The Melting Pot of Cincinnati is Celebrating Its 27th Anniversary with a Refreshed Look

The upscale fondue-centric eatery has paired up with local nonprofit The Dragonfly Foundation to give back to the community

Jan 7, 2020 at 1:01 pm
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Flaming Turtle from the Melting Pot

Montgomery's upscale fondue-centric eatery The Melting Pot of Cincinnati is rolling into the new year with a refreshed, modern look after a recent renovation.

“As we renovated, it was important for us to keep the original dining rooms while redesigning how the other spaces served our guests,” Melting Pot owner and operator Thomas Reiff says in a press release. “We have been very fortunate to be a part of this wonderful community who have been so good to us and look forward to presenting our new look and feel to our guests.”

Guests can expect a more inviting and modern ambiance, featuring an open design and local touches. The revamped space evokes a sense of warmth, featuring wood accents, quartz and candlelight. Diners can head to the social bar area to sit at high top tables and order from their Best in Glass cocktail menu. The new dining space features intimate areas as well as a room for larger groups. 

“We are extremely happy to have had the opportunity to refresh the restaurant for our loyal guests and the guests who haven’t found their way to us yet," Reiff says. “We owe a big thank you to our devoted Melting Pot guests, who have helped this restaurant thrive all these years.”

Celebrating 27 years — and the start of a new decade — The Melting Pot is thanking the community that has supported it by partnering with local nonprofit The Dragonfly Foundation. 

The restaurant is offering a special from now until March 31 where $5 from every "Fondue-Rasier" menu sold will be donated to the foundation. 

The Dragonfly Foundation provides support and comfort for pediatric cancer patients and their families.

“The Melting Pot of Cincinnati has been a long-time supporter of Dragonfly, and the pediatric cancer patients and their families we serve,” Ria Davidson, vice president and co-founder of The Dragonfly Foundation, says in the same press release. “We are excited to be a part of an event that celebrates 27 years of delicious food and wonderful service.”

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The Melting Pot of Cincinnati, 11023 Montgomery Road, Montgomery.