Photo: Hotel Gletscherblick/Michael Huber

Where to Eat & Drink in St Anton

A detailed guide to eating, drinking and partying in St. Anton.

Best Mountain Restaurants in St Anton

Verwallstube

Arguably St. Anton’s most sophisticated mountain restaurant, the Verwallstube is an award-winning gastronomic restaurant located at 2,085m above sea level. Enjoy lunch on the sunny terrace every day from December to April or book a romantic candlelit dinner on Thursday evenings, when the Galzig gondola runs especially to take diners up to the restaurant. Favourite dishes include rich truffle pasta, locally sourced game and an excellent bouillabaisse. Reservation is strongly recommended.

Thony's

For traditional Tyrolean fare try Thony's, a cosy mountain hut at the foot of the toboggan run where mouth-watering local specialities are served in a great ambience. Try the goulash, dumpling soup and Wiener schnitzel for a hearty lunch on the sunny terrace.

Sennhütte

On a sunny day, the terrace of Sennhütte is the perfect spot to enjoy a delicious Tyrolean speciality, while enjoying fabulous views of St Anton. Located at the bottom of piste 1, it has a welcoming and inviting atmosphere and regular live music. Reachable on foot.


Photo: Arlberger Bergbahnen AG - Verwallstube
Photo: MooserWirt
Photo: Arlberger Bergbahnen AG - Verwallstube
Photo: Chalet Tschoder

Top Mountain Chalets in St Anton

  1. Chalet Tschoder - ski-in/ski-out seven-bedroom chalet perfect for family ski holidays.
  2. Villa Villekula - a stunning ski-in chalet with a sauna and outdoor bathtubs on the terrace.
  3. Fabiola Penthouse - a contemporary ski-in/ski-out apartment located five minutes from the famous Mooserwirt apres-ski bar.

The Best Restaurants in St Anton Centre

Ooben im Mooser

With glorious panoramic views across St. Anton and refined fine dining, Ooben im Mooser is definitely one of St. Anton’s most impressive restaurants, set on the top floor in the eaves of a former farm. Chefs use only the best locally sourced ingredients in their sophisticated contemporary cuisine. Open for dinner and reservation well in advance is essential.

The Museum

The historic Trier villa, dating back to 1912, serves as a museum by day and a charming, candlelit restaurant by night, spread across four central rooms. Serving a fusion of seasonal Austrian-international cuisine and signature dishes such as grilled Tyrolean beef tournedos in Béarnaise sauce, The Museum also offers a sophisticated wine list and is ideal for celebratory occasions. For ultimate convenience apartments Ullr, Galzig and Rendl are just a two-minute walk from The Museum.

M3 Restaurant Hacienda

The M3 Restaurant is an elegant venue in central St. Anton, with simple yet sophisticated décor, offering beautifully served, modern European dishes amidst original works of art and warm furnishings.

Top Chalets in St Anton Centre

  • Chalet Montfort - Perfect for large groups, this inviting chalet with a sauna and massage room is located at the quiet end of the main street.
  • Apartment Soline - Just a three-minute stroll from the Arlmont Hotel, this Tyrolean-style apartment offers pared-back luxury.
  • Sweet Little Home - Located right on the main street, this renovated home has a sauna cabin and hot tub.

Photo: Chalet Montfort
Photo: Apartment Soline
Photo: Sweet Little Home
Photo: Hotel Gletscherblick/Michael Huber

Fine Dining in St Anton

Schwarzer Adler

Located opposite the Arlberg Well, the Hotel Schwarzer Adler serves wonderful local delicacies in the Alte Stube - its 400-year-old Tyrolean parlour. With a menu of mouthwatering Austrian dishes, a charming atmosphere and an extensive wine list, this is a popular restaurant for special occasions. Book your table well in advance if you want to dine in the evening.

The Arlmont Hotel

Located in Nasserein, the Arlmont Hotel has a café beside the pistes, where good local food is served on a large terrace. The chic bar serves Austrian-style tapas, perfect for après-ski nibbles, while the à la carte restaurant is the setting for a memorable evening dining experience. Here diners can enjoy a range of innovative dishes inspired by local ingredients with an international flavour.

Best Après-Ski in St Anton

Mooserwirt

One of the most well-known bars in Europe, the infamous MooserWirt opened its doors for the first time in 1989 and has been the best place to party ever since. Located on the blue Galzig piste, you’ll find table-top dancing and great music provided by legendary DJ Gerhard, with beer and Jagermeister the drinks of choice. Open daily from 11am for food and from 3.30pm for après during the season.

Krazy Kanguruh

Also situated on the blue Galzig piste is the Krazy Kanguruh, one of the oldest bars in St. Anton, dating back to 1965. Nowadays it is still the place to be for amazing après-ski parties right on the piste, as the terrace of the bar is transformed into the largest open-air dance floor in the area.

Taps

Continue the theme of piste-side drinking and entertainment and head to the nearby super-fun après bar of Taps, where you’ll find a lovely sun terrace and a happy hour. Enjoy a dish of their legendary chilli beef nachos after a hard session of skiing.

Anton Bar

Away from the masses, there’s a chilled ambience at the Anton Bar. With a welcoming open fire and chill-out music, the pace is definitely more laid-back and relaxed than you can find elsewhere on the slopes. Any visitor lucky enough to have Anton in their name (Antonia, Anthony etc) will receive a special gift and a chance to join the wall of fame.

Photo: Mooserwirt

Best Nightlife in St Anton

Bobo's

Located in the Hotel Kristall, Bobo’s is a Tex Mex food and cocktail bar with live music several times a week, regular DJs and karaoke. Hugely popular with Scandinavians in particular, and famous for its tequila drinking, it has one of the best atmospheres in St. Anton.

Horny Bull

One of the best venues for live music with special events, international DJs and a great club atmosphere. The name might be a little unusual, but it is a great bar to visit for a drink and and dance into the wee small hours.

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