FLORENCE, Ky. -- CoreLife Eatery, an active lifestyle restaurant offering a variety of greens, grains and broth-based dishes, is coming to the Tri-State on May 5.
CoreLife Eatery brings together from-scratch cooking with flavorful source ingredients and a fast-casual service line for a healthy and affordable eating alternative. The location at 6785 Houston Road will be the first in Kentucky. Ohio has just two locations in Columbus and Strongsville, near Cleveland.
“Customers have been trained to believe that healthy food cannot taste good, but we are debunking that myth,” said Todd Mansfield, partner and Wellness Champion for CoreLife Eatery. “We create our menu from fresh and simple, top-quality ingredients that taste great and our customers want to eat.”
The new CoreLife Eatery is offering a pre-opening opportunity to enjoy their food while benefiting a good cause from 11:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. May 4. CoreLife Eatery will host a "pay what you want" day where all guests can pay what they would like for their meal, all proceeds of which will be donated to the Welcome House of Northern Kentucky. The organization works to end homelessness by offering a continuum of services to their clients to take them from housing uncertainty to housing stability. There will also be a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the grand opening of the restaurant with Mayor Diane E. Whalen at 10 a.m. May 5.
CoreLife Eatery offers a wide variety of fresh ingredients that are transformed into custom-created dishes. All foods are free of trans fats, artificial colors, sweeteners, other artificial additives and GMOs. The chicken and steak used are sustainably raised and never given antibiotics or hormones, and the bone broth is slow-simmered all day for maximum taste and nutrition. Creating a menu that tastes great because it’s healthy is the secret to CoreLife Eatery’s success.
The CoreLife Eatery concept has taken off quickly in New York and Ohio as people embrace the ability to eat healthy and powerful foods every day. The first location opened in Syracuse, N.Y., in 2015, and additional locations in Upstate New York and Ohio opened last year. CoreLife Eatery plans to expand to 300 locations, including both corporate and franchise restaurants, nationwide over the next five years.
“We are confident that the Florence community will soon understand firsthand why our food has become an integral part of the everyday lives for those from all walks of life,” said Scott Davis, president of CoreLife Eatery.