Whether it's in fondue form, garnished all over our nachos, or in cubes while we sip our wine, we're obsessed with cheese. Here are five places in San Francisco to get your cheese on.
The entire menu at American Grilled Cheese Kitchen is made up of breakfast, lunch, and dinner grilled cheese sandwiches. Dream. Come. True. Plus, the menu includes a list of add-ons, so you can create your own fantasy sandwich. // 1 S. Park St. (SoMa) or 2400 Harrison St. (Mission), theamericansf.com
To say that Outerlands' Cast Iron Grilled Cheese sandwich is a cheese overload would be an understatement. Your entire mouth will be filled with gooey cheese sprinkled with the perfect amount of garlic oil and sea salt. Pair it with their butternut squash soup for the perfect decadent lunch. // 4001 Judah St. (Outer Sunset), outerlandsf.com
The thought of adding bacon to a grilled cheese sando makes our mouths start to salivate. Bacon Bacon's glorious Bacon Grilled Cheese includes bacon jam and two types of salty and smoky bacon to make your tastebuds explode with flavor. // Multiple locations, baconbaconsf.com
(Photo Courtesy of Mission Cheese)
A restaurant dedicated to cheese, better have a damn good grilled cheese. Mission Cheese does not disappoint with four different sandwiches to choose from including The California Gold with San Joaquin Gold, chevre, prosciutto, and fig preserves and the Alotta Burrata with DiStefano burrata, balsamic cherry tomatoes, and basil. It's overwhelming, we know. // 736 Valencia St. (Mission), missioncheese.net
(Sierra Hartman, for the Big Eat 2015)
Cockscomb cooks up a mean grilled cheese. The bread is soaked in slightly sweet honey and then garnished with the ham, duck egg and loads of cheese, of course. Truffles are an optional (but delicious) addition. // Cockscomb, 564 4th St. (SoMa), cockscombsf.com