Are you looking for a place to celebrate New Year's Eve? Or maybe you just want an early dinner? One choice I would recommend would be The Melting Pot. I ate dinner there last year on New Year's Eve and had an excellent time. Their menu this year is similar so dinner should be good.
A four course dinner, with a Champagne Toast, costs $75 per person (plus tax and 20% gratuity). There are also Options for Children ($40 pp + tax & gratuity) and Vegetarians ($55 pp + tax & gratuity).
First Course: Appetizer
Colossal Shrimp Cocktail: Served with our signaturespicy cocktail sauce;
Bruschetta: An Italian relish of diced tomatoes,balsamic vinegar, basil and garlic;served on toasted bread andsprinkled with Parmesan.
Second Course: Cheese Fondue
Champagne Swiss Cheese Fondue: Emmenthaler and Gruyère cheeses combined in a champagne base, festively blended with roasted garlic,nutmeg and lemon;
Garlic & Herb Cheddar Cheese Fondue: Cheddar cheese blended in a beer base with garlic, our unique garlic and wine seasoning and green goddess sauce.
Third Course: Salad
Caesar Salad: Crisp Romaine, Caesar dressing,Parmesan croutons and a touch of Parmesan-encrusted pine nuts.
Cobb Salad: Crisp Romaine and Iceberg, aged Cheddar cheese, tomatoes, bacon and sliced egg with Peppercorn Ranch Dressing topped with chives and croutons.
Fourth Course: Entrée
Lobster Tail, Filet Mignon Medallion, Duck, Teriyaki Sirloin, Honey Dijon Chicken and Potstickers. Accompanied by seasonal vegetables and our unique selection of dipping sauces.
Fifth Course: Chocolate Fondue
Bananas Foster Chocolate Fondue: Bananas swirled with your choice of white, milk or dark chocolate then blended with cinnamon, banana liqueur and spiced rum.
Tiramisu Chocolate Fondue: Your choice of dark or milk chocolate with a spiced rum, mascarpone cheese and coffee flavored swirl. Flambéed tableside.
The Melting Pot
213 Burlington Rd. (Rt.62)