With so many day-to-day tasks taken care of for you at Broadmead, you’ll have time to enjoy many of the varied things to see, do and experience as a Broadmead resident.
Whether keeping active in the community’s wellness center, engaging with your neighbors in Broadmead’s myriad of social opportunities, feeding your spirit with a trip to the symphony or indulging at our three exceptional dining venues, Broadmead offers a wealth of opportunities to nourish your body, mind and soul.
We know that your pets are an important part of your life, and that is why your furry friend is invited at Broadmead too! They’ll enjoy walks in the neighborhood and meeting their neighbors, and are sure to have tons of fun daily at our unique “Pet Park”.
Whether you are looking for elegant, fine dining or simple, casual fare, we’ve got you covered in one of our three exceptional dining venues. The bright and welcoming Arbor Café is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Here you can help yourself to the salad and fruit bar, request a made-to-order sandwich or fill-up on your choice of hot entrees.
The Magnolia Room offers sit down restaurant style dining and a rotating menu of culinary delights. Whether you are in the mood for shrimp cocktail, homemade soup, crab cakes or filet mignon your taste buds will surely be pleased. Download the Magnolia Room’s dinner menu to see just a sample of the delicious meals available on a daily basis. The Holly Terrace, our buffet style dining venue is a Broadmead favorite. Sunday Brunch in the Holly Terrace is a community favorite featuring a carving station, raw bar and periodic made to order omelette station.
Special diets can be accommodated and consultation with a registered dietician is available for anyone with questions.
Special occasions can be celebrated in the historic Holly House, located next to the Community Center. The first floor can be scheduled for receptions, parties, luncheons and other affairs catered by Broadmead’s talented culinary staff.