Industry News | August 31, 2016

Piada Italian Street Food Donates $3,100 in Opening

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Piada Italian Street Food partnered with the Richardson Fraternal Order of Police #105 for their Grand Opening on the evening of August 17 from 4 to 10 p.m. during which all sales went toward benefiting the professional men and women who protect the lives, property, and constitutional rights of the City of Richardson, Texas, on a daily basis.

“Our team at Piada Italian Street Food is committed to doing good and making a change in the communities that we are a part of,” says Paul McGuire, general manager of Piada Italian Street Food in Richardson. “We’re thankful for all that the Richardson Police Department does to keep its citizens and businesses safe and wanted to give back to them as a small token of our appreciation.”                                     

Diners enjoyed the restaurant’s namesake Piada—a thin crust, handmade dough, which is baked on a stone grill, filled with specialty items and then rolled as guests watch the entire process—as well as other entrees including pasta bowls and chopped salads.  Each is comprised of a grill item, cheese, and vegetables. Diners can choose from three signatures per category, such as the Chef’s Favorite Piada with spicy Diavolo sauce, romaine, sweet and spicy peppers, Mozzarella, and shaved and creamy Parmesan, Basil Pesto Pasta with parmesan Alfredo, sundried tomatoes, and freshly grated Parmesan, as well as Balsamic Salad with spinach, bruschetta tomatoes, red onions, feta spiced pecans, and balsamic dressing—all customizable with added protein. Grill selections range from all-natural rosemary, garlic and lemon chicken to spicy Italian sausage with fennel and herbs and salmon prepared with lemon and olive oil, while toppings span artichokes to black olives.

The Richardson Fraternal Order of Police #105 has served the community of Richardson for the last six years and is committed to not only the safety of their citizens and businesses but to providing charitable contributions to those in the community who need our help the most. They are currently involved with Cops and Kids, Team Texas for the Family of Fallen Officers, The Counseling Place, and The Richardson Fraternal Order of Police Auxiliary.

News and information presented in this release has not been corroborated by QSR, Food News Media, or Journalistic, Inc.

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