We’re serving up mounds of ooey-gooey, cheesy goodness, from Cleveland's colossal triple-decker grilled cheese sandwich, to a luscious lobster-stuffed mac and cheese in New York, to a fiery cheese spectacular ...Go to Episode
Baumgartner’s opened in 1931, making it the oldest cheese store in Wisconsin. It specializes in the finest array of Wisconsin cheese sandwiches and perfectly pairing them with local beers. The tradition lives on!
1023 16th Ave
Monroe, WI 53566
Homeroom is not the same mac and cheese you remember from school. This cheerful restaurant has an enormous chalkboard with a map of California showing where the artisanal cheeses are made.
400 40th St
Oakland, CA 94609
Macbar puts a gourmet twist on this childhood comfort food. With 12 different kinds of mac and cheese infused with gourmet culinary creations, your comfort craving will be satisfied on a whole new level.
54 Prince St
New York, NY 10012
Melt Bar and Grilled in Ohio serves up good old-fashioned grilled cheeses – with a twist. Whether it’s the Big Popper, the Rising Sun Shrimp or the Wet Hot Buffalo Chicken, every sandwich here is elevated to a gut-busting gourmet experience.
14718 Detroit Ave
Lakewood, OH 44107
The Melting Pot in Thousand Oaks is keeping the 1970s alive as the last bastion of fondue – a place where everyone gathers around a bowl of bubbling melted cheese to dip in for a communal meal.
3685 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd
Thousand Oaks, CA 91362
The Greek tradition of fried cheese started by pan frying fresh kefalotyri cheese in the kitchen, and then serving it as a “meze” or appetizer to guests in the dining room.
314 S. Halsted St
Chicago, IL 60661
In an attempt to make French fries even tastier, Pat Snuffer decided to smother them in aged cheddar back in 1978. The result took Dallas by storm. The fries, lost in a sea of hot cheese, can be topped with bacon, jalapenos or chives.
3526 Greenville Ave
Dallas, TX 75206
How about a quarter pounder with your quarter pounder? At the Squeeze Inn, each cheeseburger is served with just as much cheese as meat!
5301 Power Inn Rd
Sacramento, CA 95820