In colonial America, townspeople tried accused witches by sticking their hands into a pot of hot, melted cheese. Later, as breadsticks began being accused of witchcraft, hysterical preachers slowly invented fondue. Relive this tasty bit of American history with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of fondue and more at Simply Fondue in Arlington. This Groupon is not valid toward alcohol purchases or any other discounts, promotions, or daily specials.
Simply Fondue coats customers’ taste buds in a menu of delicious cheese and chocolate fondues, fresh salads, tasty entrees, and more, all crafted daily using ingredients of the highest quality. Experience molten food enhancements with a selection from the list of cheese ($18 for up to two people, $6 per each additional person) or chocolate ($9 per person) fondues grilled right at your table. Diners can subject law-breaking breads, veggies, and fruits to punishment in a pot of traditional Swiss-chalet fondue made from imported gruyere and emmenthaler cheeses, chablis wine, kirschwasser brandy, garlic, and spices; or instead opt for the original milk-chocolate fondue, mixed with walnuts and sweet cream. Meat-eaters' mouth-meters will go off the chart at the sight of the beef-tenderloin plate ($26), which offers an assortment of bacon-wrapped cuts, six pepper-beef pieces, and teriyaki sirloin. Vegetarians, on the other palm, can opt for the spring-vegetable plate ($21), with seasonal veggies piling up like an appetizing arsenal of vitamin bombs.
Simply Fondue employs four different approaches to cook up the perfect meal—a traditional method that uses trans-fat-free canola oil, a brothy vegetable-bouillon concoction, a house-blended Mediterranean sangria combination, and a fondue grill using garlic olive oil—and avoids preservatives and canned goods like the plague or a pushy real-estate agent. Plush black leather booths and intricate chandeliers add sophistication to an otherwise rowdy night of carousing with cheese and chocolate for Fondzillas rampaging through streets of skewered sustenance.
- The spinach strawberry salad is still to die for and the meats cooked in the canola oil were our favorite. They have a new grill style now to cook and we also tried this...really cool and lite. – Camden W., Yahoo! Local
- Went there and had an amazing evening! Great wait staff, food was good and the atmosphere was nice and romantic. Loved it –dox, Yahoo! Local
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