Der Fondue Chessel is closed for the summer season. Der Fondue Chessel will open on November 23 for the winter season.
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Make A Reservation Through Open Table
Call 800-354-4386 for more information or reservations.
Four Course Menu
Traditional Fondue Dinner Menu
Join us at Der Fondue Chessel December 2 & 3, 9 & 10 for our 5th Annual Coat Drive. Receive a 50% discount off your food bill when you donate a winter jacket to the FIRC to help local families in need. You must bring one coat per person in your party for everyone to receive the discount. For more information and to make reservations please call our Activities & Dining office at 970-496-4386.
An Unforgettable Dining Experience
Begin your meal with our Traditional Swiss Cheese fondue. A savory blend of Gruyère and Emmentaler Cheeses imported from Switzerland mixed with a little white wine and kirschwasser. Select what you would like to dip from a plate of assorted vegetables, bread cubes and crisp apples.
A classic caesar salad made with homemade dressing and croutons will also be served, for you to enjoy as you wait for the cheese to bubble.
You get to be the cook for the Raclette course! Everyone gets to select two options from our meat and seafood selections to grill on our tabletop Raclette grills. A vegetarian option of assorted vegetables, tofu and polenta is available. Roasted potatoes, assorted dipping sauces, bread and a special plate of Raclette cheese will accompany the grilling items.
Make sure you save room for everyone’s favorite course, Chocolate fondue! You can choose from our Classic Dark Chocolate Fondue, Milk Chocolate Fondue or upgrade your selection to our Signature Flaming Turtle or Oreos and Cream. Take your pick of fresh fruit, banana bread, pound cake, marshmallows and wafer cookies to dip in your choice of chocolate!
Our strolling musicians will keep your toes tapping to their traditional Bavarian songs and don’t be surprised if you find yourself doing the Chicken Dance at 11,444 feet.