Italian eatery Piada opening in August on northeast side

July 18, 2014
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Piada Italian Street Food, a fast-casual Italian eatery featuring hand-rolled piadas, pasta bowls and chopped salads, is set to open Aug. 22 at River Crossing, just east of The Fashion Mall on the northeast side.

The free-standing restaurant is located in front of PK Partners’ The Shops at River Crossing in the southwest corner of Barnes & Noble’s parking lot. IBJ first reported in 2013 that the Piada would locate at the site.

The 3,000-square-foot restaurant will seat 73 inside and 24 outside. Average price for a meal is about $9.

Piada will give away free entrees for a year to the first 100 people in the door on Aug.22 and will distribute wrist bands for those camping out starting at 7 p.m. Aug. 21, the company said.

Chris Doody, also a founder of the Bravo! Cucina Italiana chain, started Piada in 2010. The Columbus, Ohio-based chain has a location at 1380 S. Rangeline Road in Carmel, in addition to 17 in Ohio and two in Michigan.

 

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  • Piada
    Yummy, but overpriced.
  • Cha-Ching
    Overpriced. Nice joke.
  • Overpriced?
    9$ average entree, Fashion Mall, Northside, and you consider that overpriced? Were are you from...Bargersville? Excited to have a better priced Italian there as opposed to Maggianos.

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