The Rifugio Averau has been listed by the Sunday Times between the ten best restaurants of the Alps.
This place mixes together the beauty and the charm of the Monti Pallidi (the Dolomites) and the professionalism of the Siorpaes family who has run it for over 50 years.
Rifugio Mietres offers a 360° view on the Dolomites of the Ampezzo Valley and a menu of simple, traditional dishes like canederli, casunziei and platters of cheese and cold cuts, with particular attention to the seasonality of the ingredients.
Recommended in the most prestigious cooking guides, the Baita Fraina Restaurant goes hand in hand with professionalism and quality.
In local Ampezzo dialect, "san" means healthy and the name was chosen to reflect the idea of a healthy farm house with a traditional kitchen, like that of the Gaspari Family, purveyors of local food traditions in Cortina since 2004.
Located in the Tofane area, Rifugio Duca d’Aosta, takes advantage of one of most beautiful views over the Ampezzo Valley.
Faloria Mountain Spa Resort Restaurant, located in Zuel di Sopra, welcomes its guests in a cozy and modern space with a stunning view on the Dolomites. The exciting combination of Mediterranean and traditional Ampezzo cuisine satisfies everyone.
It is one of the highest mountain chalets in Cortina at 2752 meter high. Its balcony is so famous thanks to astonishing views over the Dolomites that it has been mentioned on important magazines in Italy and abroad.
Located at the bottom of the Tofane mountain group , Il Meloncino Restaurant is a true cooking establishment.
Fabio Pompanin and his wife Lorena always have a friendly welcome for their guests. Simple and well looked after, the restaurant offers international cooking matched by a good wine selection.
The Faloria Refuge, situated at the start of the Faloria cable car, at an altitude of 2.123 m, offers a particularly well prepared cuisine with local specialities and a touch of refinement.