About Di Maggio's (West End)
Have been several times to Di Maggio’s (West End) and would highly recommend it.Food is delicious, staff are very attentive and it is has a lovely atmosphere. Will definitely be returning
Great food and service
We went out for a birthday dinner for my partner and his sons aged 13 and 14, they were practically licking their plates! They really enjoyed the food. We had the 3 course deal and there was plenty of food. The nachos starters were great as was the pizza and pasta dishes we shared! Great value for money for us all and we'll be back at the next birthday or special occasion opportunity! We'd recommend this place to friends with hungry teenage kids!
Family friendly Italian restaurant in West End
Part of the popular chain of family-friendly Italian restaurants, Di Maggio’s West End is popular with everyone from families and students to couples and parties.
Children are particularly well looked after with their own menu, highchairs and entertainment packs.
The West End branch was one of the first Di Maggio’s to open in 1987 and is in a handy location in the heart of the West End. It features a cosmopolitan mix of comfortable booth seating; iconic Life magazine covers and an eye-catching, raised open fire.
Italian American pizza & pasta
Di Maggio’s West End knows exactly what Glasgow wants from an Italian American kitchen. There is a big range of pasta and pizza which swings from well known combos like the New York spaghetti and meatballs to house specialties like the Di Maggio calzone which is stuffed with a little bit of everything.
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.
The biggest problem you will face at Di Maggio’s in Glasgow’s West End is how on earth do you make a choice?
Byres Road transport links
Di Maggio’s West End is at the bottom of Ruthven Lane, a two minute walk from Byres Road. Hillhead underground is directly opposite the lane’s entrance and there is a car park off Great George Street.