Lake County Council on Aging

(440) 205-8111
8520 East Ave, Mentor, OH 44060
9:00-4:00 Monday-Friday

The Lunch Place

Dine In at the Lunch Place

What could be better than FOOD, FRIENDSHIP, and NO DISHES? Eating a well-balanced diet is an important part of staying healthy while aging. Good nutrition can help maintain a healthy weight, prevent some chronic diseases, and build a strong immune system.

Monday through Friday, a nutritious lunch is served at the Lunch Place, so get dressed and start moving. Join us at one of the four conveniently located Lunch Place kitchens, where lunch is dished with an extra helping of companionship on the side.  Advance reservations are necessary; please scroll down to ‘How To Get Started’ at the bottom of this page for more information.

Lunch Places located in senior centers do not require center membership, so why not give one a try?

Lunch Place Locations:

Willowick Senior Center

321 E. 314th St,
Willowick, OH  44095

Wickliffe Senior Center

900 Worden Road
Wickliffe OH 44092

Madison Senior Center

2938 Hubbard Road
Madison OH 44057

Extended Housing Wellness Center

270 E. Main Street (lower level)
Painesville OH  44077

Lunch Place guests are offered an opportunity to make a donation to help defray meal costs. The suggested donation amount is $1.50 per meal; however no client is denied meals due to inability to contribute.

Meal on Wheels and Lunch Place Menus are approved by a dietitian to provide a minimum of one-third of the Dietary Reference Intakes (DRIs) and meet the USDA’s Dietary Guidelines for Americans.

Lake County Council on Aging nutrition programs are funded by the Western Reserve Area Agency on Aging through the Older Americans Act, Lake County Senior Services Levy, United Way of Lake County, Grants, client donations, and community contributions.

Important Information for Lunch Place Guests

Lunch Place Guest Expectations

Emergency Closure Information

In the event inclement weather or an unforeseen emergency causes one or more Nutrition Sites to close, please refer to the Emergency Closure Information.

Grievance Policy

As a consumer of Older Americans Act (OAA) funded services provided by the Lake County Council on Aging, your rights are important. The Council on Aging strives to provide the best possible service and treat all consumer with dignity and respect. If you believe your rights have been violated or are dissatisfied with or have been denied OAA funded services, you may file a grievance. Click here for our Grievance Policy and Form.

How to Get Started…

Complete a program registration form and brief nutritional assessment here, or obtain a copy at the Lunch Place. Meals are served by reservation only. Make your reservation by Wednesday for the following week. Call the Lunch Place location of your choice for more information.