I went last night for the first time in a long time and was pleasantly surprised. I remember eating there as a child for family parties and quick weekday dinners, but I only ever had their pizza. I remember the pizza being good, but pizza is hard to screw up in the eyes of a twelve year old. In any case, last night I ordered the Chicken Marsala and my girlfriend had the Chicken Parmesan. Both entrees are served with your choice of salad or soup, a side, and an endless basket of bread. All in all, we were both quite impressed, (especially for the price). Neither one of us tried the soup because the selection was limited; we both had a salad. I would suggest the house dressing because I think the other dressings are just store bought, (my girlfriend's Ranch dressing tasted very Hidden Valley). You can definitely tell the house dressing is made in house, however. As for entrees: my Marsala was very tender and the Chicken Parmesan was crisply breaded, smothered with sauce and cheese, and was not at all soggy. I've often found that a lot of Italian restaurants miss when it comes to Chicken Parm, but Pia's managed to pull it off. My Marsala was the highlight of the meal! Their Marsala sauce is extremely undervalued. In fact, I've paid twice the price at other Italian restaurants for half the flavor. Pia's has AWESOME CHICKEN MARSALA! In short, I send my complements to the chef and cooking staff. My only complaint is that the restaurant is a smoking one and they do not do a good job of separating smoking from non, (the bar is located directly in the center of this eatery). Also, the portions are a little small, but you can make due by filling up on the awesome bread. One of the ways that I judge a good Italian restaurant is by the bread and Pia's bread is very good ~ garlic toasted, without being too strong. My review: I'd definitely eat here again. It's a casual environment, it's affordable, it's family-friendly, and it is surprisingly good.