The Melting Pot of Tucson, a polished casual fondue restaurant, has temporarily closed for remodeling as of Tuesday, Aug. 5 and will reopen under new ownership in early September.
"We apologize for any inconvenience and look forward to celebrating the restaurant’s grand reopening with Tucson fondue fans in September," the restaurant owners said in a release.
The Melting Pot of Tucson originally opened on October 28, 2003. We appreciate the Tucson community’s support over the past 11 years.
New owner of The Melting Pot of Tucson, Kelly Cooper, is partner and area manager for the three Melting Pot locations in the Phoenix area.
The Melting Pot operates more than 135 restaurants in North America with more than 25 in development internationally. The nearly 40-year-old concept is known for offering an assortment of flavorful fondue dishes including a variety of unique entrées served with signature dipping sauces. The menu highlights customizable fondue meal options that invite guests to enjoy one, two, three or more courses as they select any combination of individually-priced cheese fondues, salads, entrées and chocolate fondues.