CaseyLand: New Mexico: The Most Expensive Meal of Our Lives

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

New Mexico: The Most Expensive Meal of Our Lives

Another weekend, much like the Cliff's weekend, we were wondering what we should do for fun. I told Alex I had always wanted to go to The Melting Pot, but we didn't have to do it that weekend, and it would probably be more fun as a date... but we threw caution to the wind and decided to just go for it!

Honestly, we didn't know much about The Melting Pot except that it was fondue and fancy but seemed like it was friendly to children. So we show up, and they put us in a private room, because it was the only table available that was big enough for a high chair. Awesome! Then our waiter came in and he was the nicest person! He let us know that if we did the typical four course meal we would probably be there for two hours, and that he understood if we were not up for that with two small children.

Alex and I gave it some thought and decided to throw caution to the wind! We were there! We wanted the full experience! The waiter said if our kids got fussy we could shut the private room's door! What did we have to lose! And thus, we embarked on a four course fondue meal at The Melting Pot.

Nathan ate a lot of apples and bread and of course, the dessert. Amelia was well mannered but occasionally questioned what we were doing with some loud outbursts. Alex and I had an extremely delicious meal, and talked about how it would definitely be more fun to go on a date with friends to The Melting Pot, but that we were still having a fine amount of fun as it was. We never had to close the door because of fussy children. (It's quite possible we have the LEAST fussy children to ever have graced the public eye!! Knock on wood!!) I would go back for the dessert especially any day of the week.

And that, my friends, was the most expensive meal of my life. No regrets. Don't let the kids hold you back! #mynewphilosophy
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