I would eat at the Grilled Cheese Grill every single day if I wasn’t terrified of gaining 8 million pounds and/or dying of cheese toxicity. 
This wonderful food cart is mere yards from my house. The first time I ate there the Footloose soundtrack was blasting from inside the dining area, which is a refurbished double-decker bus. The tables are decoupaged with Lifetouch class photos. After fashioning a time machine out of the aforementioned elements, one carton of chocolate milk, and some magical Lisa Frank unicorn stickers, I was instantly transported into Dove Elementary School’s cafeteria circa 1995. And then I ate my grilled cheese and tomato soup and sat by myself and read Little House on the Prairie while my moronic peers traded pogs.
Anyway, the sandwich I ordered this time around was The Northsider. Pesto, salami, provolone and tomato on sourdough. 
Things That I Liked About This Particular Sandwich
Sometimes pesto can be overwhelming, but this sandwich had the perfect amount.
Cheese was wonderfully melty, bread was wonderfully toasty.
Complimentary pickle.
Nostalgia.
Things That I Didn’t Like About This Particular Sandwich
The salami made it a little greasy, but at least it was the good, cured meat kind of greasy.
That’s really it. This sandwich was awesome. 
The GCG was also offering a special when I was there: The Seuss, with grilled ham, a fried egg, green onions, and cheddar. Just another example of their grilled cheese ingenuity.
The Northsider, $6.25 at The Grilled Cheese Grill. 9/10.

I would eat at the Grilled Cheese Grill every single day if I wasn’t terrified of gaining 8 million pounds and/or dying of cheese toxicity. 

This wonderful food cart is mere yards from my house. The first time I ate there the Footloose soundtrack was blasting from inside the dining area, which is a refurbished double-decker bus. The tables are decoupaged with Lifetouch class photos. After fashioning a time machine out of the aforementioned elements, one carton of chocolate milk, and some magical Lisa Frank unicorn stickers, I was instantly transported into Dove Elementary School’s cafeteria circa 1995. And then I ate my grilled cheese and tomato soup and sat by myself and read Little House on the Prairie while my moronic peers traded pogs.

Anyway, the sandwich I ordered this time around was The Northsider. Pesto, salami, provolone and tomato on sourdough. 

Things That I Liked About This Particular Sandwich

  • Sometimes pesto can be overwhelming, but this sandwich had the perfect amount.
  • Cheese was wonderfully melty, bread was wonderfully toasty.
  • Complimentary pickle.
  • Nostalgia.

Things That I Didn’t Like About This Particular Sandwich

  • The salami made it a little greasy, but at least it was the good, cured meat kind of greasy.
  • That’s really it. This sandwich was awesome. 

The GCG was also offering a special when I was there: The Seuss, with grilled ham, a fried egg, green onions, and cheddar. Just another example of their grilled cheese ingenuity.

The Northsider, $6.25 at The Grilled Cheese Grill. 9/10.