The Melting Pot

Hours: 12pm-7pm.

Restaurant Details

The Melting Pot is in a class all its own, offering the finest in four-course fondue dinners, fabulous dipping sauces, an impeccable wine selection, and romantic setting in a relaxed atmosphere. This restaurant features detailed woodwork, beautiful granite tabletops, mood lighting, elegant artwork, grand copper waterfall, and view from the “Chicago style” bar top of the elaborate wine room, displaying over 2,000 fine wines both foreign and domestic. ;Patrons of The Melting Pot will delight in a truly interactive dining experience, beginning with a selection of delicious cheese fondues prepared with the finest quality cheeses, salad, entrée with flavorful cooking selection and mouthwatering dipping sauces, and of course, one of The Melting Pot’s decadent chocolate fondues they flambé tableside.;

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