Dinner is served!
Gourmet dining vacation in South Tyrol – Come on a voyage of discovery through the many-facetted culinary landscape of South Tyrol! Our regional cuisine represents a successful marriage of traditional foods and Mediterranean dishes. And how about a glass of good local wine to go with that? A taste-treat for those who appreciate the finer things in life!
Törggele season is the best of all seasons
The days are growing shorter. The summer fades to a distant memory. Autumn is upon us. And the traditional Törggele Season begins! This ancient South Tyrolean custom takes place just after the grape harvest from early-October till late-November. It includes such authentic taste-treats as roasted “Keschtn” (chestnuts), sour kraut, bacon, homemade sausage, and of course the delicious “new wine.” No friend of South Tyrolean culture should miss this!
Recipes you can try out at home
Whether you like cooking with your partner, the family, or with friends… Cooking together is a fun activity and a great way to socialize. And you can take a little bit of South Tyrol home with you – to recall the happy days you spent here. Here’s one delicious recommendation that we’d like to make: Schlutzkrapfen (Tyrolean ravioli).
Wherever you go in South Tyrol, you’re sure to be impressed by the hospitality you encounter and tasty cuisine you discover. We’ve assembled a list of the best dining establishments in Eppan / Appiano and its environs for our guests. Treat yourself to a delicious pizza at the Meraner Talele in the heart of St. Michael. For three generations, this family has spoiled their guests with tasty dishes and lots of cordiality. Visit the gourmet restaurant Zur Rose in St. Michael if you want to experience elegant dishes prepared by the award-winning chef Herbert Hintner.
Further recommendations: Stroblhof, Gasthof Lipp, Meraner, Oskar
Time for aperitifs!
You won’t have to travel far to experience typical “aperitivo italiano.” Treat yourself to an aperitif before dining in the historic “Old Town” of Bozen / Bolzano. Our recommendation: The exciting and chaotic Fischbänke (fish benches) at the Fruit market: It’s the perfect place to enjoy a cool beer or a summery Aperol Spritz (also known as a “Veneziano”). You might also want to try the best bruschetta variations. The Fischbänke have a lot to offer!