Seefeld Apres Ski Bars & Restaurants

Seefeld attracts a mostly affluent, older, family-oriented clientele and while après ski is relatively low on the list of Seefeld’s priorities, there are over 20 bars and pubs, three discotheques and a casino to entertain night owls.

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Seefeld Apres Ski Bars

There is live music is at Batzenhäusl in Leutascherstrasse and a 5 o'clock tea dance at the Alt Seefeld and Kurpark Restaurant as well as piano bar music in Hotel Klosterbräu.

There is dancing at the Fundisco Jeep in Olympiastrasse, which is opposite Siglu, a small Igloo bar outside Hotel Klosterbräu, which is always full and claims to play rock music through till sunrise or the last client leaves. Wildfang in Bahnhofstrasse, underneath Hotel Karwendelhof is a sophisticated late bar for night owls.

Fledermaus at Casino Seefeld is currently the in disco-bar in Seefeld. The casino itself spices up the month of February with its annual Casino Seefeld Body Painting Award, sponsored by Svarovski. The "After Paint" Party in Bar Fledermaus offers an opportunity for the public to mix with the models, not something you get at every ski resort.

The casino has recently celebrated its 40 years anniversary. As well as being a good place for after dinner gambling, Casino Seefeld ( also organises all kind of gambling including the Baccara World Championships, Poker Challenge and Black Jack tournaments.

Batzenhäusl Tel: +43 5212 2292
Kurpark Restaurant Tel: + 43 5212 2191
Fundisco Jeep Tel: +43 5212 2191
Hotel Klosterbräu Tel: +43 5212 2621
Wildfang Tel: +43 5212 2340
Fledermaus Tel: +43 5212 2340

Seefeld Restaurants

What Seefeld lacks in vibrant après-ski it makes up for in good restaurants. There are some 40 restaurants in this comparatively small town, many of which like Südtiroler Stube have been in business for decades if not centuries.

The Südtiroler Stube in Reitherspitzstrasse is a sequence of small interlinked rooms offering meat dishes of all kind, grilled on charcoal as their speciality. The Hotel Klosterbräu in Klosterstrasse has been in business even longer and its Ritter Oswald Stube was awarded two Gault Millau "toques" in 2007. The hotel's 500 year old wine cellar makes for an atmosheric dining experience by candlelight

Kracherle Moos in Moosweg 758 consists of four rooms carved out of old Tyrolean farm houses. Excellent cuisine, all four of them, in a very cosy Tyrolean style with tile stoves each of them in a different colour.

Erlebniswirtshaus Alt-Seefeld in Klosterstraße is new and unusual in having a both a range of décor styles and a show kitchen. Good terrace service in winter and summer. The home made pastries and strudels and Sachertorte are recommended

Waldgasthof Triendlsäge at Triendlsäge 259 is a rural Tyrolean gasthaus that gets its name from the old saw mill (restored in 2000). Dishes tend to be Tyrolean specialities using fresh local farm produce plus seasonal venison and locally picked wild mushrooms. Many couples arrange in advance to arrive by horse drawn carriage and walk back after the meal (walking time approximately 30 minutes).

For something more casual Adams Bistro Bar inside the shocking pink Hotel Eden on Münchner-Strasse has a good wine list, comfy leather armchairs and live music on Fridays until midnight.

La Traviata in Dorfplatz is a pizzeria restaurant for those who hanker after Italian food. There is also the Chinarestauarnt Asia on Münchner-Strasse, with all the dragons, lanterns and oriental decor you'd expect of a traditional Chinese restaurant anywhere.

Südtiroler StubeTel: +43 5212 50446
Hotel Klosterbräu Tel: +43 5212 26210
Kracherle Moos Tel: +43 5212 4680
Erlebniswirtshaus Alt-Seefeld Tel: +43 5212 2951
Waldgasthof Triendlsäge Tel: +43 5212 2580
Adams Bistro Bar Tel: +43 5212 50495
La Traviata Pizzeria Tel: +43 5212 5070
Chinarestaurant Asia Tel: +43 5212 3065

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