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Schöneck

Schöneck

One of the most attractive and exceptional culinary venues in town is Alfred Miller’s Schöneck – inn since 1899, a picturesque restaurant near the Innsbruck Weiherburg with an enchanting garden and great views. Schöneck has been one of Innsbruck's leading restaurants for many years now. The small, exquisite selection of dishes - you can compose your meal choosing from two set menus - is outstanding with regard to perfection and creativity, a harmonious blend of local and international cuisine.
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Lichtblick

Lichtblick

Located on the top floor of the stylish Rathausgalerien town hall and shopping mall, it qualifies as one of Innsbruck’s most spectacular gourmet havens simply for its view. Here also the food is on a truly elevated level: Inspired by vast skies and metropoli-tan flair, the menu surprises with a visionary blend of Austrian cuisine, Mediterranean flair and Asian flavours. The adjacent 360° wine bar and lounge is under the same management - and a great place to sample fine wines while enjoying fabu-lous panoramic views of Innsbruck and the surrounding mountain scenery.
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Wilder Mann

Wilder Mann

Wilder Mann in Lans keeps scoring top points for its authentic Tyrolean and Austrian cuisine prepared from locally sourced ingredients, many of them produced at the family farm. At this sophisticated country inn you can expect classic local treats such as ‘Tafelspitzsülzchen’ (prime boiled beef in aspic), ‘Kalbszüngerl’ (veal tongue), ‘Ter-laner Weinsuppe’ (beef broth with cinnamon croutons and wine) or ‘Tiroler Bauern-gröstl’, a rich, pan-fried potato dish.
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Dining

Wilderin

Authentic regionality is a key at die Wilderin restaurant in Innsbruck’s historic Old Town. For manager Claudia Kogler and chef Alexander Reis and his team it is essential to know exactly where ingredients are produced and by whom. This concept is clearly reflected in the menu, where you find modern interpretations of classic Austri-an treats including tender boiled rump of ‘Tyrolean Grey’ beef and succulent roasted duck or a delicious dessert prepared with raw milk joghurt and gingerbread.
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Dining

Café Sacher

A glance at the menu – featuring rich Viennese soup, authentic Wienerschnitzel or fried chicken alongside hearty Tyrolean Gröstl with potatoes and meat – takes diners back to the culinary pleasures of the Habsburg era. Original Sachertorte is of course the dessert of choice, and during the summer months you can enjoy these classical delicacies in an intimate outdoor setting at the inner courtyard of Innsbruck’s Imperial Palace. An exquisite range of carefully selected wines complements the traditional culinary treats, lovingly prepared with predominantly locally sourced ingredients.
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