Piada Rocky River Offers Free Food for a Year to First 100 Guests


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Fans of Piada Italian Street Food, the fast casual concept from Chris Doody that landed on Cleveland's east side earlier this year, might want to camp out in Rocky River later this week — and we mean that quite literally.

In advance of its Rocky River opening, the fast-growing regional chain often billed as the "Italian Chipotle" is offering "free Piada for a year" to the first 100 guests. Hopefuls can begin lining up at 6 p.m. on Thursday, November 14th, where they will remain until the restaurant opens at 10:45 a.m. the following day.

The first 100 qualifying guests will receive 52 free entrée cards, which translates to Piada each week for a year.

The Rocky River restaurant (19925 Center Ridge Rd.) opens to the public November 15.

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