The Melting Pot of Raleigh Hosts Cinco De Mayo Girls Night Out Event
Raleigh Fondue Restaurant Will Celebrate with Club Fondue Member Special
Raleigh, NC, April 29, 2011 --(PR.com)-- The Melting Pot of Raleigh (http://www.meltingpot.com/location.aspx?q=100), part of North America's premier fondue restaurant franchise, has announced that it will host a Cinco De Mayo Girls Night Out on Thursday, May 5 for Club Fondue members only. Three courses of Latin American-inspired fondue and adult beverages will be offered for $29 per person, not including 18 percent gratuity and tax charges. Clue Fondue members will receive invitations and a password to make reservations by email.
Quotes: "Our Cinco De Mayo Girls Night Out presents excellent fondue at an amazing price," said The Melting Pot of Raleigh owner Mark Conway. "With Latin American flavors and discounted beverages, we hope our Club Fondue members not only enjoy the affordable dining but the overall experience of the evening."
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Details: - For more information on The Melting Pot of Raleigh's Cinco De Mayo Girls Night Out, call (919) 878-0477.
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., opened in 1991. 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.