The Dolomites Restaurants

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  • 1. Alois Lageder Paradeis

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    Just off of the Strada del Vino (Wine Road), this charming eatery and wine bar lets you indulge in seasonal dishes while sampling some of...

    Just off of the Strada del Vino (Wine Road), this charming eatery and wine bar lets you indulge in seasonal dishes while sampling some of the biodynamic wines produced by one of the Trentino area’s most well-known vintners. When the weather’s nice, dining in the pretty courtyard among lemon trees, with mountaintops visible just behind, really lives up to the “paradise” name.

    Via Casòn Hirschprunn 1, Margrè, Trentino-Alto Adige, 39040, Italy
    0471-809580

    Known For

    • Gorgeous garden-like setting
    • Organic ingredients, including produce from their veggie garden
    • Chance to sample older vintages for a great price

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Sun. No dinner
  • 2. Locanda Margon

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    Inside an elegant country house perched atop a steep hill and set amongst the vineyards, about a 10-minute drive south of Trento’s center, talented chef...

    Inside an elegant country house perched atop a steep hill and set amongst the vineyards, about a 10-minute drive south of Trento’s center, talented chef Edoardo Fumagalli creates thoroughly modern cuisine that pairs perfectly with the Lunelli family’s sparkling Ferrari wines. Choose from three tasting menus, which feature local ingredients such as Garda lemons, ricotta from the surrounding farm, and Dolomite trout roe; for lighter appetites, the more casual bistro next door offers á la carte dishes.

    Via Margone di Ravina 15, Trento, Trentino-Alto Adige, 38123, Italy
    0461-349401

    Known For

    • Panoramic vineyard vistas
    • Liberal use of ingredients from the surrounding area
    • Beautifully plated dishes

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Tues. No dinner Mon.
  • 3. Oberraut

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    Drive up into the hills about 12 minutes northeast of Brunico to reach this charming chalet-style family-run eatery, which has an expansive terrace with great...

    Drive up into the hills about 12 minutes northeast of Brunico to reach this charming chalet-style family-run eatery, which has an expansive terrace with great views overlooking the mountains. Hearty dishes use local ingredients—including meat from their farm, vegetables from their gardens and greenhouses, and grain from their own mill—and the delightful servers are happy to recommend seasonal specialties.

    Via Ameto 1, Brunico, Trentino-Alto Adige, 39031, Italy
    0474-559977

    Known For

    • Zero-kilometer philosophy
    • Deer and beef dishes
    • Alpine vistas

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Thurs.
  • 4. Prezioso

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    South Tyrol native Egon Heiss uses ingredients from Castel Fragsburg’s gardens as well as produce from nearby organic farms, and meat and fish from area...

    South Tyrol native Egon Heiss uses ingredients from Castel Fragsburg’s gardens as well as produce from nearby organic farms, and meat and fish from area producers, to create his beautiful versions of hyperlocal dishes. Delicious items on Prezioso’s five-course tasting menus may include potato dumplings with alpine cheese, alpine salmon, and lamb from the Funes Valley—traditional cuisine elevated by modern preparations and artful presentations.

    Via Fragsburg 3, Merano, Trentino-Alto Adige, 39012, Italy
    0473-244071

    Known For

    • Refined local cuisine
    • Organic ingredients
    • Mountainside setting

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Sun., Mon., and mid-Nov.–mid-Apr. No lunch
  • 5. Restaurant Apostelstube

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    In a pretty Art Deco setting inside Hotel Elephant, wunderkind chef Mathias Bachmann whips up beautifully presented and creative Italian cuisine with an Asian flair...

    In a pretty Art Deco setting inside Hotel Elephant, wunderkind chef Mathias Bachmann whips up beautifully presented and creative Italian cuisine with an Asian flair in his nightly six-course tasting menus. Dishes change with the seasons, but if they're on the menu, don't miss the nori tartlet with asparagus or Hokkaido wagyu with miso and black applesauce.

