A common question that we get is where are the best places to go for a drink in Mayrhofen.
There are many great places to drink in Mayrhofen. The bars mentioned below are our favourites. This is not a sponsored post, rather an overview of our favourite places to go.
There is something for every taste and every budget and so pop along and see for yourselves.
We have organised them geographically starting at the bottom of town at Mike’s Sports Bar ending at Bruck n Stadl.
If you are looking to watch sky sports in Mayrhofen, then Mike’s is the place to be! Multi screens allow them to show all of the games from the English Premier League as well as the German Bundeslige. It’s not just all about football though, with Rugby fans well accommodated as some of the best days happen during six nations time!
With draft beer and matches broadcast in English and German you never have to miss your favourite team while you’re here in Mayrhofen. The action is delivered through Sky TV, DAZN and Eurosport.
The pub in Mayrhofen!
Guinness on tap, both electronic and standard darts and a beer garden. What is not to like about that!
Popular with both locals and tourists alike, always a great atmosphere with plenty of live music nights and DJs.
Brasserie Q is well located on the high street in Mayrhofen and is a really cool place to grab a drink on their terrace or pop inside and have one of their awesome steaks or burgers.
It’s a firm favourite amongst both locals and guests alike, as the warm welcome and great range of drinks are difficult to beat.
Drop by and say hi, as you won’t be disappointed.
Located across from the Penkenbahn, this is a nice little Cafe Bar offering a full range of drinks and snacks.
Open from the first lift until 10 pm, they will warm you up with a coffee before you go up and refresh you with a cold beer when you come down!
A good mix of locals and guests, congregate here to enjoy a chilled out apres vibe.
Brück’n Stadl is located at the top of the main street, over the bridge and to the left-hand side next to the Hotel Brucke (nr Ahornbahn).
Open in both winter and summer providing the largest apres-ski venue in winter and traditional music and party nights in the summer.
If you like it a bit more relaxed then you should check out their open-air bar. It’s pretty cool!
Note: Winter 21/22 covid restrictions will mean a change to normal opening hours.