September 19, 2021

Leading Italian restaurant chain opens in Glasgow’s Royal Exchange Square.

Plans to open a new Italian in the former Zazi unit in Glasgow city center have been unveiled.

View Italy wants to open an Italian restaurant at 31 Royal Exchange Square. The group is followed by well-known brands Tony Macroni, Nordini, Bar 1821 and Socks.

He asked Glasgow City. Council For permission to change the inside of the listed building which will now go to the city planners.

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The firm wants to create more space for more customers by building a small mezzanine floor above the kitchen area.

A. planning The statement said: “Our client Viva Italia now owns Zezi as an Italian restaurant on 31 Royal Exchange Square and will make a small portion of the mezzanine floor for approximately 24 courses. Would like to make a change. ”

The move comes after we reported in March that estate agents were looking for tenants to take over the former Borders Bookshop home. The clothing retailer All Saints had previously occupied a unit inside the building.

It also came to light when we reported that the Azure group – which owns Zazi and Ask Italy – had previously said it would not open about 75 more restaurants. Corona virus Global epidemic.

They were taken over by investment firm Tower Brook Capital Partners, which plans to open 225 restaurants and shops, protecting 5,000 jobs.

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Zezi has restaurants in Princes Square, Silverburn and the West End.

View Italy did not indicate which brand would visit the site.

A decision on the proposal is expected by October 18, and the deadline for comments is September 17.

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