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Photographs of Piero's Italian Cuisine sign, Las Vegas (Nev.), April 4, 2017






The Piero's Italian Cuisine sign sits near the Las Vegas Strip at 355 Convention Center Drive. Information about the sign is available in the Southern Nevada Neon Survey Data Sheet.
Site address: 355 Convention Center Dr
Sign owner: Freddie Glusman
Sign details: Opened 1982, and was originally located on Karen Avenue. In 1987 the restaurant was moved to its current location on Convention Center Drive. This location claims to have an old time Vegas Rat Pack vibe. It has become a popular spot for Politicians and Mobsters
Sign condition: 5- Still in very good condition, looks nearly new
Sign form: Pylon and sign on building
Sign-specific description: On the building and the pylon sign the word "Piero's" is in white channeled neon letters in a fancy swirled font. The Pylon sign has a red background, and underneath the main logo states, " Italian Cuisine- Fresh Fish- Piano Bar" in red skeletal neon. On the building there is a red steel sign that states "Italian cuisine- Osso Bucco- Steaks- chops -Fresh Fish - Florida Stone Crab" all in white skeletal neon.
Sign - type of display: Neon
Sign - media: Steel
Sign environment: On Paradise Road and Convention Center drive next to a Las Vegas Marriott.
Sign - thematic influences: This sign showcases the use of both skeletal neon and channeled letters which gives an interesting contrast to their sign.
Sign - artistic significance: The script they use for their main logo sets the tone for the restaurant as being fancy and fine dining.
Survey - research locations: Piero's website and photos of the property.
Surveyor: Wyatt Currie-Diamond
Survey - date completed: 2017-08-20
Sign keywords: Pylon; Neon; Steel; Building-front design; Backlit

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neo000148. Southern Nevada Neon Survey Records, 2002-2018. PH-00401. Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Las Vegas, Nevada.


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