Piada Vintage Park, located at 10420 Louetta Road, joins Houston locations on Memorial Drive and in Sugarland for the Ohio-based fast-casual Italian eatery.
Community Marketing Manager Jordan Blossom said the restaurant’s signature item the piada is a large piece of thin Italian dough cooked on a 500-degree surface.
“It bubbles up and gets crispy,” Blossom said. “Then they add the ingredients and fill it up like a wrap.”
Customers can choose sauces, toppings and grilled meat or vegetables to complete the wrap or can choose from a three salad or three pasta options on the menu. Meals can be customized to make them meatless, or dairy- or gluten-free.
The restaurant also offers bread sticks, soups —tomato basil or lobster bisque— and Italian teas and soda.
The Vintage location is the first Piada restaurant to offer seasonal specialties, Blossom said. Summer specials include an orzo side dish with sugar snap peas, currants, red bell pepper and a lemon basil dressing and a roasted corn salad. Another seasonal offering is the Farm Club Tasca sandwich, a wrap featuring buttermilk-fried chicken, avocado and balsamic aioli. A steak avocado wrap and a farmer’s market salad round out the summer seasonal offerings.
The first Piada opened in Columbus, Ohio in 2010. The Vintage location is the chain’s 30th restaurant.