Melting Pot

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A popular term for a region where multiple ethnic groups intermingle culturally, and often intermarry, resulting in increased genetic diversity
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These more diverse metropolitan areas are located in the emerging melting pot regions of the country, which, recent trends suggest, will differ sharply from the mostly white and white/black heartland regions.
The divide between melting pot region and heartland region is occurring largely because immigrant flows--arriving at about one million per year--continue to concentrate in a handful of gateway metropolitan areas and states.
A typical dining experience at The Melting Pot lasts approximately two hours for the four courses.
With more than 145 restaurants nationwide, existing locations in 37 states including the District of Columbia, and over 13 locations currently in development, The Melting Pot Restaurants Inc.
The Melting Pot to Bring Unique Dining Experience to The Providence Place Mall
The Melting Pot to Open in the Famous Boston Park Plaza Hotel & Towers