Real Food Eatery Is Opening an All-Day Cafe on City Avenue.
Real Food Eatery, the build-your-own-bowl healthy eats spot, is expanding (almost) to Bala Cynwyd. Their third location opens tomorrow, Tuesday, October 16th, at 4040 City Avenue with breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Co-owner Mike Mangold said that with the new location, he and co-owner John Colosante are rolling out a new menu with a eight new signature bowls they’ve developed that showcase new proteins and sauces, although customers will still have the option to create their own meals from a combination of lean proteins, quinoa or brown rice, warm or cold veggie sides, and flavorful sauces. Drinks-wise, the new spot will serve Inspired Brews kombucha and La Colombe cold brew on draft.
The opening coincides with the rollout of the mini-chain’s new fall menu, which will debut Tuesday at their all-day shop at 17th and Market as well as their location on 16th Street between Walnut and Locust, which serves lunch and dinner.
Hours for Real Food Eatery’s City Avenue outpost are 7:30 a.m. until 9 p.m. Monday through Friday and 8:30 a.m. through 9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Check out the new fall menu below (click to embiggen).
Real Food Eatery prides itself on offering whole food made with simple ingredients. With two locations in Center City Philadelphia, Real Food Eatery recently opened a third location in Bala Cynwyd, PA. The primary goal for each location has been consistent, to convey the same message about the design of the space as the company does about the food they serve. The environment of the space expresses the authenticity and freshness found in their menu’s offerings.