By Vegas Food Nerd

Located across from the Las Vegas convention center, Piero’s is a 36-year-old dining institution. This family-run, high-end dining experience has been stationed in its current location for 31 years, and the interior remains a classy old-school experience, the likes of which are a dwindling find here in Las Vegas. The glitz of the ultra-modern casinos that rise all around it coupled with a celebrity chef scene figuratively arm wrestling each other for the next corner of the foodie scene make Piero’s a welcome place to visit.

As much as I enjoy trying new and inventive cuisine, consistency and attention to the classics is a like a warm hug to your senses. Piero’s is legendary in many ways as well. It’s been patronized by over 500 celebrities— just go ahead and name one, and trust me they’ve probably been there. It was also used to film the classic Casino as well. It’s an iconic spot that offers up Northern Italian fare and is known nationwide for some of the freshest seafood dishes in the city.

The chef is Gilbert Fetaz. Trained in France, Gilbert worked in Canada, Bermuda, The Bahamas, Florida and then Chicago. While working in Chicago, Paul Anka dined in his restaurant and ate his cuisine. The iconic singer was so impressed with his skills that he hired him to come and work at his nightclub in Las Vegas. The club was very well received. When Piero’s was in the planning stages to open in 1982, they hired him to helm the kitchen, and he has been there ever since. Fetz’s philosophy on food is that it should be tested, fresh, and consistent. This simple mission statement of his has kept patrons coming back to Piero’s time and again for 36 years and counting.

The interior of the space is classic elegance with stone wall accents, rich dark woods, luxurious leather booths, and fine linens on all tables. The walls are adorned with artwork, antiques, and various memorabilia about the restaurants. While visiting, take a moment to walk around and tour the history of the place before or after you dine. Before dining, also take some time to get a pre-dinner drink at their iconic Monkey Bar. It’s a great place to sip on a cocktail before your meal. Piero’s features entertainment as well and Iconic Vegas performer Pia Zadora makes regular appearances that you can catch on weekends from time to time at the restaurant.

Now let’s talk about the food! They are known to sell between 80-100 plates of their classic take on Osso Bucco each night. The meat is meltingly tender served alongside their homemade fettuccini, accented with fresh porcini mushrooms. It’s an incredibly savory and satisfying dish. Visit from October to April, and you will get to indulge in their other famous offering: fresh, sweet, succulent stone crab. You won’t have to ask if they are in season, you will know the moment you walk up into the lobby, where they display the tempting shellfish on crushed ice, tempting you to start your meal with the delicacy.

We’ve been lucky to dine at Piero’s several times, and have many favorites on the menu, like their suprema di Pollo Vesuvio chicken breast with tomato, fried eggplant and topped with melted mozzarella or the veal saltimbocca with prosciutto, sage, and white wine or their agnolotti freschi alla crema fresh pasta stuffed with spinach and cheese and covered in a decadent cream sauce.

One of my favorite reasons to visit is their selection of fresh fish flown in daily. It’s a welcome surprise to hear the latest available specials. Chef Fetaz prides himself on his seafood creations as one of his specialties. Let your server guide you through them and then select the one that appeals to you. So far they have never let me down.

On a recent visit, my friend was so enamored by the sauce on her special that she asked for more of the savory mustard sauce and the waiter quickly obliged.

That leads me to the final reason that Piero’s always consistently delivers on, and it is their service. Many of the staff have worked at the restaurant for 20 years or more, and their attention to detail and keeping the customer happy is impeccable. It’s worth a visit on your next visit in Vegas. To make reservations at Piero’s visit or call 702.369.2305


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Created by Le Cordon Bleu London grad and Alabama native Rebecca Williamson, Holmsted Fines is an all-natural line of chutneys grown in the south. Add this to your pantry because it compliments cheese boards, meats, bread and can add some zing to your sandwiches. The flavors include green tomato chutney, peach chutney and balsamic red onion chutney. Pour a jar over a bar of cream cheese for a party platter or top grilled meat or fish for a zing of flavor. The best part is that for each jar sold a portion goes to help fight hunger and human trafficking. Buy some for yourself at

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