Big Sky Resort Opens New Fondue Restaurant12/21/10
BIG SKY, Mont. — Big Sky Resort is excited to announce the return of the Fondue Stube, a restaurant and interactive dining experience opening on December 24th in Chet’s Bar and Grill. Inspired by traditional Swiss fondue and the original Big Sky Resort Fondue Stube that inhabited Chet’s in the 1970s, lederhosen-clad singing waiters will serve cheese, broth/oil, and chocolate fondue in an intimate setting.
“We’re excited to bring fondue back to Big Sky,” says John D’Amico, Big Sky’s Food and Beverage Manager. “Fondue originated in the snowy Swiss Alps, and it translates well into a ski resort setting. Hot melted cheese and sweet, delicious chocolate is just the kind of food you crave after a chilly day on the slopes.”
Servers will make the group experience extra fun with silly dinner games and sing-alongs to old ski songs from the 10th Mountain Division, an elite World War II fighting regiment made famous by its tough winter and ski training.
“From aged elk tenderloin to tempura tofu, the food is fabulous,” says D’Amico. “But the Fondue Stube is about more than just dinner: it’s about the entire dining experience. When you make a reservation, you know you’re in for a fun and exciting evening.”
Dinner is served at a set price starting at $40.95 per person which includes salad, a cheese course, a meat/vegetable course, and dessert. Reservations are required and can be made by calling 406-995-5784.
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Big Sky Resort is located 45 miles south of Bozeman Airport, which provides non-stop flights from nine cities including, Minneapolis, Salt Lake City, Denver, San Francisco, Phoenix, Chicago, Seattle, Atlanta, Detroit and Las Vegas. In a partnership with Moonlight Basin guests can ski seamlessly between the two resorts gaining access to The Biggest Skiing in America.