Cervinia’s has lively apres ski with plenty of bars in the centre of the village and lots of good restaurants for eating out, ranging from good value pizzerias to high quality, expensive restaurants.
Cervinia's compact village centre has a lively, cosmopolitan feel. The pedestrianised area is pleasant to stroll in with some good boutiques and shops, and plenty of lively bars, clubs and convivial cafes. Ymeletrob is a popular bar located next door to the Hotel Maquignaz and the Gasoline is a lively bar with late opening. The Yeti close to the Cretaz lifts, offers an internet service and also serves a selection of tasty nibbles with your apres ski drink. Copa Pan is a bustling, centrally located bar above the restaurant of the same name and Cafè des Guides offers a more relaxed, laid back atmosphere. The Dragon is a lively and informal pub with satellite TV and Bianconiglio is a stylish club in the centre of Cervinia and a good option later in the evening.
A new apres ski bar at the Principe delle Nevi (Alpe Giomein) just off the red piste between Plan Torrette and Cretaz, is a great place to end the day in a ski in - ski out location with a lively atmosphere and spacious sunny terrace. The Cafe Le Samovar, on Cervinia's main street, is a comfortable place to relax after a day on the slopes. Choose a slice of delicious cake or some homemade biscuits to enjoy alongside a cup of tea or hot chocolate. The Samovar also has a spacious terrace overlooking the river to the rear of the cafe.
The Metzelet offers great food and is a fun place to enjoy a relaxing drink or tasty snack while admiring the stunning views of the Matterhorn and the Grande Murailles from the sunny terrace. It's in a lovely spot close to the cross-country trails and is also favoured by Cervinia locals as a location for deer spotting.
The Grivola restaurant offers a varied menu with great food, including excellent pizza, and good service. Jour et Nuit, is a lively restaurant - good for both steaks and pizzas, which are baked in the wood fired oven. The Copa Pan and the Matterhorn are both popular, with the Matterhorn having good vegetarian options.
La Table Ronde offers good, wholesome cuisine in a lovely setting and the Hotel Neiges d'Antan, 2km from Cervinia, is well known for its excellent restaurant and cosy Alpine atmosphere. In the Alpe Giomein area, the traditional Bricole is worth trying and offers a good mixed grill.