HARRISON, N.Y. -- Piero’s location at 123 Halstead Ave., Harrison, may be new, but everything else is exactly as it should be, according to The New York Times.
The popular Italian eatery left the Regent Street, Port Chester, spot it called home for 20 years because the 110-year-old building was falling apart, the article says. Every employee moved with the restaurant, too.
Piero Rosaspina, 78, is still a presence, but his two sons handle the daily grind, attending to every detail. Chef Manny Lliguichuzca is still in the kitchen, having cooked with Rosaspina 25 years ago in Manhattan, the article says.
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