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Ten Best Grilled Cheese Sandwiches in Broward and Palm Beach Counties

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8. Ms. Cheezious

For the record: This food truck would be higher on the list if it weren't based out of Miami. (And if you haven't heard about it, you must be living under a rock or something.) It offers an array of specialty sandwiches that are unlike anything you've ever had. From savory Grilled Blue & Bacon (crisp bacon and creamy blue cheese and green onion on sourdough bread) to the dessert Sweet Meltdown (ricotta cheese and orange marmalade blend on Texas toast served with chocolate dipping sauce), it's like grilled cheese on steroids. While there's no going wrong at this place, we love the Grilled Harvest. It combines spiced apples and Havarti cheese, toasted on multigrain bread.

See Also: Ten Best Mac & Cheese in Broward and Palm Beach

7. Himmarshee Public House

When a place is all about global comfort food, it better melt down one heck of a grilled cheese. Unsurprisingly, this Fort Lauderdale eatery does. It's "Milk Truck" grilled cheese combines creamy layers of four-year-aged cheddar, Fontina, and Havarti on artisan white bread with the traditional side, tomato basil soup. Sure, it's slightly reminiscent of the after-school snack you loved as a kid. But, like you, it's grown more worldly over time.

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