About Di Maggio's (City Centre)
The restaurant is brilliant - I have been going since I was a young age, with my mum, then friends, then boyfriends then my husband and now my children xxx
I love the royals exchange square restaurant xxxx brings back lots of memories xxxx lasagne and pizzas are amazing along with the bad ass wings and soup yum yum yum xx
You can’t beat it
We were seated quickly and the service was really good. We did not wait lng at all for our starters and the mains followed quickly and then we had Di Maggios 99 ice creams. We ordered a bottle of house red wine which was really nice. Would definitely go back soon
Family-friendly Italian in Glasgow city centre
Located on Royal Exchange Square in Glasgow city centre, this Di Maggio’s is the largest branch in the popular Di Maggio’s group of restaurants. A well-established, family-run business, it welcomes a wide range of diners, from people having a business lunch to shoppers via family groups and friends on a night out.
In the summer months, the extensive sun terrace at Di Maggio’s city centre is a magnet for people watchers and sun-worshippers. Like all the Di Maggio restaurants, it is rated very highly by large numbers of 5pm Dining customers.
Favourite Italian-American dishes
At Di Maggio’s on Royal Exchange Square, the menus are based on authentic Italian pizza and pasta along with prime steaks and great Scottish seafood. Classic dishes from the American Italian diner cookbook are also a popular choice at Di Maggio’s. From burgers and ribs to the spicy Bad Ass chicken wings, the kitchen team at Di Maggio’s city centre take great pride in delivering freshly prepared dishes made with the finest ingredients.
Vegetarian, nut-free and gluten-free choices are also available as is the children’s menu.
Popular Italian in central location
A short walk from Queen Street and Central stations, Di Maggio’s on Royal Exchange Square is conveniently situated for transport links in Glasgow city centre. Right next to the Gallery of Modern Art, is also handy for the concert halls of the Merchant City and Glasgow Royal Concert Hall on Sauchiehall Street.