CHECK OUT CHEESE WIZARDS FOR THE ULTIMATE LUNCH
In this “Travel Tween” article, I am writing about my favorite 5-star grilled cheese restaurant, Cheese Wizards in Seattle’s Queen Anne neighborhood.
The food at cheese wizards is PHENOMENAL, so I highly recommend eating there. At Cheese Wizards they have perfectly prepared grilled cheese sandwiches, such as: the goblin king (with emmentaler, swiss, and monterey jack cheeses, cream cheese, roasted red peppers, chicken breast, and mild siracha black pepper aioli); the Forest Spirit (with creamy dill havarti and mozzarella cheeses, ripened red tomatoes, fresh basil, and rich balsamic pesto aioli); Lord Voldemortadella (provolone and mozzarella, cream cheese, mortadella, salami, black forest ham, and herbed olive mortadella); and the Cheese Wizard (a classic buttery, cheesy, grilled sandwich). Each sandwich comes with a salad and you can also add delicious tomato soup or bacon. So overall, the food Is AMAZING. My favorite meal at Cheese Wizards is probably the classic grilled cheese (the Cheese Wizard) with a tomato soup and salad. I’m not saying that the other sandwiches are bad, it’s just that I’m vegetarian.
The environment in Cheese Wizards is very entertaining. The walls are decorated with medieval and fantasy props like cool battle axes and Darth Vader masks and posters. Although Cheese Wizards is small (there are 4 tables, but a lot of people order carry-out), there is a lot of enjoyment packed into it, and worth visiting.
Sadly, Cheese Wizards only has one permanent location, which is 3204 15th Ave W Seattle, WA, 98119. But, they also have a food truck, so you can just visit their website for the daily mobile locations.
Tuesday: 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
Wednesday thru Saturday: 11:00 am – 8:00 pm
Cheese Wizards is, sadly, closed on Sundays and Mondays.
NOTE TO ADULTS
You can sometimes find parking in front of Cheese Wizards on the Dravus/15th ramp, but if you strike out, look for neighborhood street parking on 14th Ave W and walk down to 15th Ave W.
About the blogger/photographer: My name is Bella Stephens, and I am a 5th grader who loves to explore Seattle and the Pacific Northwest with my parents and friends. Currently, some of my favorite PNW places to visit are Seattle's MoPOP and Kubota Japanese Garden, Vancouver, BC, and the North Cascades Institute and Sun Mountain Lodge in Northeastern Washington. I plan to write regularly about my adventures and hope the articles inspire the young at heart to prompt their legal guardians to get out and experience the beautiful PNW.