The Melting Pot, the only fondue restaurant in Las Vegas, ends its 16-year run in the city on Feb. 28. The chain restaurant known for its heated pots of cheese, chocolate, or broth for dipping and cooking sits on Charleston Boulevard inside Boca Park.
The restaurant posted on Facebook: “Its with a very heavy heart that we need to announce that we will be closing after almost 16 years of business.
“We want to thank you for your love and support over all these years. Please come dine with us one last time!”
“Help us say farewell by enjoying creamy cheeses, indulgent chocolates, hand-crafted cocktails, and a last round of good times before Feb 28 Reservations are encouraged.”
Cheeses come with breads, fruits, and vegetables while entrees feature meats such as sirloin, shrimp, dry-rub pork, and herb-crusted chicken breast that diners cook at the table in bouillon, vegetable broth, a Caribbean-inspired broth, burgundy wine and mushrooms, or a sesame tempura batter. Dessert features chocolate fondue.
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