    Via Rio Bianco 4, Bressanone, Trentino-Alto Adige, 39042, Italy
    0472-832750

    Known For

    • Using seasonal products
    • Thoughtful wine pairings
    • Elegant atmosphere

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Mon.–Thurs. No lunch
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  • 6. Ristorante Refugio Col Alt

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    From town, take the Col Alt cable car—or a snowcat (by reservation only) for dinner on Wednesday and Friday—to this surprisingly modern restaurant with amazing...

    From town, take the Col Alt cable car—or a snowcat (by reservation only) for dinner on Wednesday and Friday—to this surprisingly modern restaurant with amazing panoramas from 6,562 feet. The wide-ranging menu features everything from salads to hearty fried potatoes, eggs, and bacon (perfect after a morning of skiing), and the interesting wine list is heavy on natural producers, since the affable owner is a fan and often has local winemakers in for tastings.

    Strada Col Alt 1, Corvara, Trentino-Alto Adige, 39033, Italy
    0471-836324

    Known For

    • Unbeatable vistas
    • An enormous terrace
    • Memorable wines at affordable prices

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed mid-Apr.–late June and late Sept.–early Dec.
  • 7. SanBrite

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    Most of the ingredients, including fabulous handmade cheeses and butter, used at this charming Michelin-starred organic dairy-turned-eatery (whose name means “healthy pasture”) come from the...

    Most of the ingredients, including fabulous handmade cheeses and butter, used at this charming Michelin-starred organic dairy-turned-eatery (whose name means “healthy pasture”) come from the family farm, Agriturismo El Brite de Larieto, perched 1,800 meters (5,900 feet) above the sea. Out of this local bounty, chef Riccardo Gaspari and his wife Ludovica craft impressive and highly personal dishes you’ll find nowhere else in the Dolomites, such as the signature spaghetti with mountain pine oil and scent of the forest ice cream.

    Via Alverà, Cortina d'Ampezzo, Veneto, 32043, Italy
    0436-863882

    Known For

    • Farm-to-table cuisine
    • Six-course tasting menu (plus à la carte dishes)
    • Stunning mountain views

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Wed., May–early June, and Nov.
  • 8. Schlosswirt Juval

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    Reinhold Messner's restored farmhouse, which is below Castel Juval, holds an old-style restaurant serving traditional local dishes. Not to be missed are the smoked hams...

    Reinhold Messner's restored farmhouse, which is below Castel Juval, holds an old-style restaurant serving traditional local dishes. Not to be missed are the smoked hams and flavorful cheeses provided by the farm outside; they are well paired with the estate's Castel Juval wine.

    Juval 2, Castelbello, Trentino-Alto Adige, 39020, Italy
    0473-668056

    Known For

    • Mountaintop dining
    • Farm-to-table fare
    • Local wine

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Wed. and Nov.–mid-Mar.; dinner by reservation only
  • 9. Sissi

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    The sterile surroundings of this restaurant, a short walk from Via dei Portici, belie its culinary delights—namely, rustic regional dishes reenergized and prepared with precision....

    The sterile surroundings of this restaurant, a short walk from Via dei Portici, belie its culinary delights—namely, rustic regional dishes reenergized and prepared with precision. Three-, five-, and seven-course tasting menus change according to the chef's whim and the season, but they usually include a modernized vitello tonnato (veal with tuna sauce), delightful homemade pasta and dumplings, and decadent meat dishes such as veal stewed in Lagrein, the area's renowned red wine; vegetarian options are also available.

    Via Galilei 44, Merano, Trentino-Alto Adige, 39012, Italy
    0473-231062

    Known For

    • Varied tasting menu
    • Fantastic wine list
    • Highly polished service

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Mon. and late Jan.–mid-Mar. No lunch Tues., Reservations essential
  • 10. St. Hubertus

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    In a laid-back, welcoming setting at the Rosa Alpina hotel, chef Norbert Niederkofler oversees one of the Alto Adige's most highly regarded restaurants, where seasonal...

