Fan favorite when it comes to fondue, but also a good option for dinner before seeing a show at the Fox. It's within walking distance, but dinner here takes time, so plan accordingly. The food never disappoints and the whole experience is fun! More info here: http://bellyofthefeast.blogspot.com/2011/01/the-melting-pot.html
We started off the night by splitting off a bottle of Conundrum wine which was a sweeter pinot grigio!We decided to do their four course option for our meal ($35-47)! We started the night with a fiesta cheese fondue appetizer! I could not stop eating this with the tortilla chips and bread that came with it!The main course was unique in that we picked our “entree” but then the waiter brought out a bowl of broth and we cooked our entrees ourself. The meats and broth were loaded with flavor so I loved that!We were almost too full for dessert but I could not pass up chocolate fondue. We ordered the Yin & Yang one which was dark and white chocolate- yum! It was the perfect mix of sweetness along with the desserts and fruits we dipped into it! This was the perfect meal!This is a great restaurant for a having a long dinner! It definitely is pricey but you get a lot of food and will definitely leave full!