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The Melting Pot Atlanta

754 Peachtree St NE
Atlanta, GA 30308
(404) 389-0099

The Melting Pot in Atlanta, GA
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    The Melting Pot Restaurant provides a truly social, yet customizable, activity that conveniently revolves around our delicious food. We offer delectable fondue made from award winning cheeses, a selection of fondue cooking styles to enjoy with a variety of entrée options and chocolate fondue desserts that make this dining experience one to be remembered. We are indeed the premier fondue restaurant. Choose one, two, three or more courses to create the perfect night out.

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    When I made the reservation I needed the table to be decorated with flowers and candle non was done and the even I asked for balloons on the table it was not seen. We paid a high price for just meat and salad.
    The server Megan was great, we didn't know we could get more than one chocolate. She also brought us some garlic and wine seasoning that we never got before and it was great. We will definitely ask in the future for that. She was also fast and there wasn't too much time between courses.
    Very friendly everyone who pasted by greeted up the waitress was very nice with recommendations about his favorite items on the menu and constantly checked to make sure we didn't need anything else. He also told us about the cook book and seasoning used for salad as well as different wines
    Overall, it was a nice experience for several guests that have never been. It was a treat as many of them could not afford to come at all or often. The waiter was knowledgeable but it would be nice to see some more economical choices on the menu for such a large party.
    A little more explanation on the menu.
    Mcauley made our dinner great. Remarkable server with great manners. Explained everything very thorough and made our experience amazing.
    The staff were friendly and attentive. They made sure we were comfortable and had everything we needed.
    Parker was awesome
    we have been coming to melting pot several times a year for over a decade and this was the worst experience we have had. that being said it was not awful by any stretch, it was just compared to every other time we have visited the worst visit. the menus are cheap laminated one piece menus now instead of hefty very well laid out books with also seems to include a very small wine list to what i thought melting pot used to have. everything is priced individually. why did melting pot get rid of the "couples" dinner options? certainly melting pot sees that they are a popular place for couples to go on date nights or special occasions. when we ordered we didn't realize things had changed and the server asked us if we have been before. when we said yes it would have been nice for him to mention "hey we have changed a few things on the menu are you aware of this?" he was a lot less attentive than any other server we have ever had in the past. it took a long time to get simple soda refills and when he did bring fresh drinks he would just leave the empty glasses right on the edge of the table where we had (we thought) conveniently placed them to be taken away. it was really just a bunch of little things that in the past servers were 100% on point with every aspect of the dining experience. today melting pot took a large step back in how we feel about our fondness of the fondue experience. we will be coming back in march for the dinner and a show at the fox and we are hoping that it will be much better and back up to the standards of excellence we are used to from the melting pot
    We had an excellent experience both visits. The first visit was a nice dinner with my husband. The second visit was with my grandson, who we knew would love the experience. One suggestion would be maybe a family section away from the couple section (or adult section) where the lighting/atmosphere would be brighter and a little less alcohol oriented. I know this is an upper scale and romantic place, but each visit we noticed children there as well and seemed like it was a little annoying to the couples and business people there. It is great to see how much the children enjoy the fondue scene. Some couples can't come without bringing children, so you can keep it elegant yet serve both kinds of visitors to keep from losing customers.