Have you ever moved away from a place and longed for food from that favorite restaurant that you used to frequent? That is what happened to me when Ryan and I moved away from the Portland area. Ryan used to work in South East Portland and we would often go to lunch together at The Lucky Lab . It’s a typical pub with great beer and sandwiches and you can also bring your dog if you sit outside which is pretty cool. Whenever we would go I would always order the “Three Cheese Meltdown” on their menu. It would come perfectly grilled with 3 different kinds of cheese, salsa, mushrooms and pepperoncinis. This recipe is based on that sandwich.
If you have checked out my other Grilled Cheese Sandwich you can tell that I am a huge fan of more than just cheddar on my grilled cheese which is why this sandwich appealed to me so much. If you don’t care for the types of cheese I use go ahead and feel free to substitute your favorite. The Lucky Lab actually uses swiss cheese on their sandwich but I didn’t have any so I substituted provolone and it was just as delicious.
Since I can't make it to Lucky Lab to get the original Three Cheese Meltdown this is the perfect alternative. It is a great lunch or even dinner when served with Homemade Potato Chips. Enjoy!
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My name is Des. I’m a Mom to Kellan and Preston. Wife to Ryan. Dog mom to Pumpkin and lover of all things food. Whether it is cooking it, eating it, shopping for it or watching TV about it, food is one of my favorite things. Read more »
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