A restaurant promising to make eating healthy easier has opened on McKnight Road in Ross Township.
CoreLife Eatery is a Syracuse-based fast-food restaurant with locations throughout the East Coast and Midwest regions. However, forget the traditional stigma associated with “fast-food” eating. CoreLife is dedicated to making healthy food accessible.
Meals at CoreLife are prepared with fresh ingredients that are all free of trans fats, artificial colors, sweeteners, artificial additives and GMO’s. Customers start by selecting a green, grain, or broth (simmered all-day) base. These bases are then loaded up with different healthy protein options like tofu, tuna, or sustainably raised chicken and steak that are free from antibiotics and hormones. Menu options include a “Sriracha Ginger Roasted Tofu” green bowl, a “Tuna Poke” grain bowl, and a “Spicy Ginger Steak & Rice Noodle” broth bowl.
CoreLife cites creating a menu that tastes great because it’s healthy as the secret to their success.
CoreLife had a soft-opening, “pay what you want” day yesterday, with proceeds benefitting Light of Life Rescue Mission, an organization that assists the homeless and feeds the hungry. The shop is now open daily from 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
CoreLife Eatery (8009 McKnight Road)