The Melting Pot has reworked its menu to focus on flexibility and value for customers. The new menu puts more focus on a la carte items and less on The Melting Pot’s signature four-course dining experiences, said company president Mike Lester. The goal, in part, is to encourage guests to use the restaurant more frequently — not just for special occasions. RELATED • The Melting Pot: 'Be the Boss' boosts traffic, image • Front Burner to take The ...
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