Sacramento senior living community has professional dining just for you

Homestyle Recipes,
Chef Prepared

Healthy, appetizing food is essential to feeling your best. Our culinary-trained chefs use locally sourced ingredients to make delicious meals every day. It is home cooking at its finest, with menus created from family recipes, using sustainable and farm fresh products. Atmosphere plays an important role in a good meal, as well. Residents can dine al fresco on the patio, in the social dining room, or enjoy a tempting dessert on the scenic third floor terrace.

The Staff and residents welcome you to join and experience a delicious chef prepared meal at Campus Commons Senior Living.

View our sample menu.

Common dining room at the senior living community in Sacramento

Campus Commons Senior Living

(916) 929-4953

22 Cadillac Drive Sacramento, CA 95825

Private Dining

While dining among friends and neighbors can be lively and fun, sometimes a simple lunch or dinner at home is just the thing. Our one and two bedroom apartments each feature a fully appointed kitchen, so a quiet meal at home is always an option. 

Happy friends eating lunch out and about at the senior living in Sacramento

On the Town

Sacramento offers A to Z dining, from classic corn beef hash, to a variety of international cuisine. Tuck into a steaming cup of French onion soup at Danielle’s Creperie after a trip to Loehmanns Plaza or enjoy brunch at Mimi’s Cafe after a trip to Arden Fair Mall, or experience something new at Piatti Italian Restaurant in the Pavilions Shopping Center. Whatever you are hankering for, you will find it close to home.

Join us for an upcoming event, and learn more about out commitment to delicious, healthy dining options at Campus Commons Senior Living.

Meet the Chef

My name is Brian Thomas and I am the Executive Chef and General Manager of Dining Services at Campus Commons.  I have just begun my adventure at this wonderful community, but previously enjoyed a successful 4 year tenure as General Manager at a sister Ray Stone Inc. community, Roseville Commons.  I was fortunate enough to be given another grand opportunity to branch out with the company here at Campus Commons, and continue my 20 year culinary career.

I am married to a loving wife and we have two beautiful daughters together.  My passion for cooking was instilled in me at a very young age by my mother and grandmother.  I have made it my personal mission in life to pass on my knowledge and skills to anyone who is willing to listen and learn, just like they did.

Working at the Ray Stone Senior Living communities has been such a blessing.  It is an honest pleasure to continue to improve everyone's quality of life through food, hospitality and friendship.  

 

Chef Richard for the senior living community in Sacramento