CoreLife Eatery, an active lifestyle restaurant offering a variety of greens, grains and broth-based dishes, is kicking off the New Year with a new location in Farmingdale. CoreLife Eatery, which is currently undergoing a rapid national expansion, brings together scratch cooking with flavorful source ingredients and a fast, casual service line for a healthy and affordable eating alternative.
The highly anticipated new eatery, located at 207 Airport Plaza, will open its doors for the first time at 11 a.m. on Thursday, Jan. 11. 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.
“There’a widespread belief that healthy food can’t possibly taste good. We’re debunking that myth,” Todd Mansfield, partner and wellness champion for CoreLife Eatery, said. “We have a unique menu made entirely from fresh, simple, high quality ingredients that taste fantastic and our customers want to eat. We can’t wait for the community in Farmingdale to experience CoreLife Eatery for the first time.”
“CoreLife Eatery is more than a brand—our food is a key part of our customers’ active lifestyles,” Scott Davis, president and chief concept officer of CoreLife Eatery, said. “We’re making it easy, convenient and affordable to eat clean, without sacrificing flavor.” During his tenure as chief concept officer at Panera Bread, Davis led many key initiatives that drove the long-term success of the company and now applies his proven knowledge and expertise to this new and emerging concept.
CoreLife Eatery strives to promote active lifestyle activities by offering and participating in a number of health-related events in the community. CoreLife Eatery staff members are proactively sharing their food concepts as well as wellness ideals through talks at local organizations and participation in community events.
Led by CEO Larry Wilson, the CoreLife Eatery executive team brings individual successes and skill sets to help the restaurant grow to meet the needs of more communities lacking convenient access to healthy and affordable eating alternatives. CoreLife Eatery plans to expand to 300 locations, including both corporate and franchise restaurants, nationwide over the next five years.
For more information, visit www.corelifeeatery.com.