Culinary weeks
In Merano, there are restaurants serving traditional South Tyrolean food alongside others with a Mediterranean and international take on gastronomy.

The following culinary themes were elaborated for 2019 by the Merano Tourist Office. They will be deliciously interpreted for a limited period of time by selected partner restaurants in town.
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Merano's Cuisine: Forest weeks
9/1 - 9/14/2019
Merano's Cuisine: Forest weeks
A culinary offer provided by nature and the forest’s bountiful produce. Berries, mushrooms herbs…What the woods yield, is used as basic ingredients for tasty and uncommon dishes. You will get more ...
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Merano's Cuisine: Potato Weeks
10/1 - 10/14/2019
Merano's Cuisine: Potato Weeks
Due to its high content of vitamin C, the potato used to be referred to as “lemon of the north”. Contrary to common belief, its healthy tuber is not fattening. A rich source of protein, the potato is ...
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Merano's Cuisine: Pumpkin Weeks
11/1 - 11/14/2019
Merano's Cuisine: Pumpkin Weeks
Autumn is the season of the pumpkin harvest and of classic dishes like pumpkin soup and pumpkin strudel. Moreover, this vegetable is also used for sweet dishes and risottos. It is the most versatile ...
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Merano's Cuisine: Knödel Weeks
12/1 - 12/14/2019
Merano's Cuisine: Knödel Weeks
The “Knödel” (dumpling) is one of the most widely known and delicious Tyrolean specialties. Inside its round shape, it leaves plenty of room for variety. Whether it contains small pieces of bread and ...
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