Melting Pot Restaurants to revamp portfolio with new design and menu

21st September 2018 (Last Updated September 21st, 2018 12:15)

Casual dining franchise The Melting Pot Restaurants is set to revamp its portfolio with a new design and menu choices in order to offer interactive dining experiences to customers.

Melting Pot Restaurants to revamp portfolio with new design and menu
Interactive dining area in The Melting Pot of Red Bank, New Jersey. Credit: The Melting Pot Restaurants, Inc.

Casual dining franchise The Melting Pot Restaurants is set to revamp its portfolio with a new design and menu choices in order to offer interactive dining experiences to customers.

The design elements to be featured include new ambiance, a casual dining, social bar area, an outdoor dining and patio bar, an open cheese and chocolate kitchen, a wine tasting area and an expanded retail area offering.

The menu choices on offer will include enhanced fondue menu items, chef prepared entrees, and on-the-go options such as signature chocolate-covered strawberries, along with hand-crafted and artisanal cocktails.

The Melting Pot Restaurants president Mike Lester said: “Our guests are looking for localised, customised and fun experiences and our restaurants deliver just that.

“This is an exciting time in the history of the brand when we have recreated ourselves.”

“Our redesigned locations will offer a slightly different look and menu offering, but each will create an eclectic environment for our guests that offers the traditional Melting Pot interactive experience along with a variety of casual dining opportunities.

“This is an exciting time in the history of the brand when we have recreated ourselves and we look forward to sharing it with our guests in communities across the country as we continue to expand.”

The restaurant chain is also opening a new location featuring the design in El Paso, Texas. It will also reopen its locations in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with the new brand design later this autumn.