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Where to Find Fondue in New York

February 13th, 2019 | The Flavors of New York

Gorgeous gooey goodness. Whether it’s chocolate or cheese, with fruit or vegetables, one thing is for sure, fondue, in all forms, is exquisite. It can, however, be hard to find with the atmosphere you may want. So, we have taken the liberty of finding the six best melted chocolate and cheese restaurants in NYC.


Apres Ski Fondue Chalet at Cafe Select

Location: 212 Lafayette Street, New York, NY 10012

Everyone knows that it was the Swiss who decided to try melting their cheese. What better way to fully embrace this culture than by eating in a Swiss-themed room? You can cover your cipolattas or cubed filone bread in their secret cheesy mixture.

Kashkaval Garden

Location: 852 9th Avenue, New York, NY 10019

The next time you need some delicious comfort food but want some alone time, head to Kashkaval. A French-Turkish style cafe, they have a pleasant neighborhood feel. Offering a whole variety of cheeses, they are one of the few restaurants that will make an individual fondue. They won’t even make you feel guilty for it!



Chocolate by the Bald Man, Max Brenner

Location: 841 Broadway, New York, NY 10003

A chocoholics delight, Chocolate by the Bald Man serves exclusively exquisite cacao-based delicacies. Dip fluffy cacao cake into towers of chocolate fondue while surrounded by decor and music also with a chocolatey background.

Ayza Wine and Chocolate Bar

Location: 11 W 31st Street, New York, NY 10001

Is there a better way to enjoy a platter of fruit than when it’s dunked, or dipped ― your choice ― into a dark sugary molten bliss? We think there’s just one: accompany it with a glass of wine. Head to Ayza Wine and Chocolate Bar and do just that!

Chocolate and Cheese


Location: 558 Broome Street, New York, NY 10013

Specializing in both cheesy and chocolatey goodness, Tareau offers a decadent menu. When you are in the mood for some molten wholesomeness you can choose from a variety of cheeses and then complement it with dark or milk chocolate. You could even try a “fondue Bourguignonne,” an option with meat if cheese isn’t your thing.


Location: 1744 2nd Avenue, New York, NY 10128

DTUT is a funkier and more laid back option. They still offer a great selection on their menu, you just don’t need to dress up so much for it. Are you craving a seasonal cocktail or craft beer to enrich your meal? This is just the place!

After eating your fill, you’ll need somewhere to relax and sleep off your food coma. The Royalton New York’s Royal Treatment package is the solution! Soak in your own tub then collapse into your luxurious king bed.