We live near this restaurant, have been there many times for dinner since its opening (7+), and were very pleased when it first opened. At first, the service was very good, as was the food. We even told the owner when we went the first week it was open how well the staff was trained.
Now, the service is hit or miss, and never approaches the first few months they were open. The waiters are often confused about who is waiting on a particular table (that happened to us twice). Once we even received two bills for the same meal from different waiters. (How many times do I need to pay?) If you ask the wait staff questions about the daily specials you may get a correct answer.
The food quality has declined too, and is now average. If you want anything changed slightly from the standard prep, don't ask for the change because it will come out wrong. For example, I ordered a calzone and asked for the pasta sauce on the side instead of inside the calzone (it tends to make the calzone soggy). What I was served was a burned calzone with the sauce inside. It was so soggy I couldn't pick it up, and they had forgotten to put in the ricotta cheese (ricotta is not only required for a calzone to BE a calzone, but was listed on the menu as an ingredient).
They have a decent wine list they update regularly, but often don't have the wines listed in stock. During one visit we had to order three different bottles of wine because the waiter kept coming back to say "We seem to be out of that wine." If we order wine now, we order glasses of the house wines (which are okay).
Another reviewer noted it was very noisy. Parts of the restaurant are noisier than others. If it is crowded, there are no quiet spots. There are only a few seating areas where it is always noisy; these tend to be the tables in the middle of the floor. The booths along the walls are generally quieter. Of course, the noisy areas seem to be the most convenient for the wait staff, so unless you say something, that's where they will seat you, even if there are no other patrons.
If you're looking for an Italian restaurant that isn't greasy and serves standard Italian fare, Piero's is fine. There are several other Italian restaurants nearby that are equal to Piero's, and at least one that is much better.
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