The Fort Worth Restaurant That Is Straight Out Of A European Village

Step inside the festive Edelweiss German Restaurant in west Fort Worth to transform regular old hunger into a full-out Bavarian experience. Not only does it offer traditional German cuisine, but its ambiance— complete with polka music and live accordion performances— make it more like you’re actually dining in a European village. Here’s why you need to get your oom-pah-pah on and visit this delightful restaurant:

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Edelweiss accepts reservations by phone at (817) 738-5934 or you can book online.

Have you been to this locally loved restaurant that has been in business for the past 50 years? If so, what is your favorite memory? Any food or beer recommendations to offer? We’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below.