Piero's

Las Vegas
Italian Restaurant
$$$$

It opened more than 30 years ago and has been serving awesome Italian fare ever since. Pia Zadora performs in the lounge on weekends

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With a heavy focus on seafood and Italian-American cuisine, Piero's first welcomed customers Downtown in 1982, but moved to its current location near the Las Vegas Convention Center about five years later. Dark by design, the restaurant has multiple dining rooms, including one dedicated to the legacy of former UNLV basketball coach Jerry Tarkanian. Another Jerry (Lewis), was also a regular. There's no cocktail menu. Just ask for the bartender's take on a classic like a Martini or Old Fashioned. Piero's signature Osso Buco is a veal shank marinated overnight in tomato burgundy sauce and served with a side of fettuccine. It goes great with the Garbage Caesar Salad (tossed in shrimp and avocado) or Pat's Meatballs (named after an employee who's been on staff for decades). One bar features live music. Another has an old brick wall from the '50s, leftover from a previous restaurant.
How to book: Book a reservation via the restaurant's website.

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An example of vintage Las Vegas for more than 30 years, Piero’s continues to be a regular spot for authentic Italian-American dishes, romantic dinners, and power lunch meetings near the convention center. A long list of celebrities, including at least two US presidents, have stopped by over the years. Regulars love the osso bucco (slow-braised veal with egg fettuccine on the side) and La Zuppa di Pesce (a soup loaded with lobster, clams, mussels, shrimp, scallops, and calamari) but just make sure to order the meatballs on the side. Parking is valet-only and between six separate dining rooms, Piero's is a perfect restaurant for hosting large parties.
How to book: Book a reservation via the restaurant's website.

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This long-running Vegas favorite has six dining rooms and two bar areas for serving Osso Buco, Pat's Meatballs, Garbage Caesar Salad, and other homestyle takes on Italian-American cuisine. Locals love the room honoring UNLV and championship basketball coach Jerry Tarkanian. Piero's can handle parties of all sizes, even up to 225 people with a standing-room banquet. Customize the meal with specialty multi-course menus, a buffet, or family-style portions. Piero's can also do breakfast for an early morning celebration or business gathering.
How to book: Book a reservation via the restaurant's website. Call 702-369-2305 or email the restaurant for large parties or event dining.

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