At the Hubenbauer farm inn even home-brewed beer is offered. Take pot luck!
The Hubenbauerhof in Varna in the Valle Isarco valley is located directly on the Chestnut Path and has become a popular stop for many hikers. The listed house is run by the Stolz family. In addition to homemade, traditional South Tyrolean delicacies served in the rustic parlours, juices, homemade wines and even homemade beer are served.
Home-smoked specialities, 'graukäse' cheese, home-made bread, seven types of 'knödel' dumpling, 'sour soup', 'schlutzer' spinach ravioli, ravioli, 'bauerngröstl' sautéd potato with beef, three types of gnocchi, fried sausage, 'krapfen' fried pastries, 'kaiserschmarrn' sweet omelette with cranberry jam and homemade ice cream. In autumn barley soup, salt beef, spare ribs, black pudding, 'tirtlen' savoury pastries on Tuesdays. In spring and summer beef tartare, 'tirtlen' on Fridays. Beers: lager, wheat beer and various special beers. Juices: apple, raspberry, mint, apricot as well as red and blackcurrant.
Wines, such as Kerner and Zweigelt, are produced on the farm from own grapes.
Open from Maundy Thursday until the 2nd Sunday in Advent. Closed from 1st to 14th September. Advance booking recommended.
Access route: Take the motorway exit "Bressanone" and go towards Varna. The Hubenbauer farm inn is located in the centre of the village right next to the church.