• Melt Kitchen and Bar

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  • White Veg-options

Serves meat, vegan options available. Restaurant offering labeled vegan options. Dishes include panko fried cauliflower, spicy peanut tofu wrap, fried avocado tacos and more. Vegan cheese available for paninis and salads. Open Wed-Sat 11:00am-12:00am, Sun 10:00am-4:00pm.

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6 Reviews

First Review by gabadoodledoo


Points +78

07 Oct 2023

Nice place

Good place for vegan meals and omni too. Had the fries NOT fried in duck fat. The fried cauliflower vegan was bland on its own. Photo shows non vegan sauces, ranch and buffalo, but could sub the vegan sambal aioli, but its spicy for the cauliflower dipping sauce. Had the artichoke tacos and they were very good.

Pros: Atmosphere nice, knowlegeable wait staff, Good vegan choices, Omni menu

Cons: Small wait



Points +99

27 Jun 2023

Nice bar

Bartender nice! Fried cauliflower a bit boring. Brussel sprouts great w bacon in the side😄


Points +144

05 Aug 2022

Very good!

Been there a few times and always get the vegan chicken burger, but I don’t see it on their menu online (hope they didn’t remove it…it was delicious!)


Points +20

01 Oct 2021

1st dining experience at Melt

My server was so polite and knowledgeable. My vegan burger sprouts and cauliflower was nice. Also my Melt Mule. The owner (peach shirt) however, looked as if he picked and chose who he would great as guest.


Points +79

07 Feb 2021

Vegan and veg options

This is a great option for vegans who want to go out to eat with their meat eating friends. The food isn’t life changing, but I appreciate that they are inclusive of all types of diets😄

Pros: Vegan options

Cons: Up charging for vegan cheese and burgers


Points +250

27 Dec 2019

Great food, limited options

Our server was very knowledgeable and helpful. They have an impossible burger not on the menu. He informed us their buns are not vegan though, but you can get the burger on bread. Anything fried is in a shared frier with chicken wings so we opted out of the chips and fried cauliflower. The port city panini with vegan cheese and roasted red pepper vegan aioli was DELICIOUS. My boyfriend got the avocado tacos (we realized later this was also fried.. whoops) he said they were very good. My dad got the impossible burger on sourdough and enjoyed the vegan cheese options. The limited options might not make it my first choice, but a great option for a mixed vegan/omnivore group! It’s pretty pricey too ($18 for the impossible burger with vegan cheese...)

Pros: Helpful staff, Delicious food , Lots of drink options

Cons: Shared frier , Limited options , Expensive

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