Where is The Melting Pot Corporate office Headquarters

The Melting Pot Headquarters Address and Contact

The Melting Pot
  • Address: 8810 Twin Lakes Boulevard, Tampa, FL 33614, United States
  • Phone Number: 813-881-0055
  • Fax Number: 813-889-9361
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees:  5000
  • Established: 1975
  • Founder: N/A
  • Key People: Mike Lester (President)

The Melting Pot Headquarters Location & Directions

The Melting Pot Headquarters Executive Team



Mr. Mike Johnston

Co-founder and Chairman

Mr. Robert Johnston

Co-Founder, Corporate Principal and Chairman of Board & CEO of Front Burner Brands

Mr. Mark Johnston

Co-Founder, Corporate Principal & President & Chief Concept Officer - Front Burner Brands

Sandy D’Elosua

National Director of Communications

About The Melting Pot, History and Headquarters Information

The Melting Pot was founded in the year 1975. The company has been operational for almost 44 years now. The founders of the company were Mark Johnston, Mike Johnston and Bob Johnston. The first Melting Pot opened in April 1975 in Maitland, Florida – a suburban city of the Orlando Metropolitan Area – and served only three items on its menu. After receiving permission from its original owners, The Melting Pot of Tallahassee was established in the year 1979. As the restaurant expanded its franchise, the menu grew larger. In 1985, the Johnston brothers purchased all rights to the Melting Pot brand. On June 1, 2008, the original location in Maitland closed. In the year 2013, the company had closed down its Ontario, Canada, store. This was followed by the closing down of restaurants in Louisiana and also New York, USA, in the year 2018. The headquarters of the company is based in 8810 Twin Lakes Boulevard. The name of the place is Tampa, while the name of the state is Florida, USA. The pin code is 33614.

The Melting Pot is an American restaurant company that focuses on providing various types of cuisines including seafood and meat. As of the year 2018, the company has more than 167 franchises all over the USA, Mexico, Canada and Qatar. The current president of the company is Mike Lester. As of the current date, the company has more than 5,000 working in it.

The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers to enjoy a casual dining experience with good food and drinks, offered by the company’s restaurants. The restaurants also serve cheese fondues, wines, salads, entrees of meat and seafood served with dipping sauces and oil too.

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  • K Secco says:

    We went to the LIttleton, Co location yesterday for our 12th anniversary, we booked online specifically on Sunday at noon for a dinner for 2 $140 + 1 $15 adult and 2 kids (kids eat free this day).

    We were so excited to celebrate our family day. We arrived and the waiter asked if we had been there before, we said know, it was our first time. He explained the dinner choices and dinner menus were on the table. He left us then returned and asked us if we wanted lunch menus instead, I responded that it did not matter to us as we had never been there, he urgently said “oh let me grab you the lunch menu’s”.. that was all he said then I asked for suggestions on flavors.

    we had dinner and then he brought us the bill for $278!
    He charged us for 2 dinners for 2 adults plus another adult, I questioned him, I said do kids not eat free?
    He says “oh not for the lunch menu”.. and runs off never returning….
    What a shady way to do biz, we will NEVER return here and will be sure to tell everyone about this shady practice.

    also one of the 2 burners did not work for the first 2 courses so we had to walk around the table.

  • Minerva Napier says:

    I went to the Melting Pot Orlando and I’ve got to share with you my experience. I’ve been going to the Melting Pot since 1981 (Miami) but this one in Orlando IS the best experienced I’ve had. Scott is by far the BEST server at the restaurant. He took time to explain details in our fondue experience that no one has ever done before…He explained how to get the fondue NOT to stick to the bottom and so much more. His service is top notch because he CARES about what he is doing. THAT makes all the difference in the world. The food is always delicious, fresh and I love everything here, but the “Fondue Experience” is greatly impacted by server knowledge. Scott should be sent to other Melting Pots to train servers properly in explaining details that truly enhance the whole wonderful experience. I can’t say enough about him. The manager visited our table twice so he is very hands on too. What I plan to do is simply ask for Scott ‘going forward’ and if he is off that night then we’ll move our fondue reservation to when he is ‘on’. LOL Over all, this restaurant IS the very best in Orlando. A+

  • Kimberly Sluyter says:

    I am dining at the coral springs location on mother’s day, paying a fortune for 14 people to dine. They gave us 3 burners which is already ridiculous considering I get 2 burners for 4 people when we come. We have allergies at the table and 14 different personalities and likes and we are forced to decide on 3 items. Not only that, we were given the same amount of cheese we are normally given when we are 4 people. Not everyone at our table was able to enjoy the cheese. I asked the manager Elizabeth Honden to please refill one of our cheeses as it was not an adequate amount for 14 people. She was very rude and insisted we be charged for it. Are you kidding me??? People at my table had 1 or 2 pieces of bread with cheese and you believe that is adequate? We come monthly with 4 people and we get plenty of cheese with some to spare. This was absolutely ridiculous. It’s mother’s day, im spending $50/person plus drinks and you gave me enough cheese for 6 people. But besides that, she was EXTREMELY RUDE and upset my whole family. I would love to walk out in the middle of the meal, but im actually a decent human being.
    It also took 20 minutes to get my bar drink which was then incorrect. This is a horrible experience and we are only half way through. I won’t be back.

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