About Digiorgio’s Cafe Largo | Key Largo, FL


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Our Story

A Family Tradition

The DiGiorgio & Maiani families go back centuries in Italy. Both families started coming to the United States through Ellis Island in the early 1900’s. The Maianis (JoAnn DiGiorgio’s family) is originally from the Independent Republic of San Marino and the DiGiorgio family is from Cassino, Italy.

Over the years, both families came to settle in South Florida in the 1960’s, where Pasquale DiGiorgio came to meet JoAnn Maiani. Getting married in 1965 was just the beginning. Having two children, Robert & Gina, Pasquale had a desire to get ahead using old family recipes… and the rest is history. View just some of that history, and meet the family, too… just visit our Family Photo Gallery here!

Now going into the 3rd generation with Robert and his wife Angel, their daughters Bella and Mia are attending college preparing to continue the tradition. Pasquale DiGiorgio is still present overseeing and giving input.

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At DiGiorgio’s Café Largo Italian Restaurant, we strive to maintain quality & consistency by using only the finest gourmet products in our kitchen, and creating with them, the finest Italian cuisine in Key Largo for you and your family

  • Certified Angus Beef
  • Mashima Reserve Wagyu
  • Bell & Evans
  • Niman Ranch
  • Fresh Local Seafood
  • Wild Caught Shrimp
  • Fresh Scallops
  • Imported Pasta
  • Fresh Pasta
  • Grande Cheese


Whether you’re looking for fine Italian cuisine, fresh local seafood, or a location to host your special event, Café Largo is the restaurant for you in the Florida Keys.

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Our Italian Family Roots

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Monte Cassino is a rocky hill about 130 km (80 miles) south of Rome, Italy, a mile to the west of the town of Cassino (the Roman Casinum having been on the hill) and at an altitude of 520 m (1,700 ft). It is noted as the site where Benedict of Nursia established his first monastery, the source of the Benedictine Order, around 529, and of major battles towards the end of World War II. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg… learn more about Cassino today!


The Most Serene Republic of San Marino is a country in the Apennine Mountains. It is an enclave, completely surrounded by Italy. One of the European microstates, San Marino is the smallest protectorate state in the world both in terms of area and by population – it has the smallest population of all the members of the Council of Europe. According to tradition, San Marino is the oldest constitutional republic in the world still existing: it was founded in the year 301 by Marinus of Rab, a Christian stonemason fleeing the religious persecution of Roman Emperor Diocletian. San Marino has the oldest written constitution still in effect, dating back to 1600.