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About Di Maggio's (Theatreland)
Claire mccabe - 07/02/2016
Service was good all very friendly. Food was excellent value for money and so good.
Pauline Tipping - 05/02/2016
The food and service were excellent. We both had the mussels which were fantastic. Then onto pizzas which we never tried before in here. Couldn't fault them. Light and tasty. In all we really enjoyed our visit.
Relaxed city centre Italian restaurant
While Di Maggio’s Theatreland branch is very much part of the popular west of Scotland group of Italian American restaurants, its location means that it has perhaps just a little more of a grown-up feel than the other branches. Family-friendly and wheelchair accessible, the restaurant is next to Glasgow’s Royal Concert Hall and is popular with audience members and performers alike. Its proximity to other venues also make Di Maggio’s Theatreland a magnet for cinema and theatre-goers looking to enjoy a pre- or post-show meal.
Popular dishes in a casual setting
Di Maggio’s Theatreland knows exactly what Glasgow wants from an Italian American kitchen and delivers it every time. There is a choice of over twenty pizza from the traditional wood-fired oven and dozens of pasta dishes which swing from well known combos like the New York spaghetti and meatballs to house specialities like the Di Maggio penne piccante.
As well as pizza and pasta, there are nachos, stuffed mushrooms, BBQ baby back ribs, mussels and minestrone and that’s just a selection of the starters. The main courses run from chicken, rib and steak dishes to salads and a choice of seafood dishes created with fish landed in Scotland.
City centre transport links & parking
Di Maggio’s Theatreland is on West Nile Street in Glasgow city centre, and is a 5 minute walk from Buchanan bus station and Cowcaddens Subway station. Payable parking is available at the NCP car park across from the restaurant, and Queen Street Station is a brisk 15 minute walk away.
Di Maggio's (Theatreland) Reviews