Certain kinds of dining necessitate the invention of new utensils: Asian cooking begat chopsticks, clam chowder brought about the crazy straw, and now there are forks long enough to keep scalding cheese away from hands. Skinny-dip with this Groupon.
$35 for $80 Worth of Fondue and Wine on Monday–Thursday or $70 Worth on Friday–Sunday
Imported gruyère melds with white wine, kirsch cherry brandy, and spices in the cheese fondue pot, which comes with dippers such as golden apple wedges and pretzel bread ($14.95/person). The Connoisseur fondue dinner comes with aged beef tenderloin, jumbo gulf shrimp, and lobster tail ($51.95/person). See the full menu.
For nearly half a century, Geja's Cafe has kept the embers of European communal dining aglow with its versatile menu of fondue flights. In the glimmer of the candlelit dining room, diners kindle sweet and meaty morsels over simmering pots of gruyère cheese, soybean oil, and belgian chocolate. Live classical and flamenco guitar music accompanies eaters as they peruse a wine list of more than 50 wines by the glass from local, international, and interplanetary wineries.
Tips from Groupon Customers
“Had a GREAT time! Beef and chicken are the best...”
“Great experience. The staff is very helpful if it's your first fondue experience and are very pleasant to work with. Food is delicious and the four course premiere...”
“Great experience. The staff is very helpful if it's your first fondue experience and are very pleasant to work with. Food is delicious and the four course premiere dinners are tons of food. Great wines and great atmosphere. ”
With its delicious food, romantic atmosphere . . . Geja's is a go-to place for those looking to splurge and dine with someone special.Kimber Solana, Centerstage
The food is simple and interactive . . . it’s fun to try many combinations of sauces, meats and vegetables.Anthony Todd, Chicagoist, 5/21/08