It’s a wrap — Italian eatery opening soon in Dayton

September 25, 2012 by  

Piada, an Italian-style restaurant chain featuring Italian wraps, is scheduled to open the doors of its newest restaurant in Dayton next month, just north of Centerville, at 1047 Miamisburg-Centerville Road in Township Square. It will occupy a space measuring 3,200 square feet that was formerly occupied by Super Subby’s. Super Cuts is also located in this area but has plans to relocate to another section of the plaza. This location will mark the restaurant chain’s first store in the Dayton area.

As new restaurants, such as Piada, and other businesses move into the Township Square, Centerville and area print companies may see an increase in business as these stores will probably require a number of printing services. Many restaurants use banner printing to announce Grand Opening days or weeks, as well as to promote a special deal. Other businesses may require catalog printing or brochure printing to supply customers with necessary information about the projects they offer.

The concept behind the restaurant chain features the piada, which is a flatbread sandwich that is filled with the customer’s choice of meats, pasta, vegetables, a sauce, and other fillings. Once the customer has selected the desired fillings, the flatbread is rolled much like a burrito and served to the customer. Chopped salads and pasta bowls, which can also be created by the customers, are also on the menu.

The Piada restaurant chain is based in Columbus and owned by Chris Doody, who is also one of the founders of Brio Bravo.