Chef Bernd Schnerzinger simmers sausage, smoked pork ribs, and spaetzle and plays German tunes with a live band on the weekends
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$33 for dinner for two (up to a $55.85 total value)
Most nights at Edelweiss German Restaurant, the main attraction is the simmering bratwurst and spaetzle in the kitchen. But on Friday and Saturday nights, the food competes with the live music on the stage, filling the high-ceilinged beer hall with German folk tunes and the occasional slam-poetry piece. Family recipes and musical chops lend the eatery an aura of authenticity enforced by its biergarten-esque environs: Old World artwork, decorative steins, and flowering bushes surround long tables.