Enjoy lunch with old friends or meet new friends. Community Cafe (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 Community dining site nearest you. Stop by with friends before or after lunch to participate in events, programs, and classes at Grounded Cafe at the ADRC and De Pere Community Centers!
Click this ADRC Magazine Link for up to date information (scroll down to find and read the ADRC magazine).
Reservations & Cancellations
No Reservations required at the ADRC Grounded Cafe.
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:
Get Healthy with Good Nutrition Lunch & Learn offered at Community Dining sites. Up to date topics and tips to help you get healthier with good nutrition. Check the links below for a flyer with dates and topics for the site nearest you.
Every person who enjoys meals 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:
ADRC Grounded Cafe 300 S. Adams Street (920) 448-4303
No Reservations Required
Monday - Friday 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
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.
Brown County Food Resources Booklet with information about pantries, community meals, food share (food stamps) and other programs that provide food assistance.
Choose MyPlate MyPlate illustrates the five food groups that are the building blocks for a healthy diet using a familiar image- a place setting for a meal. Before you eat, think about what goes on your plate, in your cup, or in your bowl with this USDA website.
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.