fondue celebrates one year anniversary

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Zack, Marissa and Marley King celebrate the first anniversary of fondue. (Photo courtesy of Chamber of Commerce for Greater Milford)

A restaurant inspired by Zack and Marissa King’s love of fondue celebrated its first anniversary on Thursday, March 21 with a ribbon cutting. fondue., located in Penny Square at 39 North Walnut Street, features cheese, entrée and chocolate fondue.

“We are so happy to have Zack and Marissa in Milford,” Jo Schmeiser, Executive Director of the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Milford, said. “They have put so much love and attention into the town and fondue is just the latest in their efforts to make Milford a destination.”

When the restaurant opened in Milford, Marissa stated that it was something completely new and different, offering a simplistic menu with four courses as well as a la carte options. The cocktail menu is also very unique and artsy, featuring EasySpeak spirits created at the distillery owned by the King’s.

The restaurant has become a popular destination, not just for Milfordians but the surrounding area as well. Zack and Marissa are often seen serving food, working behind the bar or visiting with guests, sometimes accompanied by their daughter, Marley Ruth.

“I cannot say enough about what this young couple has done in Milford,” Mayor Archie Campbell said. “We could not be luckier to have them supporting our town and helping us grow. On behalf of the entire city council, I wish them much success and happiness in the years to come.”

fondue. is open Thursday and Friday from 4 to 11 PM and on Saturday from 4 to 10 PM. Reservations are not required but are recommended. There is seating at the bar where diners can also enjoy the four-course fondue experience.



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