Did you know that fondue first became popular in the United States in the 1970s?
This unique form of cooking allows diners to enjoy an interactive dining experience. The two main dips are cheese and chocolate, and they’re enjoyed with fruit, cookies, and much more.
If you would like to meet friends for fondue, the best restaurants near our apartments in Anne Arundel County include:
Guy Fieri’s Baltimore Kitchen & Bar
Guy Fieri’s Baltimore Kitchen, located 17-minutes away, is a fun-loving destination featuring bold flavors and unique twists on traditional favorites. Wednesday nights bring a lively round of trivia, and dining credits are awarded to the winning team. The restaurant draws a crowd, and several televisions show Maryland’s sports teams in action. On the menu, guests find a shareable Maryland crab fondue. It’s served with Old bay, diced tomatoes, and crispy herb pretzel bread.
The Melting Pot
At The Melting Pot, fun is cooked up fondue style. It’s proud to offer an interactive dining experience, and the fondue is prepared tableside. The restaurant is the site of special occasion celebrations, and guests always enjoy an evening to remember. The Melting Pot opened in 1975 with just three items. It wasn’t long before the menu expanded, and the dishes feature the finest, freshest ingredients. The cheese fondue comes with artisan bread and seasonal fruits and vegetables. Choices include Fiesta, Wisconsin Cheddar, and Classic Alpine. The Melting Pot is a 21-minute drive away.
Nestled in historic Fells Point, Alexander’s is a neighborhood bar where strangers become friends. It’s called one of the best rainy day bars in Baltimore and is famous for its tater tots. The menu features upscale tavern food, and the friendly staff knows regulars by name. Try the queso fondue with the soft braided pretzels. It pairs well with a glass of red or white wine. Alexander’s Tavern is a 30-minute drive away.
Along with these fondue restaurants, The Elms at Stoney Run Village is also near premier shopping destinations and cultural attractions. To call our community home, please contact us. We’d love to arrange a tour.Back to all posts