DINING

Dining at Culpepper Place

Assisted Living in Olive Branch, MS

Whether you enjoy traditional, Southern, or international food, your taste buds will delight in the dining options available to you at Culpepper Place!

We understand how important delicious meals are to all of us. We pride ourselves with having knowledgeable, friendly, and efficient staff to serve you.

Here are some of the benefits that you will enjoy when dining with us:

  • Three delicious, healthy meals a day, plus snacks
  • A beautiful salad bar with a variety of fresh salads, fruits, and vegetables
  • Menus are created by a registered dietitian to accommodate special dietary needs and prepared by our ServSafe certified chef
  • An “Always Available” menu for food choices other than the daily entrees if you want something different
  • Restaurant-style service by our friendly, caring staff
  • Beautiful dining room to enjoy your meal
  • Family dining room for private events
  • Family and friends are always welcome to join their loved one for a tasty meal and fellowship

View a sample menu

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Featured here is a private dining room at Culpepper Place, made for enjoying meals during private events such as having family visitors or celebrations.

We would love for you to join us for lunch or dinner so you can enjoy our great food and dining experience!

Questions?

Call us at 662-893-1462 to tour the community and stay for a meal.

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