There is a wide selection of places to dine in St. Anton as there are over 60 listed cafes and restaurants, ranging from traditional Tyrolean to international cuisine. With such variation you will always be able to find a restaurant to appetise your palate, all for reasonable prices.
A must visit is the Hospiz Alm in St Christoph for a relaxing traditional lunch.
St. Anton offers a superb range of après-ski, with bars and clubs galore. The atmosphere in this town is simply fantastic and possibilities of going out range from sophisticated bars to traditional style pubs, from lively nightclubs to romantic restaurants. Popular addresses include Bar Cuba, Funky Chicken, Krazy Kangeruh, Picadilly and Mooserwirt, to name just a few.
Besides skiing, St. Anton also has to offer a wide range of leisure activities including ice skating, cinema, tobogganing, curling, bowling, and sleigh rides. Furthermore, there are squash and tennis courts, a ski museum, a great many shops, delightful boutiques, cosy cafes and tempting patisseries to spend your time in.
The exclusive neighbouring resorts of Lech and Zürs are only a short lift or bus ride away and offer further skiing opportunities. Moreover, the beautiful city of Innsbruck is only a train journey of about 1 hour 30 minutes away and most definitely worth a visit.
Visit the Mooserwirt for some of the best après-ski in Europe.
Take a romantic horse drawn sleigh ride into the peaceful Verwall valley. Journey time of approximately 1 hour.
Last Updated: Jan 2010