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The Melting Pot Announces Return to Mobile, Alabama

The Melting Pot Restaurants, Inc. announced the return of its Mobile, Alabama, location at 840 Montlimar Drive. This new company-operated location opens its doors to the public on July 25 and will feature a new, limited-time Fondue Across America menu for guests to enjoy through Labor Day.

The Melting Pot Signs New Franchise Agreement in Qatar

The Melting Pot Restaurants, Inc. announced plans to bring its unique fondue dining experience to Qatar for the first time through a new franchise agreement with Al Amthal Hospitality (AAH). Currently, The Melting Pot has five international locations open and 15 others in development across the globe.

The Melting Pot Reports Same-Store Sales Increase of 3.1 Percent in 2015

The Melting Pot Restaurants, Inc. announced a same-store sales increase of 3.1 percent over the previous year, as well as a bump in overall traffic to its restaurants in 2015. Those results combined with key awards, menu and design innovations, and strategic growth over the past year have secured the brand's place as "one to watch" in 2016 for international and domestic franchise development.

The Melting Pot Expands To Saudi Arabia

The Melting PotRestaurants, Inc. announced its first restaurant in Saudi Arabia has opened in Riyadh. In addition to Riyadh, The Melting Pot has five international locations open and 15 others in development across the globe.

The Melting Pot Cooks Up New Ways to Fondue with Newest Location

The Melting Pot Restaurants, Inc. has been thinking outside of the pot for ways to improve upon its success. After extensive research into dining preferences and needs, The Melting Pot has introduced an additional menu of cooked-to-order small plate entrees called FonDONE, as well as an interior redesign that maximizes dining space and comfort.

Melting Pot Eyes Hong Kong for International Growth

The Melting Pot Restaurants, Inc. announced that it is actively seeking franchisees to bring its interactive dining experience to Hong Kong. The Tampa, Florida-based company plans to enter China for the first time with the development of at least five restaurants in Hong Kong and Kowloon.

The Melting Pot Opens First Restaurant in Dubai

The Melting Pot Restaurants, Inc., announced Monday its first restaurant in the United Arab Emirates has opened in Dubai. This is the fifth international location for the company, which made its overseas debut earlier this year in Jakarta, Indonesia.

The Melting Pot Continues International Push

The Melting Pot Restaurants, Inc. announced Monday it has partnered with Newmark Grubb Knight Frank (NGKF), one of the world's leading commercial real estate advisory firms with operations in more than 370 offices worldwide.

Dave & Busters Shares Guest Feedback Strategies

Editor's note: Hear Helmuth Mayer, director of strategic initiatives at Dave & Busters, discuss how the company uses guest feedback to improve the dining experience and build the brand’s future.

Melting Pot Seeks Franchisees For NC's Triad Area

The Melting Pot Restaurants Inc., a premier fondue restaurant and casual dining franchise, announced today that it is actively seeking franchise candidates to open a new restaurant in the Triad area, a region that includes Winston-Salem, Greensboro, and High Point, North Carolina.

The Melting Pot Offers Franchise Incentive in Connecticut

The Melting Pot is accelerating its expansion effort in Hartford, Connecticut by offering a significant discount on its initial franchise fee.In honor of its 40th anniversary, The Melting Pot will offer new franchisees who sign a franchise agreement to develop one or more restaurants a 40 percent off the initial franchise fee for their first restaurant, which is a savings of $18,000.

The Melting Pot Enters Arkansas

The Melting Pot signed a franchise agreement to develop its first restaurant in Little Rock, marking the brand's entry into Arkansas.Currently, The Melting Pot has more than 130 restaurants across 35 U.