Restaurants in Schenna

Due to the central location, you have a wide selection of restaurants and bars to choose from in the immediate vicinity. In order to avoid waiting times, we recommend making a reservation.

Our recommendations are:

Restaurant - Eiscafè Mair Stub`m

The Mair Stub`m is located directly below the Prairerhof. It is run by one of our family members. The Mair Stub`m offers you traditional local cuisine at a special price-performance ratio!
Large portions and a special passion in dealing with guests await you there.

www.mairstubm.com - +39 0473 945 344 - closed on Saturdays

Thurnerhof inn

Traditional South Tyrolean food awaits you in the old premises of the Thurnerhof inn.
The inn can be reached on foot in 10 minutes or by car in 3 minutes.

www.thurnerhof-schenna.com - +39 0473 945 702 - Closed on Mondays -

Schlosswirt restaurant

The Schlosswirt is located in the center of the village of Schenna and, in addition to the hotel, also offers a restaurant which is freely accessible to all guests.

www.schlosswirt.it - +39 0473 945620 - closed on Mondays

Restaurant - Pizzeria - Soulfood Schenna Lido

The Schenna outdoor pool can be reached on foot via the Mitterplattweg or by car in 5 minutes. The culinary offer is based primarily on wholesome, regional and seasonal products.

+39 333 1733859

Restaurant Pizzeria Schennerhof

The Schennerhof is a 3-minute walk away. Next to the hotel we also offer a restaurant-pizzeria.

+39 0473 945623 - closed on Tuesdays

Berggasthof Gsteier

The Berggasthof Gsteier is located at the middle station of the Merano 2000 cable car and is an ideal hiking destination. Above all, South Tyrolean specialties and a wonderful panoramic view await you.
Hearty music every Tuesday and every first Thursday of the month (May-October) from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., Thursday is dumpling day. Open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. from the end of March to the beginning of November.

www.hohenwart.com/haus-gsteier - +39 0473 944400

Rural pub Zmailer Hof

From the Schennerberg, the Zmailer-Hof looks out over the Merano valley basin and far over the Adige Valley and is an ideal hiking destination. Parts of the old farmhouse are under monument protection, such as the kitchen, the hallway or the beautiful frescoes at the entrance to the house. On the sun terrace or in the cozy farmhouse parlor, guests can enjoy tasty farm specialties. The excellent juices are worth a visit on their own. A must for all connoisseurs!

Opening times: Open daily from mid-March to the end of November. In the evening only by reservation. July and August closed on Fridays.

Tel. +39 0473 945 881 - Mobile +39 331 2918876

Restaurants in Merano

Merano also has some very good restaurants. We always recommend to reserve

Our recommendations are:

Restaurant - Pizzeria Tanner

The Pizzeria Tanner is one of the best restaurants in the Merano area.

www.pizzeriatanner.it - +39 0473 236558 - closed on Tuesdays

Restaurant Pizzeria Mösl

The Pizzeria Mösl is particularly known for its pizza size. It is even said that it is the "largest pizza in South Tyrol". In addition to the pizzeria, the restaurant also offers international cuisine.

www.pizzeria-moesel.it - +39 0473 210780 - closed on Wednesdays

Pizzeria La Bruschetta

La Bruschetta is a traditional Italian restaurant with special offers from Italian cuisine. Friday is fish day! On Fridays, the topic of fish is particularly emphasized. A recommendation for all fish lovers.

www.labruschettamerano.com - +39 0473 233290 - closed on Mondays

Törggelen

What does the Törggelen custom mean and how did it come about?

In autumn, wine lovers visited the winegrowers to taste the new vintage. The innkeepers, who bought their tap wine directly from the producer, also checked the quality of the new vintage directly at the source. The farmers also served dishes typical of the season, such as barley soup, meat platter with sauerkraut and chestnuts.

When is "Törggele Time"?

The Törggele season begins at the beginning of October as soon as the chestnuts are ripe and ends at the end of November, i.e. before the beginning of the contemplative Advent season.

The traditional Törggelen takes place in combination with a nice hike through the grapevines.

Where does the term “Törggelen” come from?

The new wine was originally tasted in the wine cellar. There stood the wooden wine press, whose name “Torggl” comes from the Latin torquere - press. The convivial round with food and drink then took its course in the room.

From October 6th to November 3rd, 2020, weekly hikes on the topic of "wine" are organized with a cozy stop in a beech tavern from TV Schenna, where a Marend board, roast chestnuts and hearty music are of course not missing!

Our Törgelle recommendations:

- Köstenthalerhof in Schenna - 2.9 km - Arrival and departure possible by bus and / or on foot!

- Zmailerhof - 3.8 km - reachable on foot

- Rauthof - " Törggelen at the origin " - 6 km - 9 minutes by car

- Schnalshuberhof - " Törggelen at the origin " - 11 km - 22 minutes by car