Restaurants in The Dolomites

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 Iacopo Lenci, the 26-year-old owner, serves serious beer and formidable pub grub inside this cavernous repurposed farmhouse, next to a sweet... Read More

High above town, Castel Fragsburg turns out locavore dishes such as grilled fillet of Tyrolean ox and goose liver accompanied by a tonka-bean brioche. Read More

Local meats are the house specialty: Try the pork cheeks in a red-wine reduction and the beef carpaccio. Read More

Just below the jagged, 10,000-foot-high Sassolungo peak sits this popular lunchtime spot which offers grilled fish and generously portioned tiramisu. Read More

South Tyrolean specialties are served in a wood-paneled stube. Read More

Northern Italian cuisine made with regional ingredients such as tortelloni stuffed with chamois and wild-berry butter. Read More

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