Raleigh, NC, June 24, 2011 --(PR.com)-- Mark Conway, owner of The Melting Pot of Raleigh (http://www.meltingpot.com), part of North America's premier fondue restaurant franchise, has been named a finalist for Best Romantic Restaurant in Wake County in Independent Weekly's 2011 Best of the Triangle Awards, an annual readers' poll. Located at 3100 Wake Forest Road, The Melting Pot of Raleigh's unique and intimate dining experience, coupled with the restaurant's ability to specially adjust to the customer's favorite dishes, has defined the fondue experience and established the restaurant as the premier fondue dining option in the Triangle. To view The Melting Pot of Raleigh's menu, visit http://bit.ly/iDepJb.
Quotes: "Being named as a finalist for Best Romantic Restaurant in Wake County is a tremendous honor," said Conway. "The Melting Pot of Raleigh provides an intimate and interactive dining experience, and we are excited to join alongside other great local restaurants for this year's Best of the Triangle awards."
New Media: The Melting Pot of Raleigh's Facebook Account http://www.facebook.com/meltingpotraleigh
The Melting Pot's Social Media Hub http://www.fonduefanatics.com/
Details: - For more information on Independent Weekly and the 2011 Best of the Triangle awards, visit http://www.indyweek.com/.
With 143 restaurants in North America, existing locations in 36 states, Canada and Mexico and 17 locations currently in development, The Melting Pot Restaurants is the premier fondue restaurant franchise. Founded in 1975, The Melting Pot continues to be a memorable dining experience where patrons can dip into something different. Guests enjoy a choice of fondue cooking styles and a variety of unique entrées combined with dipping sauces. The menu also includes cheese fondues, salads, fine wines and chocolate fondue desserts. The Melting Pot is an affiliate of Front Burner Brands, a restaurant management company headquartered in Tampa, Fla. For more information, visit www.meltingpot.com.