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Back in the era of bell bottom pants, Hendrix hair and orange laminated kitchens fondue parties were all the rage.
Now they are making a big comeback and why not as they are oodles of fun. They are shared communal times and no one puts anything on your plate except you, so you know exactly what your are cooking and eating.
The Duke has a fun event that they are dubbing the Best Fondue Party Ever. Perhaps you wish to drag out your bell bottoms for the occassion. The theme allows for '70s tunes and a themed quiz with prizes
It is all part of the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival.
Food includes a pot of molten Swiss cheese with a side platter of charcuterie for dipping and a classic, rich chocolate gateau cake. There are classic Screwdriver cocktails as well.
There are also kids tickets to this event as it is on during weekend lunchtimes.
They say that if you remember the 70s you weren't there. So here is a chance to relive the experience. You can also bring your children, or might that be your grandchildren, to introduce them to this 70s inspired fun event.
If you haven't been to the Duke of Wellington before it is on central Flinders Street and claims to be Melbourne's oldest hotel.
Tickets are $85 and $30 for children. To book, click here or for more information, call us on (03) 9810 0066.
For a list of other great places to have fondue in Melbourne click here.