Experience flavors like you’ve never tasted before at Piada with their new fall and winter menu.
Their culinary team has been working hard to elevate their menu, offering items that are completely different than anything you’ve ever seen at Piada before.
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Piada hosted its first-ever Taste Tour to launch the new menu last week. We dropped in to the Dayton stop at Speakeasy Yoga on 510 E 3rd St. in downtown Dayton to sample some of the new dishes.
We couldn’t stop eating the Mediterranean power bowl -- it’s a great option for the health conscious (without sacrificing flavor). We also fell in love with Piada’s first ever SANDWICH!
Here’s your first look at what’s on the new menu:
Mediterranean Power Bowl
Roasted vegetables including broccoli, cauliflower and sweet potatoes, glazed chickpeas and pickled red onions on a bed of red quinoa with harissa & Greek yogurt drizzle.
Fall Steak Avocado Piada
Hand-rolled Piada filled with pancetta, avocado, arugula, spicy balsamic aioli, mozzarella, pepitas and roasted sweet potato.
The Porchetta Sandwich
Slow roasted Porchetta, a cut of premium pork with Tuscan spices – porcini, rosemary, garlic and pepper. Layered on a rustic Italian roll with basil aioli, pickled red onion & fennel. Served with Rosemary Parmesan Kettle Chips.
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Harvest Grain & Apple Salad
Field greens, feta, Granny Smith apples, pepitas, farro, fennel, cranberries, pecans, sweet potatoes, lemon-basil dressing
Quinoa + Beet: Red quinoa, beets and za’atar spice.
Super Greens Salad: Shaved Brussel sprouts, red cabbage, carrots & kale with glazed chickpeas, bruschetta tomatoes, almonds, parmesan, harissa vinaigrette.
This fall and winter, guests can also select Porchetta as a grill item to accompany their piada, pasta or chopped salad.
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