The Melt The Melt

About Us

Here at The Melt, we do exactly what our name says: We melt things. We start out with the highest quality cheeses, all-natural meats and fresh artisan breads, then we melt them to amazing. Every bite of our crunchy, melty grilled sandwiches and juicy, flavorful cheeseburgers will put a smile on your face and happiness in your heart.

Not only does our food taste amazing, we make it with 100% all-natural ingredients. No artificial colors or flavors. No preservatives. No high fructose corn syrup. And nothing you can’t pronounce. It’s food that tastes great and you can feel great about!

My team and I guarantee 100% happiness with every experience at The Melt. If we ever fail to live up to this guarantee, please let us know and we will make things right. I’d love to hear from you with your thoughts on our restaurant, the food, the service. I read every email, so when you say something, I’m listening.

Sincerely,

Ralph Bower
Melter in Chief
The Melt


Our Ingredient Quality Standards

We carefully evaluate and select each and every menu ingredient at The Melt so you can feel great that each & every bite is free of artificial preservatives, colors, flavors, sweeteners, and hydrogenated fats.



Roll over the letters to see a list of ingredients that don't meet our quality standards and as a result, you will not find at The Melt.


  1. A
    A
    • acesulfame-K (acesulfame potassium)
    • acetylated esters of mono- and diglycerides
    • ammonium chloride
    • artificial colors
    • artificial flavors
    • aspartame
    • azodicarbonamide
  2. B
    B
    • benzoates in food
    • benzoyl peroxide
    • BHA (butylated hydroxyanisole)
    • BHT (butylated hydroxytoluene)
    • bleached flour
    • bromated flour
    • brominated vegetable oil (BVO)
  3. C
    C
    • calcium bromate
    • calcium disodium EDTA
    • calcium peroxide
    • calcium propionate
    • calcium saccharin
    • calcium sorbate
    • calcium stearoyl-2-lactylate
    • caprocaprylobehenin
    • carmine
    • certified colors
    • cyclamates
    • cysteine (l-cysteine), as an additive for bread products
  4. D
    D
    • DATEM (Diacetyl tartaric and fatty acid esters of mono and diglycerides)
    • dimethylpolysiloxane
    • dioctyl sodium sulfosuccinate (DSS)
    • disodium calcium EDTA
    • disodium dihydrogen EDTA
    • disodium guanylate
    • disodium inosinate
  5. E
    E
    • EDTA
    • ethyl vanillin
    • ethylene oxide
    • ethoxyquin
  6. F
    F
    • FD&C colors
    • foie gras
  7. G
    G
    • GMP (disodium guanylate)
  8. H
    H
    • Hexa-, hepta- and octa-esters of sucrose
    • high fructose corn syrup
    • hydrogenated fats
  9. I
    I
    • IMP (disodium inosinate)
    • irradiated foods
  10. J
    J
  11. K
    K
  12. L
    L
    • lactylated esters of mono- and diglycerides
    • lead soldered cans
  13. M
    M
    • methyl silicon
    • methylparaben
    • microparticularized whey protein derived fat substitute
    • monosodium glutamate (MSG)
  14. N
    N
    • natamycin
    • nitrates/nitrites
  15. O
    O
  16. P
    P
    • partially hydrogenated oil
    • polydextrose
    • potassium benzoate
    • potassium bromate
    • potassium sorbate
    • propionates
    • propyl gallate
    • propylparaben
  17. Q
    Q
  18. R
    R
  19. S
    S
    • saccharin
    • sodium aluminum sulfate
    • sodium benzoate (except in fountain soda)
    • sodium diacetate
    • sodium glutamate
    • sodium nitrate/nitrite
    • sodium propionate
    • sodium stearoyl-2-lactylate
    • solvent extracted oils, as standalone single-ingredient oils (except grapeseed oil)
    • sorbic acid
    • sucralose
    • sucroglycerides
    • sucrose polyester
    • sulfites (except in wines, meads and ciders)
  20. T
    T
    • TBHQ (tertiary butylhydroquinone)
    • tetrasodium EDTA
  21. U
    U
  22. V
    V
    • vanillin
  23. W
    W
  24. X
    X
  25. Y
    Y
  26. Z
    Z