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Old 08-16-2012, 11:41 PM
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Another Living Socials coupon user -for $55, we got the Fondue Indulgence for Two (usually $110) and we were thrilled!

My roommate (pictured) and I had a BLAST! We had to wait a little, since earlier diners were not quite finished, so we went across the street to the sweet little Corner Tavern (a cozy Boston basement pub) for a drink, then headed back to our restaurant.

The Wine Cellar is not a place to go if you are in a hurry and just want to "chew and screw".

We loved the little space, the charming waiters (thank you, Josh and Jose!) the many food choices of the Indulgence for Two, the fun of fondue, the bottle of wine we ordered, the chatting with our dining neighbors, the relaxed pace of the dinner. It took us almost 2 hours to leisurely have our 3 fondue courses and our bottle of wine - we LOVED it!

Also, we parked with a valet from a restaurant across the street, so THAT was perfect, too!

This was really fun, and we would return. In fact, we may ask about them hosting a corporate function for our international employees.

Air conditioning would have made it 5 stars. So, we'll go back in the winter.

Lee

The Corner Tavern

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The Wine Cellar

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Cheese fondue

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Meats for oil fondue

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Selection of dipping sauces for cooked meats

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Chocolate fondue

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Chatting with close dining neighbors

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Default Re: The Wine Cellar - Boston

The name Fondue Indulgence would make anyone's mouth water.

Did the guy in the striped shirt accept your roomie's food offer? lol
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Cheese fondue looks fabulous!
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Did the guy in the striped shirt accept your roomie's food offer? lol
LOL, Buzz! No, he was busy trying to eat most of his own cheese and meat fondues by himself, because his wife was holding out for the chocolate fondue!

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