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Inside a $1 million building, you can indulge in the guiltiest of pleasures: melted cheese, savory meat, and chocolate fondue. Imagine a pot filled with molten cheddar and Swiss mixed with garlic and beer. Next to this concoction sit bowls of sliced bread, apples, and veggies to dip and munch. Or picture a platter of shrimp, chicken breast, teriyaki-marinated sirloin, filet mignon, and lobster just minutes after a quick dip in a vat of flavorful coq au vin. If you're still not sold, there's always dessert: white chocolate, milk chocolate, and marshmallow fluff simmering on a burner right at your table. The server hands you a skewer and a plate of cheesecake, fresh strawberries, pineapples, brownies, bananas, pound cake, and cherries. This is it: chocolate heaven. Or maybe it's actual Heaven, because you might soon drop dead when you learn the prices. Dinners here range from $29 to $44 per person depending on the number of courses and type of ingredients. It's a pretty hefty bill for a chain restaurant, which is why we suggest sticking to one or two courses - enough to keep your stomach and your pocketbook full.
Hello, lovers! Are you Manolo-wearin' fabulous femmes seeking an elixir to calm you before Sex and the City 2 comes out on the 28th? Head to The Palm or The Melting Pot throughout the month of May and... More »
There are a few of these fondue franchises across the country and a new one at 15700 Biscayne Blvd., but we here in the Magic City already have the biggest, most expensive one. A one-million-dollar, freestanding building houses us as we indulge in the guiltiest of pleasures -- chocolate. Imagine a pot filled with white chocolate, milk chocolate, and marshmallow fluff, slowly simmering on a burner right at your table. The waitress drops a shot of raspberry chambord into the pot and hands you... More »