Highly Anticipated Active Lifestyle Restaurant Opening April 11


Members of the media and those affiliated with area colleges will be among the first to sample the healthy lifestyle experience of the new CoreLife Eatery in the Towne Center Plaza in Webster. As part of its commitment to community, CoreLife Eatery has two special VIP preview events planned prior to its Monday, April 11 grand opening to the public.

A special media event is planned for Thursday, April 7 from 11 am – 2 pm, all newsroom and media group employees are requested to attend. A college day is planned for Saturday, April 9 from 12 – 6 pm. All college and university students, staff and alumni are invited. Both events are free and offer a chance for invited groups to experience the fresh, healthy ingredients that combine to form the CoreLife taste. We’ve created CoreLife Eatery to bring clean, healthy and great tasting foods to everyone every day. We feature hearty bowls that are complete meals in themselves featuring greens, grains and bone broths. All ingredients at CoreLife Eatery are free of GMO’s, trans fats, artificial colors, sweeteners and other artificial additives, and their chicken and steak are sustainably raised and never ever given antibiotics or hormones. CoreLife Eatery also believes that hiring local team members to prepare the food, and paying them well, is much better than having it come “ready to eat” from a manufacturing plant across the country.

The opening of the Webster location comes a little less than a year after the first CoreLife Eatery opened its doors in Syracuse where the community has embraced this entirely new concept in eating and living. CoreLife Eatery strives to promote total body wellness by offering and participating in a number of health-related events in the community. The active lifestyle restaurant continues to exceed expectations, celebrating a record number of customers just last week as more and more people looking for a good tasting, healthy eating alternative continue to turn to CoreLife Eatery as their choice for delicious healthy food made from scratch.

“We are so excited to share the food and culture that typifies CoreLife Eatery with Webster and the surrounding communities,” said Company President Larry Wilson. “Syracuse has rallied around our concept, and we look forward to sharing our good tasting yet healthy eating alternatives with the people of Webster.”

CoreLife Eatery staff have shared their food concepts as well as wellness ideals through talks at local businesses and by inviting local students to visit the restaurant to learn about sustainable farming. CoreLife Eatery caters to all age groups, fitness levels and walks of life and invites everyone to experience it first-hand.

The executive team of CoreLife Eatery is made up of seasoned business professionals that combine to create the perfect mix of restaurant expertise with healthy living. Led by founder Larry Wilson, successful entrepreneurs, including Todd Mansfield, bring individual successes and skill sets to the team to help scale the restaurant to new levels on a nationwide basis. Wilson has a proven track record of success and owns a number of businesses, including more than twenty eateries throughout the Northeast. Mansfield’s experience in the medical arena brings valuable knowledge and expertise in health and wellness to the CoreLife Eatery brand. The company plans to open a number of CoreLife Eatery locations over the next several years.