MASON, Ohio – Piada Italian Street Food is giving away free food for a year to 100 people to celebrate the opening of its second Greater Cincinnati location in Mason.
Here are the rules, in summary:
> You must camp out overnight Thursday at the restaurant at 9317 Mason Montgomery Road.
> Arrive at 6 p.m. ET Thursday, Nov. 7 or later, but not before.
> When the restaurant opens at 10:45 a.m. ET Friday, Nov. 8, the first 100 arrivals still at the restaurant will get 52 vouchers for a Piada entrée.
Prizes are valued at approximately $500, Piada says.
See the official contest rules at http://www.mypiada.com/GrandOpening/Contestmason/Rules.aspx
The first local Piada opened at Hyde Park Plaza, 3780 Paxton Ave.There are 19 Ohio locations.
Piada serves hand-rolled, thin-crust dough with your choice of fillings, along with pasta bowls and chopped salads. It offers such items as steak, Italian sausage, salmon, chicken and calamari, as well as Pomodoro, Alfredo and Pesto sauces.
Entrees are priced from $7 to $9.
Hours are 10:45 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Read more about Piada at http://www.mypiada.com/
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