Over all, our dining experience at the Melting Pot was lovely. The food was delicious! It's such fun to have lots of different little bites to try, and to get to play with your food!! I'd wholeheartedly recommend the Melting Pot to anyone, especially for a date, or other romantic evening or special occasion... with the following caveat. My only complaint is the wine list. The list isn't very impressive to begin with, and they were out of several things, making the options even more limited. Also, the fact that they don't have a single bottle of really nice champagne is a major disappointment--a restaurant of this quality (and at this price point!) where people are likely to go to celebrate should absolutely have at least one really nice bottle of bubbles. [One other quick side note: Moscato di Asti is NOT a wine that you'd want to drink with appetizers or your meal; it's much too sweet, and really should be on the dessert menu. But instead it's the only bottle of sparkling wine on the regular wine menu that is offered by the glass.] Finally, our waiter was quite new, and not old enough to drink, so he was really no help with the wine situation. They sent Edward over from the bar to try to advise us, and although he was wonderful, if the wine selection isn't very good to start with, even the loveliest of advisors won't be able to save the day. So please, Melting Pot, revise and update your wine menu so that it matches the quality and deliciousness of your food!!