Superhero Sunday every other Sunday at The Melting Pot Littleton
When the Littleton, CO location of The Melting Pot restaurant reached out to me and asked if our family would like to check out their Superhero Sunday meal, I jumped at the chance. I had never eaten at any of their locations before, but I have always heard great things about the restaurant chain. Besides, liquid cheese an melted chocolate? What’s not to love? Even better, this kid-friendly event is a blast for your favorite little superhero!
Through this summer every other Sunday, alternating with Fondue Fairytales, The Melting Pot’s Littleton restaurant offers face painting, dance parties, and even visits from superheroes for your kids to enjoy along with their familiar four-course meals including cheese fondue and melted chocolate.
My 7-year-old daughter absolutely loved every part of it. From the food to the facepainting and of course visit from Spider-man and Wonder Woman! She’s a good eater, so she loved dipping bread, veggies and apples into cheese and cooking her own chicken, sirloin, shrimp and ravioli. The highlight of the meal for her was dessert, dipping marshmallows, brownies, strawberries, Rice Krispy Treats and shortbread into milk chocolate. She loved her face painting so much that she went to great lengths to be able to keep it on for day camp the next day!
My husband and I had a similar menu as her, just with expanded beef options. We both chose California salads for our salad course (my daughter chose a fruit cup of summer melon and strawberries).
The service was wonderful and really in tune with the younger guests. Servers wore superhero themed t-shirts and face paint, too!
The next Superhero Sunday will be July 31st, and the last one of the summer is August 28. Adults are $35, children 4-12 are $14.95 and children under 3 eat free. This special event takes place only at the Littleton, CO location.
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