Besides their famous breadsticks – including a sweet, chocolate coated version – bread and biscuits, they sell some deli products traditional of Cortina: canederli, casunziei and spätzle.
Good quality ingredients, use of organic flour and a well managed proving process are some of the distinticive features of this bakery, where chemical boosters and animal fat are banned.
Baita Pié Tofana is a splendind chalet immersed in the nature of the Ampezzo Dolomites and the ideal place to escape the city in the summer and to relax in the winter.
An intimate, cosy ambience in which to sample the flavour of conviviality and to abandon yourself to the natural intensity and vitality of the menu at La Corte del Lampone.
La Perla picks carefully every ingredient: they need to be fresh, genuine and their origin and preservation of the best quality.
At Royal Café you can enjoy an Italian breakfast, a quick gourmet break or an aperitif with friends.
Since 1985 the Ghedina family has been producing fresh sweet and savoury baked goods, selling cakes, doughnuts and small pizzas at the shop attached to the bakery.
Renowned for après ski and aperitifs in the outside terrace, in many cases entertained by DJ sets and live music.
The small agriturismo is situated not too far from Cortina on the road leading to the Tre Croci Pass, in the biggest forest of larches in Europe.
The refuge was built by the alpine guide Lorenzo Lorenzi, who still runs it together with his family, and it has breathtaking views over the 5 Torri area.
The stylish atmosphere and the good cooking have made the Ariston one of the most famous restaurants of Cortina. The Piccolin family has run it with passion for over thirty years.
Hidden in the forests, in the very heart of the Ampezzo mountains, there is a magical place that offers fine dining in a fairy tale setting.