Summit meeting at the highest level.
The best from four countries
It’s one milestone after another on Germany’s highest mountain. Following the opening of the state-of-the-art Cable car Zugspitze in December 2017, the completely new restaurant area on the summit opened in spring 2018.
With the opening of the new Panorama 2962, these impressions – spectacular ascent and culinary delights – merge into one outstanding overall experience. Food lovers can expect an innovative dining concept in keeping with honest fusion cuisine. While the restaurant as a whole bears the name “Panorama 2962”, the individual areas each have their own particular ambience for everything from a lavish meal to a quick treat.
The new restaurant on the Zugspitze – the name says it all – stands for the best prospects on a scenic and culinary level. The names of the individual areas are also meaningful: the open counter area, for example, is called Panorama 2962 Seeblick (lake view), as guests can look out over the picturesque Eibsee lake below. Thanks to wooden ceilings and Loden upholstery, the restaurant above the clouds conveys a delightful cosiness even at peak times. On the eastern side, floor-to-ceiling windows give guests uninterrupted views over the AlpspiX and the Zugspitze summit cross, while to the north, high tables with stools allow them to look out over the alpine upland. Aside from views of the lake, curious visitors also get a great insight into the workings of the Cable car Zugspitze.
On the other side of the counter area, the Panorama 2962 Gipfelblick (summit view) offers clear views of the nearby summit cross. The cosy multifunctional space can be transformed into closed or open areas as required, thanks to sliding elements and curtains. It is the ideal venue for day trippers and for groups of up to 200. For standing functions, Panorama 2962 Gipfelblick can even host up to 500 people. This allows the Zugspitze to offer top-class concerts and events.
The adjacent Gipfelstube (summit parlour) is the only area that can be completely closed off, making it an ideal seminar or conference room. It combines contemporary style with many elements of a typical alpine parlour. Benches around the walls, classic parlour tables and chairs, tiled stove and crucifix in the corner all create an inspiring, feel-good atmosphere.
Next to the counter area, the Dallmayr Coffee Bar with lounge allows guests to relax and indulge at an altitude of almost 3,000 m above sea level, while a small pizza area with high tables and stools offers fast service. There is another coffee bar on the summit terrace if you fancy some fresh air, coffee and a sweet treat. Alongside the classic seating areas on the terrace, guests can also relax on mobile lounge seating.