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CoreLife Eatery opens in Carrollwood

CoreLife Eatery opened its first Florida restaurant in Carrollwood last week. Photo courtesy of CoreLife Eatery
CoreLife Eatery opened its first Florida restaurant in Carrollwood last week. Photo courtesy of CoreLife Eatery
Published Oct. 11, 2018

CoreLife Eatery, an active lifestyle restaurant offering a variety of greens, grains and broth-based dishes, opened its first Florida location in Carrollwood last week. There are plans for at least 32 more CoreLife Eatery reastaurants to open in Florida.


As part of its ongoing commitment to wellness and the community, CoreLife Eatery hosted a Donation Day on Oct. 4, will all funds donated to Feeding Tampa Bay.


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.


"CoreLife Eatery is much more than a brand. Our food is top-quality fuel that compliments the active lifestyles of our clientele," said Scott Davis, President and Chief Concept Officer of CoreLife Eatery. "We're making clean eating easy, convenient and affordable without sacrificing flavor."


Menu items include green, grain and broth bowls, warm rice bowls, power plates, and custom bowls. There are also vegan items, kids meals and handcrafted beverages such as lemonades and iced teas.


CoreLife Eatery is at 13149 N Dale Mabry Highway, Suite B. For more information, call (813) 442-8687 or visit corelifeeatery.com.

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