Since moving to DFW I have learned that there are TONS of bloggers here. Honestly, most of my friends are bloggers (and that totally blows my mind). I’ve met a ton of them online and recently invited them to Piada Italian Street Food to mingle and touch up on our skills of creating graphics. We had a blast and learned a lot!



The Food

Paid Italian Street Food specializes in fast, casual Italian food. Their food is made fresh and is a great alternative to other fast food restaurants if you’re looking for something healthier. The orzo was one of my favorite sides!









The Space

Piada’s restaurant has a really cool set-up. Not only is it open with industrial designs, they have a pretty swanky patio as well! I loved that they had couches and high tables for you to sit at! I also loved that you can customize your food, or pick one of the tasty combinations they’ve come up with!




The Workshop

The workshop was led by talented graphic designer, Adaeze Tula, founder of The Modern Design. She taught us the ins and outs of creating graphics for our websites and social media channels! It was super helpful and everyone loved learning from her. She even threw in a few extra tips to help us make our photos pop on Instagram!



If you need to rev up your graphics game, check out Adaeze’s new ebook! She gave everyone at the workshop one and they’re now available for purchase on her website! Bonus? This book is only $7.99! What?!

You can buy it HERE.

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I’ve teamed up with Piada to give away a lunch or dinner for 4 at their Frisco location! They have a new Summer menu that is DELICIOUS! Oh, and because I want you to have the same great experience I did, I’m also giving the winner a copy of Adaeze’s e-book, Graphic Design Hacks!

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Ginger Marie

I'm a thirty-something lifestyle blogger who tries not to take life too seriously. I think laughing and running are the cure to everything especially when its done in a new city. I think a balanced diet is important, and that they're much easier when they include chocolate. :)

  1. This looks like an awesome event and an awesome restaurant. I wish you guys did this in Philly or the PA/NJ/DE tristate area. I will check out your graphic artist’s site as well.

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