‘Clean-eating’ restaurant now hiring, gearing up to open in Centerville

A new healthy-alternative restaurant in the Cornerstone of Centerville development is now hiring.

CoreLife Eatery at 5201 Cornerstone North Blvd. is putting the finishing touches on its interior and is accepting applications online, according to its Facebook page.

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The 3,600-square-foot freestanding restaurant will be the first Dayton-area location for the fast-casual restaurant chain that offers what it calls “clean-eating” options. It will be located off Wilmington Pike adjacent to Costco Wholesale and Shoppes III at Cornerstone. Messages left for CoreLife Eatery officials to get more details about the new restaurant’s opening were not immediately returned.

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The CoreLife menu offers create-your-own grain and vegetable bowls, soups, grass-fed chicken and steak, and organic tofu. Customers can create their own “green bowl,” with options like Sriracha ginger roasted tofu, kale Caesar chicken, spicy ginger steak, Mediterranean, and chicken cobb.

CoreLife also sells organic cold-brewed iced coffee, green teas and house-made lemonades.

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This will be the first CoreLife location in southwest Ohio, and the third location in the state. The restaurant chain has 13 locations in New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio, including one in Columbus.

The Cornerstone of Centerville development is located near the I-675-Wilmington Pike interchange. The 125-acre mixed-use development is anchored by Costco, Cabela’s and Kroger.

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