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Choose Between Two Options
- $5 for two admissions to a dueling piano show on a Friday or Saturday night from 9 p.m. until 2 a.m. (a $10 value)
- $25 for two admissions to a dueling piano show (a $10 value) and $40 worth of Italian food and drinks (a $50 total value)<p>
As dueling pianos play rock-and-roll hits, audience members sample the menu of penne arrabbiato ($14), gnocchi in creamy tomato sauce ($15), chicken parmesan ($16), garlic steak ($19), and wood-fired margherita pizzas ($11).
Johnny Peppers Italian Grill
A hand-built pizza oven stands in the kitchen at Johnny Peppers Italian Grill, the wood-stoked flames dancing to the chatter of conversation and clinking glasses. It crisps the crusts of Neapolitan-style pizzas crafted from dough made in-house daily and covered with arugula, bufala cheese, and pancetta like the front row of the crowd at a Puccini opera. Wreaths of steam rise from plates on the way to the dining room, curling around linguini with grilled tuna, veal parmesan, and gnocchi dumplings with pecorino cheese. Bites of those Italian-influenced dishes punctuate shouts for requests launched at dueling piano players, who fill the adjoining piano bar with the songs of Billy Joel, The Who, and other classic rock tunes every Friday and Saturday night.