The Melting Pot of Raleigh Hosting St. Patrick's Day Event
Fondue Restaurant Will Celebrate with Girls Night Out Specials
Raleigh, NC, March 17, 2011 --(PR.com)-- The Melting Pot (http://www.meltingpot.com/location.aspx?q=100), part of North America's premier fondue restaurant franchise, has announced that it will host a St. Patrick's Day Girls Night Out on Thursday, March 17. It will celebrate with a three-course fondue dinner including cheese fondue, a petite entrée and chocolate fondue for $29 per person, and $5 specialty drinks and other adult beverages. Guests who wear green will be entered into a raffle for door prizes. Reservations are required. For more information, visit http://bit.ly/gmM95q. To make reservations, call (919) 878-0477.
"We are excited to host our St. Patrick's Day Event," said The Melting Pot of Raleigh owner Mark Conway. "We invite the Triangle community to join us for delicious fondue, great drink specials, door prizes and what is sure to be a fun evening."
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- For an invitation to this and other events at The Melting Pot of Raleigh, join the restaurant's membership program, Club Fondue. For more information, visit http://bit.ly/h6fnRw.
About The Melting Pot of Raleigh:
The Melting Pot of Raleigh, located at 3800 Wake Forest Road, is a locally operated restaurant from North America's premier fondue restaurant franchise, The Melting Pot Restaurants Inc., The upscale casual restaurant offers multi-course fondue meals that are customizable at each stage, offering a cheese fondue course, salad course, entrée fondue with meat, fish or vegetables and a dessert fondue course. The menu also features specialty drinks and wine. The restaurant offers six different celebration packages for special occasions, hosts various events with specials and offers membership privileges through Club Fondue. The Melting Pot supports St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in the fight against childhood cancer through yearly campaigns and contributions from a four-course "Big Night Out" dinner. Owner Mark Conway believes The Melting Pot of Raleigh should strive to serve guests, employees and vendors with hospitality and class. For more information, visit http://www.meltingpot.com/location.aspx?q=100.