The region’s restaurants have prepared for the winter season with extensive hygiene and safety measures to ensure a safe and relaxing dining experience.
1. Which rules apply in restaurants, ski huts, mountain huts, bars and cafés?
Hospitality businesses can serve guests from 05:00 until 22:00 (currently). Guests in restaurants, cafés, huts, etc. must also provide their contact details for the purposes of contact tracing. The following things must be observed when visiting a restaurant:
- Face masks must be worn in enclosed areas when walking to and from your seat (also applies to entrance areas, toilets, self-service areas, etc.)
- Maintain a distance of at least one metre to other people outside your own group.
- Food and drink can only be consumed while seated.
- Wherever possible, book your table in advance.
- Group reservations are possible – however, a maximum of 6 people (indoors) or 12 people (outdoors) plus children are allowed to sit at a single table.
- Wherever possible, use contactless payment.
- Refrain from shaking hands and hugging people.
- Use of the hand sanitiser provided.
- Follow the instructions given by staff.
2. Will après-ski be possible this winter?
Legal regulations drastically restrict après-ski this winter and clearly stipulate that food and drink may only be consumed while seated. This applies to both indoor and outdoor areas. In detail:
- Staff and customers must wear a face masks in enclosed areas – except when eating and drinking.
- A maximum of 6 people (indoors) and 12 people (outdoors) plus children can sit at one table.
- Closing time is at 22:00 (currently).
- Please keep a safe distance from other people and groups.
- Allocated seating is available in indoor and outdoor areas.
- Food and drink may only be consumed while seated.