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Museum Restaurant

Arlberger hay soup with smoked wild boar and lavender served in a bread bowl, and the most succulent Tyrolean beef and trout fished fresh from the pond outside land on your plate at this intimate wood-panelled resta…
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One word: craaaazy. Come teatime Mooserwirt heaves with skiers guzzling beer (the place sells around 5000L a day), dancing to DJ Gerhard’s Eurotrash mix and sweating in their salopettes. The first challenge is to lo…
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m3 Restaurant

A prime people-watching terrace fronts this super-slick restaurant, with vaulted ceilings and art-slung walls. Austro-Italian specialities are presented with an eye for presentation, with flavours striking the right…
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A beautiful 8km uphill hike from St Anton, this mountain hut sits in a tranquil Alpine meadow, where you can often spot marmots if you look carefully. It does a great Brettljause (tasting platter), featuring the che…
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Galzig Bistro

Winningly fresh produce is the secret to the bistro-style dishes served at Galzig, which stretch from gourmet salads (wild herb and berry, for instance) to pasta with king prawns, capers and endives, and rack of suc…
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With glowing faces and frosty fingers, most sledders heading down Rodelbahn stop at this hut located halfway, to warm up with schnapps and a big plate of Schweinshaxe (pork knuckles), Gröstl (Tyrolean potato, egg, b…
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Krazy Kanguruh

Owned by St Anton ski legend and two-time slalom world champion Mario Matt, this slopeside hot spot is loud, fun and jam-packed after 5pm. One too many tequilas will indeed send you bouncing (on skis) back to the va…
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A sunny terrace, feisty schnapps, locals jiggling on the tables, live bands – what more après-ski could one ask for? In summer, there's a wonderful herb garden, treehouse and cow-themed walking trail for kids.
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Fuhrmann Stube

When snow blankets the rooftops, this is a cosy hideaway for tucking into Knödel (dumplings), a carnivorous Tiroler Bauernplatte (Tyrolean farmers’ platter) or a generous helping of strudel.
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Just north of Sennhütte, this shack is always fit to bursting with beery throngs. There’s live music from 3pm to 6pm daily. Yes, the bar stools have legs; yes, you are still sane if not sober.