This Manchester bar serves a bottomless cheese fondue with endless beer and wine

An hour and a half of endless melted Italian fontina cheese, charcuterie, bread, crackers, wine and beer

Georgina Pellant Georgina Pellant - 21st October 2022

There’s a bar in Manchester serving a bottomless cheese fondue with endless wine and beer, and it honestly sounds like the perfect autumnal treat.

With a noticeable chill in the air, torrential downpours well on the way and Daylight Savings just around the corner, there’s not much that feels more comforting than a big, bubbling pot of molten cheese right now.

Add in a board of melt-in-the-mouth charcuterie, springy pieces of sourdough and a host of crunchy cheese biscuits, and you’ve got yourself the ideal wintry afternoon if you ask us.

Image: The Manc Eats
Image: The Manc Eats

But there’s more. Alongside all that cheese and meat and bread, included in the price of The Mews’ bottomless fondue cheese lovers can also enjoy 90 minutes of non-stop drinks.

Costing £35 each, included in the deal is a huge pot of melted Italian Fontina cheese served with homemade garlic croutons, sourdough crackers, and slices of British charcuterie.


You’ll also get to enjoy an hour and a half of endless pints of house Pilsner and carafes of red or white wine to enjoy alongside.

Serving up to six people, the bottomless cheese fondue is available only when you pre-book – so make sure to get in touch ahead of your visit to let The Mews know that you’re coming.

Image: The Manc Eats
Image: The Manc Eats

If you’re not on the sauce, you can opt for the cheese fondue alone. Without the booze, it’s quite a bit cheaper at £15 for one, and £2.50 on top for any additional people who want to get stuck in.

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The bar also does a chocolate fondue, with melted salted caramel Belgian chocolate that comes served with an assortment of different fruits and ‘other dipping items’., for the same price.


Housed up on Deansgate Mews, just behind the main hustle and bustle of Deansgate, there’s plenty of space inside as well as a large, secluded terrace that is quite the suntrap (when the Manchester sun is shining).

To find out more and book, visit The Mews website here and follow the bar on Instagram here.

Feature image – The Manc Eats