KETTERING, Ohio (WDTN) - Some people really have a 'hankering' for Italian food.
Dozens of foodies are camping outside the new Piada Italian Street Food store on Far Hills Avenue in Kettering.
There are tents set up and people sitting around in lawn chairs waiting for Friday's grand opening.
The Columbus-based restaurant will give the first 100 customers through the door free food for a year.
The first woman in line says she arrived at 9:00 am Thursday.
"It's been a lot of fun meeting new people and it's been fun," said Rosemary Deardoff.
They're up for everything Piada has to offer.
"They'll be able to get Piada's pasta bowls, chopped salad, they can get our new select two or any new items off our chef's menu," said Meghan Dauer, Brand Ambassador at Piada.
The restaurant officially opens for business Friday morning at 10:45 am.
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