Hamburgers | Sandwich Shop | Vegan-Friendly | Vegetarian
One of the best

Toasted is a formulaic restaurant, and what a fine little formula it is. The theme is grilled cheese sandwiches. Options range from “The 101,” which is simply cheddar and tomato, to the likes of “Truffle Melt” (Havarti, truffle oil, and arugula) and “Braised Brisket” (Fontina, brisket, BBQ sauce, and caramelized onions). For $1 extra, you can add bacon or a fried egg to any sandwich. Side dishes include apple compote, which goes so well with anything cheesy, and French fries flavored with a heady perfume of rosemary and truffle oil. Mac ‘n’ cheese, a house specialty, is a beguiling blend made with Jarlsberg, cheddar, and gruyere,

The sandwiches are made using tiles of significant bread and enough griddle grease to create a wickedly rich handful that oozes just enough to provide great eye appeal but remain wieldy.

There is a whole array of cheeseburgers, bacon cheeseburgers, and turkey burgers, plus a vegan menu of pretend-cheese sandwiches, pretend-meat burgers, and salads.

Toasted is the brainchild of Jeff Yarmuth, who made Sonny’s Real Pit Bar-B-Q into a national success, and there can be little doubt that this currently single restaurant is a bellwether for future expansion. Despite a ready-to-franchise fast-food look that includes an amusing periodic table of cheeses decorating one wall, it is a warm and friendly place with staff who really seemed proud of what they are doing. When our server learned that we were from out of town, she made us promise to tell folks back home all about the good food served at Toasted.

What to Eat
Toasted, Fig & Goat Sandwich
Fig & Goat Sandwich
Sweet figs and honey balance Havarti and goat cheese in this signature sandwich.
Toasted, Apple Compote
Apple Compote
Apples go so well with cheese ... and with grilled cheese sandwiches. This warm apple compote, which our server described as 'like apple pie, but without the crust,' was a fine semi-healthful alternative to Toasted's wickedly good French fries.
Toasted, As Gouda as it Gets Sandwich
As Gouda as it Gets Sandwich
Smoked Gouda cheese, pulled chicken, red peppers and filaments of garlicky spinach give this sandwich a hearty, kaleidoscopic taste appeal.
Directions and Hours
closed now
Sunday11am - 9:30pm
Monday11am - 9:30pm
Tuesday11am - 9:30pm
Wednesday11am - 9:30pm
Thursday11am - 9:30pm
Friday11am - 9:30pm
Saturday11am - 9:30pm
This restaurant is featured in the following eating tours.
9 stops | 2 hr 8 min total driving
Open Year Round
Meals Served
Lunch, Dinner
Credit Cards Accepted
Alcohol Served
Outdoor Seating

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