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Fort Worth, Texas: Edelweiss German Restaurant Entertainment

Features a singing chef and a band with an Alpine horn. If you dance like a chicken on stage, you may get a chicken-shaped hat.

Address:
3801 Southwest Blvd. #A, Fort Worth, TX
Directions:
I-20/820 exit 429-B then north on Benbrook Blvd/US377 -- or I-30 exit 7-B then south on Alta Mere Drive/Hwy 183. Both roads meet at the Weatherford Traffic Circle. The Edelweiss is on the east side of the Circle.
Hours:
Tu-Sa 5PM - ? (Call to verify) Local health policies may affect hours and access.
Phone:
817-738-5934
RA Rates:
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Edelweiss German Restaurant Entertainment

The Edelweiss German Restaurant is a warm and extensively decorated restaurant/beer hall offering various Old World favorites such as weinerschnitzel, sauerkraut, sausage plates, and jaegerschnitzel. My wife and I love Edelweiss to pieces; we even got engaged there. Granted, it may sound at first like just another German-themed restaurant complete with "oompah" band, but here's what I believe makes Edelweiss a good Roadside America candidate:

(1) The owner and chef, Bernd Schnerzinger, sings to the audience almost every night -- while wearing lederhosen.
(2) The in-house "oompah" band frequently employs a full-size Alpine horn and a musical saw.
(3) A stage in the middle of the restaurant easily accommodates riotous Chicken Dancers of all ages. The restaurant sometimes makes special guests wear chicken-shaped hats while dancing.

The Edelweiss has been around since 1967, and business shows no sign of slowing down. Neither does Bernd.

[Daniel Barnett, 10/13/2001]

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