Piada Italian Street Food

Piada Italian Street Food
A piada is a thin-crust, handmade dough baked on a stone grill, filled with meats and cheeses, then rolled. Piada Italian Street Food/Facebook

Inspired by the roadside family-run food carts and markets of Rimini, a seaside community in Italy, Piada was founded in Columbus, Ohio, in 2010. The namesake dish is the piada, a thin-crust, handmade dough baked on a stone grill, filled with items, then rolled, like a fancy burrito. Other entrees include pasta bowls and chopped salads.

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3300 Heritage Trace Pkwy.
Fort Worth, TX 76177
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