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Established in 1994. Welcome to PIO PIO, our "Casa Alegre" (Cheerful House), New York City's Premiere Peruvian restaurant group since 1994, specializing in Pollo a La Brasa (Rotisserie Chicken), authentic cuisine from Peru and our famous "Green Sauce"!. We are located through out Queens, Brooklyn, Bronx and Manhattan. Also check out our Amaru Pisco Bar in Jackson Heights. Buen Provecho!
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This place is one of a kind! True Peruvian cuisine brought to you by a true Peruvian owner who knows and understands how to put all his traditions and culture on to a plate in a way that would impress any culinary expert. The environment...More
A friend took us here. Nice ambience, you can either sit at the bar area or the restaurant. The offer combo options for a good price. The portions are generous. The flavors are ok. They have classic Peruvian food but with a New York twist.
When visiting NYC, we stopped into Pio Pio 8 for lunch. There were 4 of us and we ordered the Matador Combo, described on the menu as their most popular and told it was served family style and could satisfy 3 to 4 people. It...More
Went on a Sunday night for dinner and drinks after going several years ago.
Big spot which is unusual for the city and Hell’s Kitchen. Busy for dinner and it was a bit loud due to poor acoustics. Had trouble hearing my guest.
We had theatre tickets so they put us in the express section of the restaurant. They were prompt, attentive and the meal of chicken breast with rice and beans was so delicious. i have also eaten in 2 other pio's and very consistent . Just...More
We went to Pio Pio on a Sunday recently based on a recommendation from the guide book Clued In New York. We initially were shown to a table in the main dining room downstairs but it was too loud and too close for us. We...More
Only parking garages. It's a safe and well populated area. You can check Icon Parking for local garages or take a cab from any parking garage in Manhattan. It would be very rare that one would find street parking there.