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The Melting Pot

4 E. Sheridan Ave. (Oklahoma Ave.) Send to Phone
Fondue meets fine dining.


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Open
Dinner nightly
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The Melting Pot Restaurant Review

: At this popular fondue franchise, located at the gateway into Bricktown, the urban décor belies the building’s origin as a former police station. A knowledgeable waitperson guides you through choosing a cheese, broth and protein before preparing your fondue tableside. Use the color-coded forks to dip vegetables, bread and apples into the warm, creamy cheese; the cheddar beer option pairs well with all of the dipping goodies. What follows are more vegetables and bite-size chunks of raw, seasoned meat, along with a bubbling broth and cooking directions. Our favorite is the pork tenderloin paired with teriyaki. A separate dessert menu includes several chocolate concoctions for swirling fruit, marshmallows, cheesecake, brownies, and even Rice Krispies treats. We like the "yin and yang" fondue, a blend of white and dark chocolate. The Melting Pot offers a large selection of sparkling wines and Champagne, along with hundreds of reds and whites at varying price points from several regions. Or, try one of the signature dessert martinis to sip and dip the night away with friends.





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