This was my first visit to Soll and apparently this place has just opened this season, it was always pretty busy when i was there so not sure if this was just because it is new, however i thought it was a fantastic place, the Sports bar was the best place i found in Soll to watch the footie by miles as it has a massive plasma tv above the bar that is about 50inch and 2 other 42 or 47 inch screens, it was also much quicker to get served than most other bars when busy as they had 3 barstaff on at a time behind the bar, The Red horse section also has 3 more screens so we never had a problem getting a good view, Also they had some really good live music when i was there, a band from London on the Monday and then Jabberwalky on a Thursday who were both wicked bands!
Also my favorite part was that The Red Horse seems to be the only non smoking bar in town even though apparently the other bars are supposed to have non smoking areas now, but none of them seem to. Salven stadle in particular being VERY smoky inside.
I would highly recommend checking this place out if you are in Soll, i will be back for sure!
Dress Code: None that i could see, there were people in Ski gear, or casual night wear.
After you get kicked out of the Whiskey Mühle - the Disco in town , and you still feel in a party mood , the only place you can go is Buffalo's bar. There you can keep on getting drunk until the sun rises
Great little spot in Soll. Was there in January 2003. Was then co-owned by two ski instructors an English guy (Bret) and a Croatian (Nick). Smallest bar you'll probably squeeze into but worth it . . . great apres ski craic . . .
Dress Code: You could walk in with your skis on if you wanted to . . .
We went on a coach trip to a traditional Austrian evening, with plenty of thigh slapping and oompah bands.
Dress Code: It must be pretty relaxed as the locals were wearing leather shorts, looking back I`m not quite sure what kind of place we went to. lol.
We started off with a glass of Gluwein at the top of the track and then made our way down the illuminated course.With it's many twists and turns we fell off several times, not sure if that was down to the Gluwein or just our inexperience. All in all though it was a good night out and well worth the money.
Dress Code: Anything you want as long as it is warm and comfortable.