Beef bourguignon. Chocolate soufflé. Lièvre à la royale.
And the most complicated of them all: slice of bread, then cheese, then another slice of bread...
It’s called Greenspan’s Grilled Cheese, mostly because it’s chef Eric Greenspan making all kinds of grilled cheeses, and it all starts today on Melrose.
You could make your own grilled cheese for lunch. Sure. You know how and everything. It’s just... it’d really be better just to roll over to this simple, streamlined counter with walls clad in Halloween colors and let a Patina vet/renowned grilled cheese champion do it for you.
You’ll have nine choices and a DIY option: everything from pastrami with aged cheddar and housemade apple mustard chutney on sourdough... to pulled pork with gruyère and sauerkraut on pumpernickel... to a tuna melt... to an Elvis-friendly banana, bacon, peanut butter and goat cheese number on white bread. And yes, they have tomato soup.
So you could grab-and-go, sure, but this is important: you can order your sandwiches at Melrose Umbrella Co., that beautiful bar next door.
Not that you’ve ever craved a grilled cheese with your beer.