Fondue-themed dining experience with a menu featuring twin lobster tails, Cajun-seasoned shrimp, teriyaki-marinated sirloin, as well as six different cheese fondues and nine dessert fondues. Four-course dinner for two ($86-$98) includes choice of cheese fondue starter, salad, entree, and dessert. Predominately booth seating plus a secluded loveris lane section and three private dining rooms. Open for lunch Thursday through Sunday and dinner every day. Reservations suggested.
Kids-Place to Take Your A-Student 2013
Best Fondue 2008. Yes, we know they went out of fashion along with teased hair and shag rugs, but fondues are, well, fun (teased hair and shag rugs decidedly are not). And lucky us: the '70s craze has been revived at the Melting Pot. Go ahead; indulge. Pick up a long skinny fork and dip into bubbling melted Gruycutere cheese or a sea of dark chocolate with marshmallow cream. This is communal eating at its best.