Magnificent 7

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Magnificent 7
54 Calton Entry, Glasgow, G40 2SB
  • Telephone 0141 237 9220
  • Opening times Tue–Sat noon–10pm; Sun noon–6pm. Closed Mon.
  • Bar open noon–midnight
  • Food served Thu–Sat noon–8pm; Sun noon–6pm
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Hip pizza joint in BAaD – bringing art and food together in the heart of the Barras.

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Magnificent 7, part of the Barras Art and Design (BAAD) outfit which is bringing hip diners to the Calton, is the second phase of a bold plan which started with the award-winning A’Challtainn – the respected fish restaurant upstairs. This trendy pizza joint offers more informal dining, based on the rule of seven: seven pizza choices, each costing seven pounds – even the seventh pizza is free as part of their loyalty scheme. The dining area is decisively utilitarian chic, a penchant for the upcycled, retro-vintage style obvious throughout the large space. The bar area serves both Magnificent 7 and A’Challtainn, which means a great selection of beers and wines are available. The pizza – complete with funky names to reflect the neighbourhood or ingredients – is crispy based, covered in a deep filling of sweet tomato sauce, with toppings including spicy chorizo and buffalo ricotta (aka the Beast of Calton), or vegan options such as Dear Green Place – loaded with squash, tofu and pine nuts. With live music and film nights, and ambitious plans for a bakery, this enticing spot has plenty to keep interest piqued.

The List's rating






Rowan Anderson visited Magnificent 7 on 25 March 2018
  • High point: Hip, artsy venue
  • Low point: Utilitarian chic extending to toilets
  • Notable dish: Dear Green Place – vegan pizza
  • Delivery: Deliveroo
  • Private dining: Up to 40 covers
  • Provides: Vegetarian options (at least ¼ main courses), Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access, Outdoor tables, Free wi-fi
  • Music on stereo: Hip hop
  • Live entertainment: Gigs, live bands, movie nights (all ticketed)
  • Capacity: 110
  • Largest group: 110
  • Open since: 2017
  • Number of wines sold by the glass: 8
  • House wine: £19 per bottle

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