It ain’t easy being this cheesy — unless you’re Grill 910. If you’ve been pining for gourmet grilled cheese since the loss of Stacks Cheddar Truck (pour one out for the O.G.), then you’ll want to check out the operation that rolled on the scene this summer.
From the classic (above) to combos like barbecue chicken ranch, chipotle meatloaf and pimento bologna, Grill 910 has it — and fried pickles to go with it.
“I usually like to keep four to five cheeses on the menu,” owner Brad Taylor said. “I have a base of how I make the sandwich, and you can customize it with whatever kind fo cheese you want.”
Brad bought his no-frills truck last June and spent months overhauling it for Grill 910. The food truck game is brand new to Brad, but after watching lots of Food Network and spending time perfecting the craft in his own kitchen, he decided to go for it.
“I kind of choose what to make based on my own palette,” Brad said. “And hopefully people like what I come up with.”
The truck typically heads out on Saturdays from noon until 6 p.m. You can find them at the corner of U.S. 15-501 and McCaskill Road near Cox’s Double Eagle Harley Davison. For more updates on their whereabouts, follow them on Facebook.