It has been such a privilege to spend most of my life with family and friends at Piero’s Italian Cuisine.
I truly grew up here. I remember eating at Piero’s when I was 5 and running around the kitchen – checking out the live Maine lobsters and trying to play with them. Some of the crew and waiters who I grew up with are still here in this establishment. They watched me grow up and transition from little boy to busboy, from maître d’ to manager, and now as an owner.
Now I see my children enjoying Piero’s and calling it their favorite restaurant. It is great to pass down these traditions to another generation.
Piero’s means family to me. Everyone I know has congregated at Piero’s for 30 years and continues to do so to this day. We celebrate birthdays and holidays here. I might have had over 10,000 meals here over the years! I hate missing a day of work as there is no place I know of that has such a natural, positive energy.
I’m so proud to call Piero’s ours. There’s nothing better to hear people talking about Piero’s in the community and sharing their stories… and we are honored to lead events such as PK Bike Day and our Thanksgiving ‘Turkey Gobble’ for underprivileged children.
What a ride – cheers to another 30+ years and the chance to share this amazing experience with generations to come!