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martsj Nov 25, 2009 08:42 AM

My wife and I went shopping at the CT Post Mall in Milford. We went to grab a bite in their food court and she noticed some place called Grilled Cheese To Go. I skipped it but my wife ordered and I had a bite - and I'll be darned - it was actually really good. I think her's was the "healthy grilled" sandwich - looked like they had a few different ones. In any case, the staff said they were a franchise and just was wondering if anybody knew of them?

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    Dinsdale45 Nov 25, 2009 08:58 AM

    http://www.grilledcheesetogo.com/menu...

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      lsnhc Nov 25, 2009 10:23 AM

      There's an article about them in today's New Haven Register. The founder is a young graduate of Yale's School of Management. This is their first location with plans to franchise.

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        Bette Nov 25, 2009 11:58 AM

        I am listening to Faith Middleton and she mentioned this restaurant on today's show. I figured it would be downtown Milford, because she did not state. I'll check it out, though I'm hardly ever at the mall.

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        ratbuddy Nov 25, 2009 06:01 PM

        I like the simplicity of that menu. Only downer is the fake looking cookies at the bottom.

        I'll have an american and bacon on italian, and an onion and muenster on wheat, please.

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          justme123 Nov 27, 2009 10:38 AM

          too bad they don' t list apples as an 'add-on'...my favorite grilled cheese is sharp cheddar with apples on rye with some mustard (dijon)...mmmmmm

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            ratbuddy Nov 27, 2009 10:42 AM

            It strikes me as the type of place that would be happy to add apples to the menu. It would cost them almost nothing to keep a few crunchy green apples around. I gotta disagree on the rye and mustard thing, but apples and cheddar, mmmmm indeed.

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