I like the fact that there are no crusts on the sandwiches.
Bad customer service and the place was finally open the third (and last time) I went back to use my groupon during the hours they said they'd be open; should've been able to use multiple groupons from one group as stated in the message board; was told I couldn't use my groupon for tuna when it's clearly listed on the groupon (showed the list on my phone and was told again the tuna wasn't part of the deal -- no kidding...because I didn't hear the first 2 times!!). Finally honoured it but I've never tried so hard as a customer to get what I paid for. Anyways, the Melt really needs to get their act together. Thank goodness Groupon refunded me the rest of the unused groupons for this deal. Thank you, Groupon.
please make set hours for your business.
great job, a little more character required to upscale the place and better hours please.
advertise for picnics.....
def. not worth $7/grilled cheese with a bit of meat. many other sandwich shops around offer additional salad choices on sandwich for much less $. Waited 20 min. for order - whole lunch break used. Will NOT return.
Need to grow the menu offerings...salads, desserts, ice cream
Try being open a little bit more often.
no weekend hours made it a little difficult to visit for people not working downtown.
Great job! You should open on weekends. Working in Sidney makes it very difficult to enjoy your restaurant.
It is a barebones cafe. They didn't have straws for the drinks. No milk for the children.
From Our Editors
Using sustainable seafood and hormone-free, organic, and ethically-raised meats, the chefs at The Melt craft delectable, gourmet grilled-cheese sandwiches. Their locally sourced ingredients meld into melts such made with apples and bacon, wild tuna, or spiced avocado and lamb. Additionally, bowls of Ukrainian borscht grace the menu, along with breakfast melts—such as egg and bacon—and fresh-squeezed juice.