Italian Restaurants Glasgow
Pizza. Pasta. Prosecco. Wow, we freakin' love Italian restaurants in this here city. There's just something about Italian food, Italian hospitality, and eh, Italian booze (who's for a limoncello?) that just has us head over heels for all things Roma, Milano and Venezia. Check out our pick of great Italian restaurants in Glasgow.
Last updated on 20th September 2016
Shilling Brewing Co may just look like any other place to drink craft beer in Glasgow, but this is all a ruse for some of the finest Italian bites in the city. Join them as their pizza selection is set to impress alongside a delicious roster of beer.
Brutti ma Buoni is a chic hotel bar meets Italian restaurant in Glasgow. The Merchant City bar is a great place to sip on Cava or an array of Italian wines, and enjoy a delicious selection of Mediterranean mains and tapas. The name of this bar means "ugly but good" in Italian, but we reckon it's more like, pretty but great.
Perfect for moreish Italian food in Glasgow, Palomino is an ideal location for those looking to blend both cocktails and dining on a night out in the city. Head on down for rustic and authentic Italian pizzas in a plush, bar-like enviroment.
Getting those hungry hankerings within the Sauchiehall area? Then head on down to Marcello's for an authentic taste of Italian dining courtesy of classic menu items, international wines and a charming laid-back enviroment.
Vespbar is a cool Italian-style cafe bar in Glasgow, with retro red and green decor, and of course, a rather Rome-inspired name. While this place is more a cool city bar than an bistro, it does take our two favourite elements of the Italian restaurant experience; pizza and Prosecco.
When it comes to fine Italian dining in Glasgow, there aren't many restaurants that can compare to the prowess of Glasgow. Head on down for stunning and stylistic interiors set alongside high-end gastro plates and European fare.