Food & Drink

This is how you crush Oktoberfest 2013

Published On 09/24/2013 Published On 09/24/2013
Bavarian Grill
Kuby's
Bavarian Grill
Edelweiss German Restaurant
Franconia Brewing Company
Fort Bend Food Blog
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1. Kuby's Sausage House 6601 Snider Plz, Dallas, TX 75205

Kuby's Sausage House is pretty much as authentic as German food in Dallas can get; it traces its Teutonic roots back to Kaiserslautern in 1728, and serves up some of the best brats in the city.

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2. Bavarian Grill 221 W Parker Rd, Plano, TX 75023 (Plano)

Bavarian Grill is an authentic German schnitzel temple in Dallas that puts on an entire month-long festival dedicated to the beloved foodstuff, and's got a huge beer selection to BOOT. HA! German humor.

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3. Edelweiss German Restaurant 3801 Southwest Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76116 (Fort Worth)

Edelweiss German Restaurant in Fort Worth isn't just serving up awesome German eats -- it's also emulating the Bavarian experience by putting on live performances by accordionists nightly.

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4. Franconia Brewing Company 495 McKinney Pkwy, McKinney, TX 75069 (Mckinney)

Franconia's a brewery and alehouse founded by a guy who holds a masters degree in brewing from a school in Munich. Nuff said.