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Soll apres/bars in town

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Anyone been to Soll lately, what’s the town like for apres from 5pm till 7ish time, there was a good bar right on the round about that shut, then the Jam Jar opened which was good but that’s now closed. Looking for a bit of live music if possible. I know there is the whiskey mule but that never gets going till after 9.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
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I can't be of any help, but sounds like Soll has changed a bit since I last went, that bar on the roundabout used to be pretty good (big shout to "Too Spicy").
I have noticed over the years that Soll's late nightlife has got a lot quieter. Apres ski was always good though, especially the bar at the bottom of the red run home....
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I was there before Christmas, and also before most of the bars got into their stride.

The Moonlight bar above the lift base station has live music events from 9pm throughout the season, but there's an entry charge.

The Whiskey Muhle has regular music in the back bar, but as noted it starts late. The larger club space hasn't been open for the last few years.

The other main venue now is S'Austria, who have 2-3 rotating acts including Frog On The Tyne and BSD.

Söll has changed considerably over the last 10 years, and has moved up market generally, but there's still fun to be had if you know where to look, and more importantly if you can stay awake long enough.

Between 5-7 there are beer options, but not a lot of music. The Schulhaus restaurant now has an outdoor bar to try to pick up on the passing trade, but it's not exactly the Salvenstadl of old.
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