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Marie Reed  
Melting Pot
8/12/07, 9:54am
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Rob, AJ and I went to the Melting Pot in Pasadena to meet friends for dinner last Thursday night. It's a fondue place, and it was fantastic! Excellent atmosphere and food! Rob and I were very surprised at the great food. Desert was the highlight.

The only thing about that place is that, even though they accommodate babies/children with high chairs, they don't have a baby changing station. I thought that was weird. I had to go to a "staff room" to change AJ's diaper.

If you've never been there, I highly recommend it!

I give this restaurant a 10 out of 10! -- Even without a baby changing station.

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8/12/07, 10:41am (Last Edited: 8/12/07, 10:41am)
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Is that in Old Town? Lots of great places there we've been wanting to explore.

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8/12/07, 2:51pm
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>Is that in Old Town? Lots of great places there we've been
>wanting to explore.

Yep! It's right on Colorado Blvd. and Delacey (spelling?). It's in the same building as JJ's Steakhouse.

JJ's Steakhouse is another great place. A bit pricey, but excellent food. The men have to wear a sports coat or suit for dinner.

Saladang Song is another restaurant that I can recommend. It's on Fair Oaks Ave. in Pasadena as well. This is a great Thai restaurant. There are to Saladang restaurants side by side. It's kinda weird, but it works for me! One restaurant is more ethnic (and formal) than the other. Both have a wonderful menu.

I'll let you know if I can think of any others.

Rob and I love Pasadena. If we can just afford to buy a house there, we would!

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