Grill tiger shrimp or Cajun bratwurst before dunking it in six sauces; flights of three wines pair with cheese-dipped breads and fruit
About This Deal
Choose from Two Options
$80 for a three-course prix-fixe fondue dinner for two, valid Sunday–Thursday in the main restaurant ($106 value)
- Two salads
- One pot of cheese fondue
- Two traditional meat entrees
- Bottle of wine
$26 for cheese fondue and wine for two, valid Thursday–Sunday in the wine cellar ($34 value)
- Cheese fondue pot
- Two glasses of wine
About The Mona Lisa Fondue Restaurant
Situated at the foothills of Pikes Peak, in a 19th-century hotel, the Mona Lisa Fondue Restaurant is primed for romance. The restaurant's past life as a hotel means that tables scatter throughout various rooms and levels, giving diners the space to entertain private conversations and practice lighting candles with their mind. Meals might unfold in The Veranda, for instance, where mottled walls, green ivy, and a decorative streetlamp recall a Venetian street. The Wine Cellar, meanwhile, lines its walls with hundreds of bottles that encompass more than 80 varietals stretching back to the early 1900s. With such ambiance, it's no wonder Mona Lisa was selected as one of Colorado Springs Independent's Best Fine Dining restaurants in 2012 and 2016. Also awarded the best place to celebrate special occasions in the Colorado Springs Gazette in 2016.
Of course, the centerpiece of the Mona Lisa's romance is the food. The signature four-course fondue meal for two brings couples together with shareable pots of melted "Old World," "New World" or "South of the Border" cheeses before breaking into heartier offerings. Duos can dip tiger shrimp, flatiron filet, chicken breast, or even game meats such as mallard duck or Rocky Mountain Elk into six gourmet sauces. And like the best dreams, the interactive dinners end in a pot of warm chocolate fondue, ready to coat cakes and fruit.