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The Beacon culinary crew receives dining award

The Beacon assisted living community was recently recognized for their excellent cuisine.

Executive chef Amie Davey and her culinary crew at The Beacon recieved the SRI Management 2021 Artful Dining Award.

The delicious meals served at The Beacon are top-notch. Served in their large and beautiful dining room, residents receive quality service and a variety of dishes.

Breakfast includes items such as Breakfast Burritos, Denver Egg Scramble, Texas French Toast, cereal, oatmeal, fresh fruit, biscuits and a choice of juices, coffee, tea or milk.

For lunch and dinner there is a special of the day such as pot roast, fried chicken, stuffed fish, cheese tortellini, shrimp served with carrots, potatoes, rice pilaf, zucchini, etc. and a salad and rolls, croissant or corn bread. All lunch and dinner meals are served with a house made dessert such as lemon mousse, banana cream pie, fresh berry crumble, peanut butter pie and bananas foster on special occasions.

If the special isn’t what a resident is interested in, they also have an a la carte menu of items such as chef salad, burger, chicken fingers, club sandwich and sides of fries or chips. The Beacon has a private dining room which residents may use for special occasions such as birthdays or holidays and invite their families or friends to come. All meals are restaurant style dining with staff serving them daily.

Anyone is invited to come by for lunch and get a tour of the community any day.
Located off U.S. Highway 98, The Beacon assisted living community has capacity for 120 residents, and nurses are on staff to provide the best possible care 24 hours a day.

Exercise classes are offered several times a week. They host Cocktail Hour six days a week in the dining room. Anyone is welcome to stop by for cocktails, wine, beer or sodas.

At least twice a month, The Beacon does Beachside Drives with their residents to enjoy the scenic views. They usually stop by the ice cream shop on the way back.

Assisted living residents eat lunch at local restaurants two times a month and memory care residents eat out once a month. June at The Beacon will include a Father’s Day event on Saturday, June 17, a Carnival Event, Casino Day and residents will be going to Pensacola Little Theatre to watch “A Chorus Line.”
Church services are offered every Sunday morning at 10 a.m. for anyone who would like to worship and learn about God.

“Residents can do as much or as little as fits their lifestyle,” McCaa said.

The Beacon offers spacious studio and one-bedroom apartments with kitchenettes, private baths and courtyard views. Personalized security response systems are available to residents, as are physical therapy and exercise programs.

Other amenities include card rooms, a movie theater, a putting green, a salon and spa and restaurant- style dining. The Beacon wants to show their residents honor, respect and dignity.

The Beacon also has a 100% money back guarantee within 30 days of move in if your loved one decides
that the community is not the right fit.

The Beacon gives tours daily and is open to visitors, even if the visitor doesn’t know a resident personally.

The Beacon community loves making new friends.

For more information or to schedule a tour, contact The Beacon at 850-934-4306.

The Beacon at Gulf Breeze
4410 Gulf Breeze Parkway
850-934-4306
TheBeaconSeniorLiving.com
Open for visitation, open for tours