An italian place you must got at least once. this is the old school italian, impeccable service and attention to detail, stone crabs when in season, have a drink at the bar before dinner
OK but not a deal. Heard from locals that this was the place to eat. Found the food average at best --and quite overpriced. Service was good but I will not be back ---far to many other places in town that are better.
Overcrowded, overcooked, overpriced!. I returned to Piero's to celebrate my anniversary and am sorry to relate how bad the experience was. The room was way too crowded for the number of wait staff and the service suffered. My swordfish was overcooked (perhaps it sat too long under heating lamps?) but there was no one to complain to since the waiters never returned to inquire if everything was okay. And prices - egad! I'm not opposed to paying well for good food but $17 for a three-shrimp cocktail and $36 for a piece of overcooked fish with a dollop of mashed potatoes and a few greeen beans stretches the limits of imagination.
A Classic. This is what dining out is supposed to be !! No tricks or gimmicks. Just great food served by respectful, white-jacketed waiters. You tend to be treated like a celebrity at Pieros. (it must be hard for the staff to distinguish between the constant flow of top-name celebrities and the rest of the patrons that simply look like celebrities) Celebrity or not, it is a welcome relief to settle down for a great dining experience in a place that feels like old Vegas.
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