Melt Bar and Grilled Now Open in Avon

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Update: Western Cleveland suburbanites and cheese lovers rejoice, Melt is now open in Avon. Per Melt's press release, the latest grilled cheese outpost in the ever-expanding chain seats approximately 270 people. Find them at 35546 Detroit Rd.

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(Original story 5/1/2017): Melt Bar and Grilled will open another restaurant in Avon sometime this summer. It will be the local restaurant group’s tenth full-service location. The company will be taking over the former Bar 145 space (35546 Detroit Rd.) on Detroit near Route 83.

At 6,000 square feet, this location tops all others in terms of size, with seating for approximately 270 guests when all is said and done. A roomy four-season patio/private dining room alone can accommodate up to 80 guests.



The Avon location is on track to open in August. When it does, it will join two other new locations that will open just before it.

A Cedar Point location will offer a full food menu, craft beer and cocktails in a Cedar Point-themed space.

The Dayton spot will be located at The Mall at Fairfield Commons (2727 Fairfield Commons) in Beavercreek, Ohio, just east of downtown Dayton. The 5,000-square-foot restaurant is being built from the ground up and will reside near the main entrance to the mall. The Dayton Melt opening is planned for Monday, June 12th.

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