Six Sandwiches To Sink Your Teeth Into On National Grilled Cheese Day
Apr 12, 2018 01:42PM
● By Ashley Madonna
It's time to celebrate! April 12 is National Grilled Cheese Day. And while it seems like every day these days is dedicated to one dish or another, we’ll take any excuse to get our hands on these glorious sandwiches. Find out where you should grab a flavorsome lunch or dinner with the kids today.
While East Hampton Sandwich Company’s menu is full of delectable sandwiches, wraps and salads, their Pesto Chicken Caprese – made with herb-roasted chicken, sun-dried tomato, mozzarella, Italian seasoning, shaved purple onion, fresh basil and basil pesto aioli – is a must. It’s gooey mozzarella more than qualifies this beautiful dish as a grilled cheese. Plus, its other intricate flavors create something unique that you can enjoy every day of the week. Make sure to grab the kids their own Grilled Cheese while you are out enjoying the quick-service eatery.
For quality crafted sandwiches made on freshly baked bread, venture over to Great Harvest Bread Company. The premium lunch destination puts their own spin on classics, like their Grown Up Grilled Cheese, made with melted sharp cheddar, provolone, thinly sliced apples, bacon and pepper jelly. Give yourself some time today to sit back, enjoy a cup of Avoca coffee and dig into this scrumptious sandwich.
For good comfort food in a casual environment, park yourself at Lucy’s Lot in Grapevine. Their GVTX Grilled Cheese, made with brisket, cheddar, Gouda, caramelized onions and jalapenos, plays around with both sweet and spice to create a well-rounded sandwich. And with a side of Ballpark Tots, crispy taters covered in queso, jalapenos, bacon, sour cream and green onion, your stomach will thank you later for this indulgent meal.
Can anyone else not enjoy a glorious grilled cheese without having some zesty tomato basil soup to dip it in? For an exquisite pairing of this classic combination, stop by Main Street Bistro & Bakery in Grapevine. Their Grilled Cheese Sandwich, made with cheddar, Gruyere and smoked Gouda, & Tomato Basil Bisque duo is available for just $9. It’s a steal on two beautifully simple but tasty treats.
To feel like you are enjoying a mouthwatering grilled cheese right out of your mama’s kitchen, head over to Mason & Dixie in Grapevine. With options like their Classic Grilled Cheese, made with Monterey jack, Tillamook cheddar and Muenster cheese, and their grown up version made with Black Forest Ham and Dijonnaise, their sandwiches keep everyone satisfied. Be sure to ask what is their dessert of the week – they are always whipping up something new in the back.
For an Italian twist on the sandwich, stop into Southlake Town Square to enjoy the Margherita Melt at Pure Café. By combining fresh basil, tomato and mozzarella cheese, this sandwich uses basic ingredients to create something rather spectacular. Whether you let the kids enjoy their traditional Grilled Cheese or try out one of their unique smoothies, it’s easy to find something to savor at this local favorite.