- Celiac Disease National Institute of Health (NIH)
Website with information about celiac disease
- Savor Wisconsin
Online database of Wisconsin food products and services. Select the Farmers Market tab to search for markets in your area. Other searchs include by foods or business name to find Wisconsin producers and seller sources.