BEAVERCREEK, Ohio (WDTN) - What Italian food fans will do for some free grub.
The first 100 customers at the new Piada Italian Street Food store in the Miami Valley will get free Piada food for a year.
Foodies braved the elements and lined up outside the Beavercreek store Thursday night for the grand opening Friday at 10:45 am
People started lining up before 6:00 pm Thursday. They received a wristband to confirm their dedication. An indoor room is ready for the hungry fans should the weather become severe.
“We feel that despite their hectic lifestyles, our guests shouldn’t have to sacrifice freshness, quality and ambiance for speed or value,” says Chris Doody, co-founder of the Bravo and Brio restaurant chains. "The ordering process takes just 60 seconds and the average customer check is less than $9."
The store is located at 3286-B Pentagon Boulevard. It is the third Piada to open in the area.
The clerk told officers two men with handguns demanded money then ran form the store with an unknown amount of cash.
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