All-you-can-eat fondue special is back in January.
Worried about packing on winter weight? Then this deal is not for you. But if you love cheese, chocolate, and a lot of it, then read on!
In January, Melting Pots in Colorado (except the Fort Collins location -- sorry, FoCo peeps) are offering an Endless Fondue special that will blow your belt right off. During this month, you can enjoy the whole fondue meal at the restaurant in all-you-can-eat fashion. Each restaurant has varying dates and prices for this event, but it's a pretty delicious deal at all of them!
"Our Endless Fondue menu is designed to be enjoyed in our classic fondue tradition. That is, it begins with cheese, then salad, entrée, and finally chocolate," says the restaurant.
At $49.95 per person, it is not on the cheap side of the menu, but if you put your mind to it, you can certainly get your money's worth and then some!
Courtesy of the Melting Pot.
There are, of course, a few ground rules to know before you start choosing your cheese blend. According to Melting Pot, there is no taking food home; if your going to eat it, you've got to eat it at the restaurant. In addition, there are no substitutions, and if you choose to skip a course, you can not ask for it later.
"Feel free to skip a course, but once a course is skipped, we are unable to go backward," Melting Pot relates.
Reservations for this fondue fest are required. The restaurant asks that you mention "Endless Fondue" when making your reservation. And, of course, my personal suggestion would be to wear some loose-fitting or highly stretchy clothes because if you are going to do some serious eating, you are going to need to wear some seriously forgiving threads!
- Melting Pot, Colorado Springs: January 18-21; $41.95 per person.
- Melting Pot, Louisville: Starts January 11; Friday & Saturday nights in January, after 9 p.m.; $44.95 per person.
- Melting Pot, Littleton: All Friday & Saturday nights in January, after 9 p.m.; $49.95 per person.
What do you think? Have you been to the Melting Pot before? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below.