National Grilled Cheese Day is April 12. Actually, you can celebrate America’s favorite childhood lunch throughout April, which is National Grilled Cheese Month.
Here’s a quick guide on where to find these crispy, melty, buttery and cheesy sandwiches around town:
Tank’s Bar and Grill, 2033 Wayne Ave
You can order a regular grilled cheese here, or get the Tanks”My Way” Grilled Cheese which is swiss, cheddar, provolone, american cheeses with lettuce, tomato, banana peppers, mayo, mustard and horseradish on dark rye.
Coco’s Bistro, 250 Warren St
For the classic combo, Coco’s Bistro offers up a panko breaded, four cheeses sandwich served up with tomato bisque on their lunch menu.
Dublin Pub, 300 Wayne Avenue
Then Monster Grilled Cheese is cheddar, monster jack and swiss cheeses melted between three sices of toasted sour dough bread (we add bacon to this and order a side of pub fries). There’s also an option for the Angry Monster which is made with a smoky ghost pepper jack cheese and Irish rashers for those that like it spicy!
The Deli at Webster Street Market, 32 Webster Street
C’est Cheese, mobil food truck
Trish can often be found at Arrow Wine on Far Hills, and serves up a menu full of grilled cheese variations. Try the Don Quixote one of Trish’s favorites as it has the corn, black beans, jalapeño with two different cheeses and a chipotle mayo.
Sonic, 10 locations around town
When you’re on the go this delicious classic cheesy concoction of two thick slices of Texas Toast with classic melted American cheese hits the spot.