Civerinos pizza bar opens in Glasgow


Civerino’s, the Edinburgh pizza restaurant and takeaway, known for its ‘signature slices’, opened in Glasgow this week, hot on the heels of celebrating a record breaking festival month – serving over 180,000 pizza’s, and using enough dough to stretch from their Edinburgh restaurant to their new premises in Radnor Street by Kelvingrove Park, called Civerinos Finnieston.

Having installed one of the biggest pizza ovens in Scotland, which can turn out 300 pizza’s an hour, they also saw over 400 job applicants when they advertised for staff last month.

They have worked with architects S+Co on the design of the restaurant space, and inspired by New York slice bars, it includes an area for both sit-in and takeaway service with standing tables, and a DJ booth with an exterior that features work by local grafitti artist Pizza Boy.

As well venues in Edinburgh, and now Glasgow, it also has a training academy, food truck and its own creative studio with founder Michele Civiera saying that the company was on track for £10 million annual turnover.


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