Industry News | September 6, 2016

Piada Italian Street Food Welcomes Students with Deals

Piada Italian Street Food
The Piada is made with a thin crust, handmade dough, and then baked on a stone grill. Piada Italian Street Food

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Piada Italian Street Food, in Frisco, Texas, is kicking off the new school year by offering students two different ways to enjoy Italian food. First, students can receive an entree (Piada, pasta, or chopped salad) and Italian soda for $6 when they show their current student ID. The second opportunity for students to save is through Piada Italian Street Food’s 5,000 free Piadas in five days Instagram giveaway.

In addition, Piada Italian Street Food has secretly selected five days to give away 1,000 free Piadas this month, totaling 5,000 free Piadas in September. Students can find out about when the giveaways are happening by following Piada Italian Street Food’s Instagram account, and checking their story for updates. Students must provide Piada Italian Street Food with an .edu email address in order to be eligible. Both promotions will run through the month of September and be valid Monday through Friday.

The restaurant’s signature item, the Piada, is made with a thin crust, handmade dough, which is baked on a stone grill filled with an option of meats, cheeses and/or vegetables. Students also have the choice of enjoying Piada’s 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 Carbonara Pasta with bruschetta tomatoes, as well as Spicy Tuscan Salad with pancetta and spicy Tuscan dressing—or customize ones experience. The family-friendly menu and environment provides each customer the ability to customize their meal and watch it be created throughout the entire process.

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