Piada Italian Street Food is debuting new menu items, including a new piada, salad, pasta and a revamped power bowl. Additionally, Piada will now be offering penne pasta – the most requested second pasta option by guests. Starting May 4, these new menu items made with fresh, vibrant ingredients, will be available at all 38 Piada locations.
“We are thrilled to announce the addition of these new menu items for Piada Guests to enjoy,” says Matthew Harding, senior vice president of culinary and menu innovation at Piada. “Featuring fresh ingredients and bright flavor profiles, these items are perfect for the change in season.”
The new items include:
- Mediterranean Piada – Italian-style street wrap with cucumber salad, chickpea hummus, brown rice and quinoa blend, pickled red onions, tomato bruschetta, feta and basil aioli. Best with All-Natural Grilled Chicken.
- Bacon & Blue Chop Salad – Mixed greens, arugula, red cabbage, roasted sweet potatoes, pancetta, dried cranberries, brown rice & quinoa, and blue cheese tossed in cider vinaigrette. Best with Grilled Atlantic Salmon.
- Roasted Tomato Pomodoro Pasta – Thin spaghetti topped with pomodoro sauce, roasted tomato and herb topping, topped with freshly grated parmesan cheese. Best with Grass Fed Meatballs.
- Power Bowl (Updated) – Red quinoa and brown rice, roasted broccoli, sweet corn & tomato, chickpea hummus, roasted sweet potatoes, pickled red onions, marinated cucumber salad, and yogurt harissa drizzle.
Penne pasta noodles will also be making their debut in Piada’s restaurants. Guests will be able to choose their pasta preference when creating their own dish or choosing from one of Piada’s signature pastas – Carbonara, Basil Pesto, Diavolo, or the new Roasted Tomato Pomodoro Pasta.
In addition to trying these new menu items, Guests can feel good about eating at Piada by opting-in to Piada Gives through the new Piada app. Once opted-in, a portion of every purchase goes to a charity or non-profit making an impact. Piada’s charity partner through May is Pelotonia, a non-profit dedicated to raising funds for innovative cancer research, best known for their annual 3-day cycling event.