Innsbruck’s location between Italy and Germany results in a blend of cultures and cuisine. There are a variety of restaurants to suit most tastes, especially Italian and Tyrolean. The recommendations below reflect the cultures that make up and visit the historic city on the Inn River.
La Cantina has become a very popular meeting point in the center of Innsbruck, and not only among the Italians living in the Tyrolean capital. Here you can enjoy the typical Italian breakfast with daily freshly baked cornetti (vuoto-semplice, crema, marmellata, miele, nocciola),a lovingly designed cappuccino, the typical Italian thick hot chocolate (cioccolata calda) or the popular Italian aperitivo.
Due as it is referred to by the locals has fresh pasta and pizza in an unpretentious atmosphere. They have checkered white and red table cloths and the waiters will start any conversation with you in Italian.
If you’ve had enough heavy dishes over the past few days, Dengg might be the perfect spot. It sources local produce, has thoughtful combinations and fresh tastes.
If you’re in the mood for signature cocktails and pizza or fresh pasta the Pizzerei has a modern vibe and tasty plates.
Dianna and Yosi both professional snowboarders before starting the restaurant opened Woosabi last year. They have a collection of boa buns and curries (both hot and cold) that you can try for a change of taste.
If you can’t get enough of Austrian meat dishes, Wilderin is known for it’s local meat and produce. Combinations of flavors are thoughtful but unpretentious.
Your trip leaders can also recommend specific restaurants to suit your tastes. Enjoy your time in Innsbruck!