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Food and drinks are provided for skiers at the many cozy mountain huts that are distributed throughout the entire ski resort. Most of the restaurants are full service restaurants serving high quality food. The highest concentration of restaurants is found on the Seceda, the sunny pleasure-seekers mountain above St. Christina.
36 Mountain restaurants & Ski huts
At the Fermeda quad chairlift on the Seceda at 2410 m
The Sofie Hütte is the highest hut on the Seceda and offers the largest wine cellar with select wines in the Dolomites. You can enjoy quality cuisine and wines in the cozy dining rooms with large panorama windows and a perfect view of the Langkofel. You will be treated to grilled king prawns, lamb, steak or homemade pasta with porcini mushrooms. South Tyrolean specialties are also served. From tasty appetizers to sophisticated desserts, you can please your palate. The sun terrace with a view of the Langkofel is welcoming when the weather is nice. No wishes are left unanswered here!
Located on Piz Sella at 2154 m
The Comici Hütte is the highest fish restaurant in the Dolomites. Fresh fish from the Adriatic is served here daily. The Comici-Apéro, directly in front of the restaurant is very recommendable. When the weather is nice, the sun terrace is inviting.
On the Sella Joch
The ski hut looks much smaller from that outside than it actually is. The Fienile Monte Hütte is located in the outermost section of the Gröden ski resort on the Sella Joch. High quality cuisine and fine wines are served here. One of the largest wine cellars of all the huts in the Dolomites is found here.
On Piz Seteur at 2063 m
The Piz Seteur Hütte offers a unique sun terrace, typical dining rooms and an overwhelming panoramic view. Guests can dine "à la carte" at lunch. A visit to the long bar is a must. Twice a week, music and entertainment is provided directly on the ski slope with a DJ and dancing girls.
At the Fermeda quad chairlift on Seceda at 2240 m
A fine selection of famous South Tyrolean and Italian wines as well as the finest grappa, fruit brandies, cognac and armagnac will please the palates of every gourmet. South Tyrolean specialties are served. When the weather is nice, a large sun terrace with a beautiful view of the Langkofel welcomes guests.
On the Col Raiser valley run
The main focus in the Gamsblut Hütte is on typical, local cuisine. There are many dishes to enjoy here - from a small snack (Jause) to a hearty meal and even delicious desserts.
At the base station of the Panorama ski lift on the Dantercepies at 2130 m
The Panoramahütte was built in 1963 and serves regional cuisine with tradition. The friendly employees still serve wearing traditional costumes (Tracht). The cozy dining rooms invite you to relax a while. When the weather is nice, a large sun terrace with bar welcomes guests.
On the Sellajoch at 2225 m
The Salei Hütte was built in 1967 and completely renovated in 2006. A self-service restaurant, bars, a pizzeria and a full service restaurant are found at the Salei Hütte. The Kaiserschmarrn (traditional pancake dish) is famous beyond Gröden's borders.
On the Seceda valley run
Cozy mountain restaurant with South Tyrolean specialties. It is the perfect place to end your ski day, in front of the open fire with a drink.
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