San Francisco’s American Grilled Cheese Kitchen

June 26, 2010

From the Wall Street Journal Online

By: Bobby White – June 24, 2010

American Grilled Cheese Kitchen, located in San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood three blocks east of AT&T Park, has become a lunch hot spot for hipsters and professionals because of its namesake: artisanal grilled cheese sandwiches.

Since opening in late May, lines have spilled out the door for its grilled cheese sandwiches that come in eight combinations. Some of the early favorites are the Mousetrap, with Tillamook sharp cheddar, creamy havarti and Monterey Jack; and the Windy City with provolone, roast beef, garlic butter and Chicago-style marinated peppers. Sandwiches are served on country-style levain bread, with sandwiches priced between $6 and $9.

Complete article (including a slideshow) can be viewed by clicking here.

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  3. Tamar Says:

    Our local farmers market has a vendor selling grilled cheese sandwiches! Yum!


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