    In a laid-back, welcoming setting at the Rosa Alpina hotel, chef Norbert Niederkofler oversees one of the Alto Adige's most highly regarded restaurants, where seasonal products sourced exclusively from the region are transformed into delicacies on a 12-course tasting menu. Servers thoroughly explain the provenance of the seemingly simple yet multilayered dishes, which can be paired with wines from all over the world, though there's a slant toward small local producers.

    Strada Micurá de Rü 20, San Cassiano, Trentino-Alto Adige, 39036, Italy
    0471-849500

    Known For

    • Hyperlocal cuisine
    • Bold use of fermentation
    • Zero-waste philosophy, all parts of ingredients are used

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Mon., Tues., Apr.–early June, and late Sept.–early Dec.
  • 11. Vögelino

    $ | Italian

    The more casual little sister to long-standing favorite Vögele serves coffee and croissants for breakfast, plus all manner of focaccia, ice cream and cake, and...

    The more casual little sister to long-standing favorite Vögele serves coffee and croissants for breakfast, plus all manner of focaccia, ice cream and cake, and aperitivo (think stuzzichini, or savory Italian snacks, and Aperol spritz) all day long. The prime spot on bustling Piazza Walther is perfect for people-watching while catching some rays.

    Piazza Walther 2, Bolzano, Trentino-Alto Adige, 39100, Italy
    0338-8485646

    Known For

    • Focaccia of the day
    • Fine selection of wine and cocktails
    • Pleasant central location

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Sun. No dinner
  • 12. Wirtshaus Vögele

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    Ask locals where they like to dine out, and odds are they'll tell you Vögele, one of the area's oldest inns, where the menu features...

    Ask locals where they like to dine out, and odds are they'll tell you Vögele, one of the area's oldest inns, where the menu features Tyrolean standards such as canederli (bread dumplings) with speck and venison. The classic wood-paneled dining room on the ground level is often packed, but don't despair—the restaurant has two additional floors.

    Goethestr 3, Bolzano, Trentino-Alto Adige, 39100, Italy
    0471-973938

    Known For

    • Friendly vibe
    • Late dining
    • Local dishes

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Sun. No dinner Sat.
  • 13. Antica Birreria Pedavena

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    Come for the beer—several varieties are brewed in-house and served in this charismatic beer hall—and stay for the meals that include wursts, meat and cheese...

    Come for the beer—several varieties are brewed in-house and served in this charismatic beer hall—and stay for the meals that include wursts, meat and cheese platters, pizzas, and huge salads. Smaller wood-paneled dining rooms and a summer terrace allow for more peaceful dining.

    Piazza di Fiera 13, Trento, Trentino-Alto Adige, 38100, Italy
    0461-986255

    Known For

    • Fine selection of brewed-in-house beers
    • Typical Bavarian meats
    • Enormous beer hall

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Tues.
  • 14. Batzen Häusl

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    Locals hold animated conversations over pints of beer in this modern take on a traditional stube. Tasty South Tyrolean specialties include bierspeckknodeln (homemade beer bacon...

    Locals hold animated conversations over pints of beer in this modern take on a traditional stube. Tasty South Tyrolean specialties include bierspeckknodeln (homemade beer bacon dumplings) and bauerngröstl (beef, onion, and potato fry-up), and there's also a wide menu of salads, pastas, and burgers.  This is a good place for a late bite, as food is served until 1 am most nights (midnight on Sunday).

    Via Andreas Hofer 30, Bolzano, Trentino-Alto Adige, 39100, Italy
    0471-050950

    Known For

    • Convivial atmosphere
    • Home-brewed beer on tap
    • Late-night dining
  • 15. Bistro 7

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    A hip young crowd frequents the ground-floor bar of this modern bistro in the town's central arcade. Upstairs in the stylish dining room, an older...

    A hip young crowd frequents the ground-floor bar of this modern bistro in the town's central arcade. Upstairs in the stylish dining room, an older crowd enjoys both contemporary cooking—heavy on beef, venison, and other meat specialties, including calf's liver—and attentive service.

