The Old Oakland lounge serves up a constantly changing menu of fondue and shareable fare highlighting the culinary and vinery delights of a specific region. The most recent, Japanese-inspired menu offers broiled pork belly over shaved cabbage ($10) alongside roasted garlic edamame ($4) and a savory roasted mushroom miso soup ($5) with black Hawaiian sea salt. Liege's suimono fondue pots ($14) are served tableside with their own continuous flame and come with your choice of sirloin or white prawns, a side of mixed vegetables, and a house-made dipping sauce. Each sauce is rated according to hotness from a scale of one (yogurt epazote) to 12 (habanero and pineapple) to 40 (lava and ice cubes made of infernos). Wines by the glass ($7 and up) change with the menu and are specifically chosen to complement the themed cuisine like two 45-degree angles.