By Laura Calugar
Cincinnati—Fit Food Stop, a locally owned and operated diner, recently announced that it will open another location in Columbia-Tusculum, a neighborhood east of downtown Cincinnati. The second store will be 2,400 square feet and is expected to open by early spring 2017. CBRE’s Tori Sunderman, senior associate, represented the landlord in the transaction.
Located at 3528 Columbia Parkway, the new Fit Food Stop will serve pre-cooked, individually weighed and portioned food, in microwave-safe containers with labels containing nutritional information. The Fit Food Stop concept originated when Cincinnati resident and Fit Food Stop owner Anthony Maley started to offer residents a quick, fresh and healthy meal for those who were on the go. The store uses organic chicken, wild salmon, organic quinoa and pasta, as well as many local organic vegetables. Additionally, all of the items on the menu are gluten free.
“Fit Food Stop eliminates the decision as to whether you’re going to eat something quick or something healthy. It give you the best of both worlds,” said Maley in a prepared statement.
Fit Food Stop’s first store opened late last year on 3180 Madison Road in Cincinnati’s Oakley neighborhood.
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