Yesterday, Center City's Real Food Eatery concluded its afternoon of soft-service in anticipation of this Wednesday's, July 20-grand opening. Today, co-owner Mike Mangold tells Eater that the build-out is officially complete inside the 207 South 16th Street space, and the healthy quick-serve is as ready as ever for the Center City masses.
The menu is broken down into two categories: "Real Plates" and salads, the former being a composed plate of greens or grains, stacked with protein (chicken thighs, skirt steak, pork shoulder, salmon, or portobello mushroom) and toppings of your choice. Plates come with two sides, hot or cold, like mini-salads and dips, or veggies, roasted, sautéed, and mashed.
Hours will go from 11 a.m. - 9 p.m., daily.