You never outgrow grilled cheese sandwiches – they just get more epic.
Toast offers FOUR different kinds of grilled cheese sandwiches, which are all served with a bowl of roasted tomato soup.
If you like it hot, try the Spicy Chipotle Grilled Cheese – with sharp cheddar, sliced tomatoes, red onions , cilantro, smokey chipotle and molasses. The Garlic Cheddar Grilled Cheese is another option if that’s more your thing, which is filled with roasted garlic shallots, tomato slices and sharp cheddar. The Three Cheese Grilled Cheese is probably the most traditional route you can take, served with Mozzarella, baby Swiss and Provolone cheese.
If the tomato soup isn’t enough for you on its own, get it on your sandwich, too. The Caprese is served with sliced tomatoes mozzarella and provolone cheeses with fresh basil pesto.
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The Anchor Grilled Cheese is composed of three cheeses: emmentaler (kind of like Swiss), sharp cheddar and brie. It’s grilled to perfection and served on thick-cut sourdough bread. The Village Anchor is a cozy, European-style roost with a soup du jour that will surely complement this sandwich.
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This grilled cheese is stacked high and grilled to golden-brown perfection. Manhattan Grill is a family-owned breakfast and lunch spot that has been a favorite of the downtown area for years. They even deliver!
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Just like their burgers, Grind isn’t messing around with their grilled cheese. More than just one kind of cheese – cheddar, Swiss, Parmesan, sautA�ed kale, hot mustard on rye.
Grind is committed to crafting their menu with quality, locally-sourced products. Their beef is homegrown, no antibiotics and all the other burger joints do now. They really take pride in their burgers, and now grilled cheeses, and you can taste it in every delicious bite.
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Brought to you by the founders of Rye. Atlantic No5 features an innovative take on breakfast and lunch. It’s an upscale, modern lunch spot – and its interpretation of the classic grilled cheese sandwich is no exception. This grilled cheese is made with goat cheese – it’s a delicacy you don’t want to miss.
The coffee served is from Sungeros, and it’s not only drip coffee – stop in for an espresso beverage, as well.
Momma’s serves up their grilled cheese with any meat you’d like, so it’s more than just a grilled cheese – it’s a full-on BBQ experience. Brisket or chicken, their meat is dry rubbed and smoked. This buttery, cheesy goodness is served with two sides so good, you’d think they were homemade. Baked beans, coleslaw, mac & cheese and more – you’ll have to come back just to get a chance to try them all.
Mussel and Burger Bar is known for its epic burgers (and mussels), but it is a little-known fact that their grilled cheese is, in fact, epic as well. This grilled cheese is served with braised ribs, GruyereA�cheese, caramelized onions on a toasted brioche bread that is made in-house.
Mussel and Burger Bar graced Louisville by opening its doors only just a few years ago, and we’ve been in love ever since. Its innovative menu and larger-than-life burgers keeps the masses coming back for more.
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This Gourmet Grilled Cheesemobile serves some of Louisville’s favorite grilled cheese on sourdough or wheatberry bread. Grilled Cheeses are their specialty and you may find something sweet, like the “Fancy Pants” with soft cream brie, granny smith apples, grilled onions and walnuts. Or maybe you’re into something more hearty, like the Turkey Bacon Swiss, with sliced turkey, Applewood smoked bacon and Swiss cheese.
Their grilled cheeses are original and served up fresh and hot, so make sure to stop by their food truck when you get the chance.
The Backdoor serves up some of the city’s most delightfully greasy bar food. Their grilled cheese is certainly not an exception to the rule, and is just as amazing as you would expect from this fine establishment. Buttery and cheesy and everything you could possibly want when you’re three sheets to the wind at 2:00 AM.
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