Pinte de Pierre-à-Bot
This former clubhouse for a golf course, hidden deep in Romandy (the French-speaking side of Switzerland
), was built in 1928 and sits atop a forested hill above the city of Neuchâtel. Inside, maple-hued wood paneling and an old oak piano recall some of the building's lively past, while the upstairs salon with oil paintings and antique hutches feels more like a hunting lodge. But the menu is what is most important: It features over 30 fondues, including classic ones made with white wine, kirsch, and garlic, but also bubbling concoctions of feta, chèvre, and blue, spiked with veggies like zucchini or shallots and laced with absinthe, calvados, Guinness, or rosé.