Food & Drink

Big D's 5 most incredible melty sandwiches

Published On 04/25/2013 Published On 04/25/2013
Delicious Grilled Cheese
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1. Ten Bells Tavern 232 W 7th St, Dallas, TX 75208 (Bishop Arts Dist)

A small, casual space with dark wood accents, low-key lighting, and the walls covered with eclectic framed images, Ten Bells has all the charm of a traditional English pub with all the southern goodness of a comfort food-centric menu. The locals favor Ten Bells for their hearty brunch menu, but honestly those short rib cheese fries taste exceptional at any meal—especially late night. Try the Duck Confit Hash or the Smoked Salmon Benedict, but don’t worry they have your traditional country breakfast options like sausage and eggs. They keep you guessing with an ever-changing list of craft cocktails, and host pub trivia on Wednesdays.

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2. Norma's Cafe 17721 N Dallas Tollway, Dallas, TX 75287 (Far North Dallas)

Since 1956, Norma's has been wrapping up Oak Cliff stomachs in the sweet embrace of authentic Texan comfort food, like their epiphany-inducing biscuits and gravy. The place is an institution with an award-winning menu and famous Mile-High Cream Pies™. The place is a total throwback with an authentic diner atmosphere and wholesome, friendly waitstaff.

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3. Cafe Brazil 6420 N Central Expy, Dallas, TX 75206 (University Park)

Try the grilled cheese at this popular cafe: A ciabatta roll stuffed with Asiago, cheddar, Monterrey Jack, and feta.

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4. Lucky's Cafe 3531 Oak Lawn Ave, Dallas, TX 75219

Lucky, indeed: most everything at this greasy spoon is covered in cheese. A grilled cheese with onions, tomatoes, green chillies, bacon, cheddar, Swiss? Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, and yes.