was a restaurant/club in Genoa City
Pierre's was owned by Pierre Roulland who entertained his customers with his singing.
In 1973, a mysterious man, Brad Eliot, stumbled into Pierre's, where publisher Stuart Brooks was discouraging a young medical student named Snapper Foster from seeing his daughter, Chris Brooks.
After his murder during a robbery of the restaurant, Pierre's was sold by his widow Sally McGuire to Leslie Brooks and became the elegant Allegro.
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