Las Vegas Classic Restaurants Still Exist
Piero’s Italian Cuisine is a classic Vegas restaurant with over 37 years of successful fine Italian dining under it’s belt. Once a frequent spot for mobsters and suspicious casino owners, Piero’s continues its glamour and glare with Las Vegas locals, out-of-towners, and famous public figures nearly four decades later.
This off-the strip location features classic cocktails, authentic Italian food and five star service.
Checkout out our feature by Eater Vegas that shines light to why Piero’s continues to be a Las Vegas classic restaurant. Below you’ll find a snippet to the article.
Eater – The Inside Secrets of the Timeless Classic Piero’s
Evan Glusman shares stories about the 33 years of this Las Vegas classic restaurant.
It’s 5 p.m. on a Wednesday and Evan Glusman watches as his three kids run around Piero’s Italian Cuisine, the 33-year-old restaurant near the Las Vegas Convention Center. It’s something he used to do as a child in the early days of the restaurant until he started doing prep work in the kitchen, roasting red peppers and cutting the ends off green beans and tops off strawberries.
Over those three decades, so much remains the same except the clientele coming in to fill this 354-seat restaurant.
“The food hasn’t really changed,” Glusman says as he talks about adding the Garbage Caesars Salad to the menu. One brutal summer, he wanted something light and decided to put shrimp, avocados, tomatoes and hearts of palm in it. That salad became a secret item on the menu and then it was finally added to the permanent lineup when everyone started ordering it. “Thirty-three years ago if you had asked my dad to put something on the menu with ‘garbage’ in the name and he wouldn’t have done it.