Early man established some of the greatest culinary traditions, from cooking meat over a flame to submerging a grape in a vat of cheese to determine if it can swim. Sate curiosity with today's Groupon: for $25, you get $50 worth of fondue fare at Fondue Stube.
For more than 33 years, Fondue Stube has decanted piping cheeses, oils, and chocolates into inviting cauldrons that forge the foundation of a sweet and savory dipping menu, called the “Best Fondue in Town” by CBS Chicago. French bread and apple cubes slip into a jacuzzi of white-wine-laced swiss-cheese fondue ($9.75–$17.50) and diners submerge the La Mer's ($18.95–$23.95) seafood platter into bubbling soybean oil using special forks and tridents brought from home. Three-course classics weave a complete fondue tale, including the classic ($34.95/person), which transitions from a cheese-fondue starter to choice meats swimming in soybean oil before a grand finale of fruits, marshmallows, and cake coated in molten chocolate. Families can celebrate special occasions and toddlers can take power lunches with children's-menu portions ($19.95/child), which include a choice of a cheese or oil fondue followed by a much-anticipated dessert.
Our customers loved this deal last year, earning Fondue Stube a spot on Groupon's Best of 2011 list.
The owner of Fondue Stube announced an early, voluntary retirement in 2010, but a barrage of encouragement and love notes scribbled onto lightly used napkins stopped the fondue guru from closing the establishment’s doors. Because of this outpouring, Fondue Stube has continued to flood West Rogers Park with its sizzling fondue and house-made dipping sauces for more than 33 years.
Chefs decant piping cheeses, oils, and chocolates into inviting cauldrons that forge the foundation of a sweet and savory dipping menu, which was lauded as the Best Fondue in Town by CBS Chicago. Once a friendly staff member deposits these potions and skewers at each table, guests are free to submerge morsels of crisp veggies, savory meats, and sunken battleships into the piping-hot pot.
2717 W Peterson Ave.
Chicago, Illinois 60659