Piada Italian Street Food will debut its third North Texas location at CityLine located in Richardson, Texas, late this summer. The 2,991-square-foot fast causal, located adjacent to Whole Foods and facing CityLine Drive, will be Piada’s third in North Texas, following the latest opening at Alliance Town Center in North Fort Worth.

The CityLine location will feature light filled interiors and modern, European-inspired décor with design elements including warm-stained concrete floors, crisp LED lighting, and handmade white oak furniture, plus Carrara marble, brushed aluminum, painted brick, and subway tile accents. Located off George Bush Turnpike and US-75 Central Expressway, Piada’s new location will be easily accessible for all members of the North Dallas community.

“We are excited to build off the buzz of our last two Dallas-Fort Worth openings and keep the momentum going with our new Richardson location,” says Piada founder and CEO Chris Doody. “CityLine’s relaxed and refined ambiance is the perfect fit for our concept. We can’t wait for our guests to try our signature menu items as well as our popular seasonal dishes and sides.”

Inspired by the roadside family-run food carts and markets of ancient Rimini, a bustling seaside community in the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy, six-year-old Piada, has earned raves for its chef-driven and seasonally influenced menu. The focus is simply prepared, made-to-order items utilizing dozens of fresh, premium ingredients, as well as house-made sauces and dressings.

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