I have liked Pia Zadora since I was young. So, she is why we came here.
Located on Paradise, a block off the strip, Piero's is right next to the Las Vegas Marriott...you can walk if you are staying there.
There is a small parking lot and they make you valet your car. Not necessary, but it's nice to have someone out there looking after the vehicles.
This is a very old school restaurant and lounge. The Monkey Room is upfront and there is a nice bar and that is where Pia plays, along with the band.
When we walked in, we did not expect the dining room(s) to be so large. There is another bar back in the dining area, as well. Almost every table was taken. We had a reservation so we got a lovely booth on the side where we could see all the action. A team of people will be waiting on you instead of one individual. Service was good all evening. The menu is large and most items are expensive...after all, this is just Italian food. We had 4 Stone Crabs to start with...they were $60.00...or $15.00 a piece. They were not served on ice, as they should be and the tasty sauce they came with was not cold either. They were not cracked properly so you had bits of shell to deal with. We have had them many, many times and the "ice cold" feature really make a big difference and also, the way they cut them. I would not get them there again.
Most pastas are in the $25.00 -$35.00 range. That quite a bit, I think. Nice bread basket arrives with butter. The entrees give you a house salad and it was delicious and large. The dressing was so good. My spouse had linquine with clams and oil. Kinda skimpy for $31.00. I ordered the puttanesca. It came out in a large "ball"(really). I have never had pasta served that way. Regardless, it was BAD...I sent it back. It was also fettucine noodles instead of zita or others. It was just fowl. They took it back with no problem but they still charged $12.00 for my salad. Martinis are $15.00 but VERY VERY good, probably the best I have ever had. House wine by the glass $12.00. No rushing you.
Pia plays on Thursday, Friday & Saturday at around 9:00pm. So, after you dine, go and see her show. There was a cover but no more. Get yourself a drink and sit back enjoy the show!
The night we went there were 2 others entertainers that also sang. One was Gary Anthony, who "does" Frank Sinatra songs. He was great! The pianist used to work for Frank too. Not too much of a personality though...kinda grouchy. The show usually lasts about 45 minutes but this night, it lasted about an hour and a half. OLD time entertainment that was fabulous.
All in all, we had a lovely time and the evening is one we will remember a long time.