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Smoothie Spot RealGood Stuff Co. Bringing Healthy, Fast-Casual Meals To Fulton Market This Fall

Along with popular smoothies, the fast-casual restaurant will offer fresh, locally sourced breakfast, lunch and dinner options when it opens in October.

RealGood Stuff Co. will open it's latest restaurant and shop at 333 N. Green in October.
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FULTON MARKET — RealGood Stuff Co. is gearing up to open a store this fall in Fulton Market.

The smoothie shop and fast-casual restaurant has signed a lease inside Sterling Bay’s recently completed 19-story office building at 333 N. Green St.

RealGood Stuff’s latest shop will offer fresh, locally sourced breakfast, lunch and dinner options when it opens in October, the company said in a press release.

Guests can expect RealGood Stuff’s popular smoothie menu along with customizable green and grain bowls. They’ll offer farm-to-mouth ingredients including Brussels sprouts, Amish chicken, wild-caught salmon and more.

The 2,500-square-foot spot will include healthy drinks, hot bar items and a quick service “Snack Shack” station. The Fulton Market location will also offer indoor and outdoor seating, to-go and delivery options. 

RealGood Stuff will join Studio Three at Sterling Bay’s new office.

RealGood Stuff CEO Jon Schiff said the partnership with Sterling Bay helped “accelerate [their] efforts to expand” the companies footprint.

“Opening this new location is a natural next step in our continued growth, and we’re excited to work alongside Studio Three as we create a new destination for health and wellness in the neighborhood,” Schiff said.

RealGood Stuff Co. plans to open four stores in the coming year. A $2 million fundraising effort is helping the company’s expansion, Schiff told the Tribune, which first reported on the Fulton Market location.

RealGood Stuff Co. was founded in 2014. It has locations in Lincoln Park, Old Town, Lakeview and River North. The fast-casual restaurant also has juice bars inside Whole Foods throughout the city.

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