Resale Opportunities

Invest in an Existing Fondue Restaurant Franchise

The Melting Pot® offers a unique dining concept designed to make the everyday occasion a bit more special. Our fondue restaurant franchise provides the ideal setting for the Perfect Night Out®. If you’re interested in being a part of The Melting Pot family, you may want to consider investing in one of our resale opportunities. From time to time, existing franchise locations become available for purchase. These units deliver an established base clientele, built-in brand awareness, and existing revenue streams, among other benefits.

View our listing of current Published resale opportunities below:

St. Louis, Missouri (University City)

Listed Price: $650,000.00

The storefront of a Melting Pot location that is available for resale in Saint Louis, Missouri

This Melting Pot location in St. Louis opened in 1999 and is located in an eclectic downtown area. This family-owned restaurant is the perfect place to grab a great victory meal after an evening enjoying the nearby arts or enjoy a romantic, intimate dinner with your significant other in warm, ambient lighting. A fixed track trolley is expected to have its final stop within walking distance and will open expected in Dec. 2017. The franchisor (The Melting Pot Restaurants, Inc.) and the landlord must approve all prospective purchasers.

Somerville, New Jersey

Listed Price: $799,000.00
(Included in listed price: The melting Pot License & A New Jersey Liquor License)

The storefront of a Melting Pot location that is available for resale in Somerville, New Jersey

This Melting Pot location in New Jersey opened in 2005 and is located in a historic downtown area. The Melting Pot is a fondue restaurant that offers a truly unique experience in a fun-filled atmosphere. This family-owned restaurant is the perfect place to grab a great victory meal after a college football game or enjoy a romantic, intimate dinner with your significant other in warm, ambient lighting. The franchisor (The Melting Pot Restaurants, Inc.) and the landlord must approve all prospective purchasers.