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Grilled Cheese Restaurant Opening Downtown

First brick-and-mortar Cheeseboy will begin operating this spring and is hiring about 30 people.

 

Grilled cheese company Cheeseboy is planning to open its first restaurant in the Downtown Crossing area, and the company is hiring new staff.

Founded in 2009, Cheeseboy: Grilled Cheese To Go is “America’s first quick-serve grilled cheese restaurant” and currently has to-go locations at South Station, Prudential Center and in the greater Boston area and in Rhode Island, New York and New Jersey.

“Cheeseboy is focused on serving delicious and affordable grilled cheese sandwiches made with high-quality ingredients, including bakery crafted breads, premium cheeses and fresh meat and veggie toppings,” according to a company press release. “Customers can order one of Cheeseboy's eight Signature Sandwiches or make their own. Hearty soups, snacks, desserts, fruit and beverages complete the menu.”

The new restaurant will be located in 1,200 sq. ft. of space at 280 Washington St., at the corner of Washington and School streets.

“We are proud to continue growing the Cheeseboy brand through opening our first brick-and-mortar location this spring,” Michael Inwald, founder and president of Cheeseboy, said in a press release. “We are committed to supporting the communities we serve and creating an environment at every Cheeseboy location—including in Downtown Crossing—that empowers our team members and allows them to put customers’ needs first.”

The company is planning to hire 30 team members for the new location. All applicants must be at least 16 years old. Applications can be submitted online at cheeseboy.com.

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