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The ATX's 5 most incredible melty sandwiches

Published On 04/25/2013 Published On 04/25/2013
The grilled cheese from Burro Cheese Kitchen
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1. Burro Cheese Kitchen 1603 S Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78704 (South Austin)

The stinky cheese man behind Burro Cheese Kitchen is plating high-end, build-your-own grilled cheese sandwiches with creative cheese choices like Lavender Cheddar and Smoked Blue.

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2. The Park at the Domain 11601 Domain Dr, Ste 200, Austin, TX 78758 (Austin)

Union Park has shuttered its West 6th watering hole and moved into a massive, still-sporting Aloft space outfitted with two patios, tasteful Longhorn memorabilia, and a gloriously gratuitous flatscreen armada (15+) including a custom 360-degree projection ring-screen to, you know, rule them all.

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3. Henri's 2024 S Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX 78704 (South Austin)

Henri's is a by-day retail & sandwich shop that morphs into a neighborhood wine bar come nightfall. Snag affordable vinos curated by the owners (two are level-two sommeliers), and grab provisions from their locally stocked deli case, or just go for a rotating sando like a rye number with raclette, pastrami, house mustard, and McClure's pickles.

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4. Chedd's Gourmet Grilled Cheese 4601 N Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX 78751

Get your fill of gourmet grilled cheese at Chedd's, with varieties like Buffalo on a Chicken (buff chicken and blue cheese on sourdough), Mac & Que (BBQ beef, 'roni, and havarti on Texas Toast), and the Hot Gobbler (turkey, pepper jack, onions, 'penos, banana peppers, and mayo on white).

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5. Yellow Jacket Social Club 1704 E 5th St, Austin, TX 78702 (Austin)

This high school mascot-inspired bar has a late-night patio with plenty of ambiance, booze, and not-so-bar-like snacks. Locally soured ingredients make their handmade paninis and apps as tempting as that second drink.

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