What’s For Dinner? Myrtle Beach Restaurants – Landmark Staff pick of the week: The Melting Pot

By Landmark

Where do we go for dinner? This is probably the toughest question you face every day while you’re on vacation. The Grand Strand is home to literally thousands of restaurants featuring cuisines from every corner of the world right alongside traditional southern favorites. Let our staff at The Landmark take some of the pressure off, by sharing some of OUR favorite places to eat.

This week’s staff choice:  The Melting Pot

Who Picked It: Cindy in Reservations and Jessica at the front desk

Why they love it: Both of these ladies agree that The Melting Pot’s desserts are out of this world. They bring any and everything you can think of to the table to dip in delectable chocolate concoctions. Jessica loves the bananas foster, and Cindy loves all of their fondue. 

Last Visit: Jessica went recently with friends, and Cindy went about 2 years ago with her parents.

What’s on the menu: Fondue! At The Melting Pot, you can start your meal with a salad and a first course of cheese fondue, followed by entrees consisting of meat and veggies that you cook yourself in either a broth or oil pot heated right at the table. Follow it up with one of their amazing chocolate fondue desserts and cap your evening with one of their signature sweet cocktails. Can’t decide which fondue is for you? The Melting Pot offers several pre-fixe special menus that change seasonally that offer wonderfully paired combinations. 

Where they are: The Melting Pot can be found at 5001 North Kings Highway, Suite 104 in Myrtle Beach 


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