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Edelweiss German Restaurant
German Restaurant$$
Today 5–10PM
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3801 Southwest Blvd Fort Worth, TX 76116
3801 Southwest BoulevardUSTexasFort Worth76116
$$German Restaurant, Bar
German Restaurant
European Restaurant
Today 5–10PM
Wednesday 5–10PMThursday 5–10PMFriday 5–11PMSaturday 4–11PMSunday 12–9PMMonday ClosedTuesday Closed

A Fort Worth Tradition Since 1967!

Experience the very best in fine German cuisine from “die Küche” (the kitchen) of master chef Bernd Schnerzinger! You and your guests may choose from our extensive selection of delicious Bavarian dishes while enjoying the authentic atmosphere of our restaurant. We offer a warm and cozy dining experience in a traditional Biergarten filled with paintings and old world memorabilia. Live Entertainment and Dancing is provided from 6PM to 10PM. You can enjoy Bernd and the full Edelweiss band on Friday and Saturday nights. So come hungry, come thirsty, and come to have FUN! We promise a wonderful time for all !!!                                                                                                                                            
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Schnitzel & other homey dishes round out the menu at this mainstay with rustic decor & live music.- Google
"For my entrée I got the sausage plate, and she got the sampler."
"I thought the beer and wine we drank was good so there is an upside to it."
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PATSY Carver
3 months ago
Jerry and I have been going there for years we are age 77 and 78 we go for every special day that we have food music dancing are a lot of fun October 23. we will have our 60 years of marriage and plan to be there can not wait to enter this wonderful place love it
Pete Falk
5 months ago
This was my first time there after hearing that it was such a great German restaurant. First of all driving across the metroplex and coming up to the front that was dated and a bit stereotypical German artwork motif on the walls. Going inside to our table had an old Gasthaus vibe, but a bit too dark to read our menus (3 light bulbs out on our lamp). We were seated front & center from the kitchen service counter were all the wait staff and busboys go to pickup orders. Very busy and couldn't relax around the traffic. Now as for the food; it barely resembled 'authentic' German food! Both my parents are from Germany and my dad is a chef and I also was in the food business. I am well acquainted with European & German cuisine. I had Jager schnitzel with red cabbage, spaetzle & brat kartoffeln (fried potatoes). My dinner mates had Rolladen with, sauerkraut & spaetzle & Sauerbraten with red cabbage, spaetzle & potato pancakes. What was wrong was the way the schnitzel, brat kartoffeln, potato pancakes were cooked, which was deep-fried! WRONG! All those items should be pan-fried.The spaetzle were not made from scratch, they used dried spaetzles, not good. The Jager sauce was the same sauce used for the beef Rolladen (powered mix most likely). The only good items were the red cabbage & beer! Bottom line is that the food wasn't made from scratch and wasn't fresh! The cooks were fast, banging-out plates, hmm, pre-prepped and not fresh. Helga, the singer, was doing alot of other songs that were not 'German', but I think she is close to retirement. Our waitress was nice and attentive, good service. Not sure who the other 'hostess'? was but, was all over the place and was wearing flip-flops exposed feet in a restaurant setting! Were is the health department too see that happening? In summation; food isn't good German fair like listed by others. Our Dinner bill came to $90 for 3 people and appetizer + 2 beers. Overpriced for the caliber of food. Greenwoods in FW & Bavarian Grill in Plano are closest to authentic and made fresh.
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travis gunter
a year ago
Went there for the first time in a couple of years. The food was good , our waiter was good and Helga was great. But The place was a drag, The waiters for the most part were dressed for a uppity type place. I remember when this place was packed and ever one was having a good time. Now it seems to be like the other eating places where people are afraid to make any noise , which might bother some one else. I guess since the original owner is gone , so is the original German flavor. Nothing personal against the new owners, but I will not be coming back. I can eat anywhere and get a boring time.
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Jeremy Mooring
9 months ago
Jamie was an amazing waitress. Did a great job on the food order and keeping our drinks full.
David Eichelberger
4 months ago
I'm 45 yes old and I've been going here since I was 7. The food is AMAZING and very authentic! I just came from there after celebrating my anniversary and I was NOT disappointed! If you plan top go on Saturday make a reservation. DO THE CHICKEN DANCE! Great fun and outstanding food. The beer selection is extensive!
Aj Brock
7 months ago
My wife and I recently joined you for dinner on Friday July 10, 2015. The atmosphere was great and despite being busy our server made us feel as if we were the only people there. We had never had German cuisine before, and when we asked the server took great delight in describing the menu. It almost appeared as if he could taste the food as he described it to us. When the food came out it was flavorful and delicious. The server certainly sold us and the food and drinks will keep us coming back. It's about a 30-40 minute drive to your place, and I would be willing to say we will be coming at least monthly. We had potato cakes, goulash, and beers for starters. For my entrée I got the sausage plate, and she got the sampler. Everything was superb! We passed on desert but the server did upsell me on the German tradition of Schnapps to help settle the meal. All in all we loved it.
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tsclear jv
a year ago
Edelweiss has been a Fort Worth tradition for many years. My parents took me there as a child. Approximately 2 years ago I ate there for the first time in 15 years and was disappointed. I recently went there again to visit some friends in the bar and ended up ordering food.I had a much better experience. The ribs, goulash, and potato cakes were outstanding! The staff is friendly and professional. I will go there again because of the positive changes that seem to be happening, and of course the BEER and ATMOSPHERE continue to be great!!
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Michele Henning
2 years ago
This place is a joke. The owners are actually from Albania and they do not like Americans. They also owned the Italian Inn which I worked at and know for a fact was infested with roaches. They serve food that is way past it's expiration date and they never really clean the kitchen. It is all family and the chef does not have a culinary education. they just thought they could come here and invest in a restaurant and make money. They are clueless about food safety and cleanliness. Do not eat here, it will make you sick!!!
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