CoreLife Eatery Brings More Healthy Options to Buffalo

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Written by Francesca Bond

Published on July 18, 2017

CoreLife Eatery // Photo x Step Out Buffalo

Buffalo is in need of more super healthy fast*er* food places and thankfully, we’ve just added another.
CoreLife Eastery, a healthy chain restaurant, has just opened its doors in Clarence. With a menu full of healthy and organic options, this is the perfect stop for a quick, moderately inexpensive lunch or dinner. It can be hard to eat a quick and healthy lunch, the two don’t always go together, but CoreLife is working to solve that issue.

Caesar Salad, Thai Chicken Grain Bowl, Broccoli Cheddar Soup // Photo x Step Out Buffalo

They offer a variety of salads (we recommend the Caesar or Mediterranean) all available in different sizes depending on your hunger level, along with grain bowls, broth bowls, and soup. You can even design your own bowl so it’s exactly to your liking, if you’re into that kind of thing.
The atmosphere is great, it’s huge and well lit, with extremely tall ceilings. They even have an outdoor patio with lots of plants and lights, that looks adorable by day and even better by night.

CoreLife Eatery // Photo x Step Out Buffalo

Last but not least- their lemonades. They offer a few different iced teas, a fruit punch, and some amazing, unique lemonades. Flavors include Cucumber Basil, Beet, Regular, and my personal favorite Cranberry Cayenne.


Where: 5175 Transit Rd, Clarence
Hours: 11 am – 9 pm every day

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Written by <a href="" target="_self">Francesca Bond</a>

Written by Francesca Bond

Francesca was a Step Out Buffalo intern in 2017.
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