Fondue for Two

When you’ve gotten too boring to hit the bars on a Saturday night, you cross your fingers that your beau will take you somewhere nice for dinner. 
And Saturday night, that he did. 
Here’s the snazzy outfit I selected for our super rainy date:

Sweater: CAbi, gift
Tee: Old Navy Outlet, $7
Jeans: Old Navy, $19
Shoes: Steve Madden (via DSW), $39.99

Necklace: Gift from my godparents when I was very young

Rings: Stella & Dot, used to be a set of 5.

The sweater is from CAbi. Have you heard of them? It’s  a line of clothes that you buy via home parties (kind of like Stella & Dot). It’s super expensive but some of the pieces are so unique that I think it can be worth it.

Also, the rings are Stella & Dot. I have to say, I’ve been a little unsatisfied with the quality. These rings were 3 silver, 2 gold and after about 6 months, the gold started rubbing off. Now you can’t even tell which were gold and which were silver. These are the only Stella & Dot items I own and now it will probably stay that way.

Thanks for humoring me and letting me pretend I’m a fashion blogger for .2 seconds.
Now on to the important stuff. 

We went to The Melting Pot. You know, the fondue restaurant. I’m quite pleased with any restaurants that offer melted cheese as an appetizer. Also I’m a sucker for a chain restaurant. What does that say about me?

And the very best part:

Yes, that is melted chocolate. It was heaven.

Any good pescatarian wouldn’t have let her boyfriend boil his beef in the same pot as her fish and shrimp. It just didn’t even occur to me until I’d already shoved my fondue fork into the Coc au Vin and then I really couldn’t stop myself. I’m not even sorry. 

Overall I had a blast. I do realize however, that you are paying double what you’d pay in a normal restaurant to cook almost all of your own food. Hmm brilliant business model.

Now tell me, have you been to The Melting Pot? 
Do you think it’s worth it?


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