This place is a conundrum. It's kind of a hole in the wall, but not in a really charming way, more in a dusty biker bar way- at least in the lounge. However, on the restaurant side, the tables are very secluded and private, with ecletic decor and great 70s music, and the service was good. The fondue is decent, but not spectacular. All in all, we enjoyed our dinner, but probably wouldn't make another trip. We fondue out so rarely, we will save it for the real deal at The Melting Pot.
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