Food & Drink

The Hub's 5 most incredible melty sandwiches

Published On 04/25/2013 Published On 04/25/2013
Chocolate-Bacon Grilled Cheese at Roxy's in Boston
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1. Roxy Beacon St & Chestnut Hill Ave, Brighton, MA 02135 (Allston Brighton)

The culinary vision of two brothers and a chef, this long-awaited first-to-the-Hub mobile fromage factory is finally parked in its latenight (as in 2am on weekends) Cleveland Circle spot where they're slingin' a rotating arsenal of over 30-plus contempo grilled cheese sammies made exclusively using mayo in lieu of butter -- partially because it's healthier, but mostly because it's better at creating its own shot.

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2. Mike & Patty's 12 Church St, Boston, MA 02116 (Bay Village)

Though both Mike and Patty have gone the way of Elvis and left the building, before they did they managed to pass the keys and name of their popular Bay Village lunchery on to one of their longtime sandwichiers, who -- with the help of some friends -- has reopened the doors and brought back all the original meat-friendly classics.

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3. Bistro du Midi 272 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02116 (Back Bay)

Enjoy Provencal-style cuisine at Bistro du Midi, including delectably melty grilled cheeses, seasonal oysters, duck, and lamb.

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4. Cheeseboy 720 Atlantic Ave, Boston, MA 02110 (Financial Dist Waterfront)

This comfort food kiosk is rockin' fresh soups and signature grilled cheese sammies-to-go like the Cheddar Delight on rye, or a make-your-own pepperoni, provolone, and roasted red pepper on Italian.