    Lauben 232, Merano, Trentino-Alto Adige, 39012, Italy
    0473-210636

    Known For

    • Welcoming atmosphere
    • Fine wines
    • Central location

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Sun.
  • 16. Cascina Zeledria

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    Although most of Madonna's visitors dine at resort hotels, Italians consider an on-mountain meal in a remote, rustic refuge like this one to be an...

    Although most of Madonna's visitors dine at resort hotels, Italians consider an on-mountain meal in a remote, rustic refuge like this one to be an indispensable part of a proper ski week. You can drive or hike up in summer months, but in winter, you ski, snowshoe, or are collected by a Sno-Cat and ferried 10 minutes up the slopes; once there, you'll sit down to grill your own meats and vegetables over stone griddles.  You must call in advance to reserve a table and arrange transportation. 

    Località Zeledria, Madonna di Campiglio, Trentino-Alto Adige, 38086, Italy
    0465-440303

    Known For

    • Authentic experience in a rural mountain setting
    • House specialty mushrooms and polenta
    • Local wine

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed May–mid-June and mid-Sept.–Nov., Reservations essential
  • 17. Ferrari Spazio Bollicine Nabucco

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    Although it has a stylish black-and-white color scheme, this restaurant/wine bar nevertheless has the feel of a rustic, intimate chalet. Settle into pleasant surroundings for...

    Although it has a stylish black-and-white color scheme, this restaurant/wine bar nevertheless has the feel of a rustic, intimate chalet. Settle into pleasant surroundings for an après-ski aperitif or a light meal made with local ingredients and paired with the sparkling wines of Ferrari, a well-known Trentino vintner.

    Piazza Righi B3, Madonna di Campiglio, Trentino-Alto Adige, 38086, Italy
    0465-440756

    Known For

    • Predinner cocktails
    • Intimate atmosphere
    • Central location

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed May–Nov.
  • 18. Hopfen & Co.

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    Fried white würstel (sausage), sauerkraut, and grilled ribs complement the excellent home-brewed Austrian-style pilsner and wheat beer at this bustling pub-restaurant. Hopfen & Co. attracts...

    Fried white würstel (sausage), sauerkraut, and grilled ribs complement the excellent home-brewed Austrian-style pilsner and wheat beer at this bustling pub-restaurant. Hopfen & Co. attracts Bolzano's students, young professionals, and tourists alike.

    Obstplatz 17, Bolzano, Trentino-Alto Adige, 39100, Italy
    0471-300788

    Known For

    • Home-brewed beer
    • Bustling atmosphere
    • Traditional pub environment
  • 19. La Stüa de Michil

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    You’ll feel like you’re dining in a traditional Alto Adige hut at the Perla hotel's critically acclaimed restaurant, which features wood-beamed ceilings. Menu items are...

    You’ll feel like you’re dining in a traditional Alto Adige hut at the Perla hotel's critically acclaimed restaurant, which features wood-beamed ceilings. Menu items are complex, modern takes on regional cuisine: even a simple veal dish might be served with reserve Alpine cheese and black truffle.

    Strada Col Alt 105, Corvara, Trentino-Alto Adige, 39033, Italy
    0471-831000

    Known For

    • Romantic atmosphere
    • Interesting wine pairings (not all Italian)
    • Daring ingredient combinations

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Sun., Apr.–late June, and late Sept.–early Dec. No lunch
  • 20. La Tavernetta

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    These Tirolean-style wood-paneled dining rooms near the Olympic ice-skating rink are a Cortina institution. Join the local clientele in sampling terrific pizza along with house...

    These Tirolean-style wood-paneled dining rooms near the Olympic ice-skating rink are a Cortina institution. Join the local clientele in sampling terrific pizza along with house specialties such as pasta with pork, radicchio, and ricotta, and ravioli with beetroot.

    Via Castello 53, Cortina d'Ampezzo, Veneto, 32043, Italy
    0436-868102

    Known For

    • Typical dishes
    • Nice wine selection
    • House-made desserts

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Tues. No lunch Mon. or Wed.

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