April was National Grilled Cheese Month, and you had no idea. Make up for it by snagging Mile High's five most feisty dairy sandwiches. Hopefully May is National Don't Get Off The Couch Month
Steuben's Food Service's Grilled Cheese
523 E 17th Ave; Uptown; 303.830.1001
It's no surprise the comfort food experts at Steuben's make a mean grilled cheese, but it is a surprise that their White/ Yellow/ American/ Muenster monstrosity on City Bakery bread is only $4 and includes chips. Top it with green chile for an extra dose of tasty.
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Gather's Mac and Cheese Grilled Cheese
1062 Delaware St; Southwest; 303.823.4172
Nestled inside the tech incubator building Galvanize, Gather makes the nerds who work there even more sedentary by grilling up an epic mac & cheese grilled cheese made even more tasty with Tender Belly ham.
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Madison's Cheese Press's Grilled Cheese
6562 Lookout Rd; Boulder; 303.530.1560
The lactose intolerant should avoid even reading about this grilled cheese shop located inside of a fro-yo palace (Aspen Leaf in North Boulder), and their Roasted & Toasted, which crams salami, Provolone, roasted peppers & arugula in a sammie.
All about the Cheese Press here...
6902 South Vine St; SouthGlenn; 720.289.2905
A walk-up window in SouthGlenn that focuses only on grilled cheese and tomato soup, Yo'Cheese's Grace packs in multiple slices of Wisconsin white, sharp cheddar, and American, tops it with smokehouse bacon, and sandwiches it between thick white bread slices.
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Sassafras American Eatery's Grilled Cheese
2637 W 26th Ave; Northwest; 303.433.0080
A Jefferson Park-based breakfast and lunch joint that also knows their way around comfort food, Sassafras' sharp cheddar and mozz-filled sandwich comes on Bluepoint Bakery multi-grain, and can be layered with house-cured bacon. Dip it into their housemade gumbo for a Southern twist on the classic, and to feel like a genius.
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