As its first partnership in South Carolina, Cura was proud to be selected as the food service provider of choice for Presbyterian Communities of South Carolina (PCSC) in Clinton, Easley, Florence, Lexington, Summerville and West Columbia.
PCSC shared that Cura’s mission and values were key factors in selecting a new dining services provider.
Residents have already experienced exciting additions including the July grand opening of The Café at Summerville at The Village at Summerville. According to David Nicholson, Cura resident district manager, this is the first community of its kind that offers beer and wine. “Open for lunch and dinner, the café is designed to be a social destination for residents to enjoy happy hour or just a glass of wine or a beer with lunch,” says Nicholson.
At the café, residents can also select from freshly prepared grab-and-go sandwiches, salads, fruits, cheeses, and non-alcoholic bottled beverages including sweet tea, the South’s quintessential drink! A flat bread pizza operation also creates panini and personal pan pizzas. “This will probably be a concept replicated throughout the other PCSC communities, providing residents with a casual dining option to more formal settings,” says Davidson.
Currently Davidson and his culinary team are developing a new winter menu based on resident feedback. “We want our residents to feel at home, enjoying traditional foods of the south. From shrimp and grits to pecan pie, we will strive to create the perfect southern dining experience!”
“We’re excited about this opportunity and to bring our expertise to PCSC as we enhance dining services, while promoting an experience that exceeds the expectations of the residents in South Carolina,” says Mitch Possinger, president and founder of Cura Hospitality.