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If mac and cheese is your guilty pleasure, then check out these five cheesy must-tries across the city.
The Eagle, 790 N. High St.
- This southern comfort Short North restaurant is known for its mac and cheese with five cheeses + garlic breadcrumbs on top that is made in-house daily.
- Pro tip: Try “The Eagle Family Meal” for $21 and you can choose sides like mac and cheese paired with fried chicken for up to six people.
Legacy Smokehouse, 3987 Main St.
- Try the smoked mac and cheese or the “Haystack” with double mac and cheese, Fritos, and your choice of brisket or pork on top.
- Pro tip: If you have a group splitting a meal, try the “BigTex Sampler” with double mac and cheese topped with double beans, double coleslaw, two sausage links, a rack of ribs, one pound of brisket + one pound of pulled pork.
Arch City Tavern, 862 N. High St.
- The lobster mac and cheese is a menu classic, with cavatappi pasta topped with Atlantic lobster, smoked gouda, Mornay sauce, and chives.
- Pro tip: Pair a discounted drink with your mac and cheese Monday-Friday from 3-6 p.m. for happy hour.
Ray Ray’s Hog Pit, Multiple locations
- Grab a side of the housemade, very cheesy mac and cheese bowls + pair it with jerk chicken, brisket, or pork.
- Pro tip: You can schedule a pickup for bulk orders for your next big party.
The Old Mohawk, 819 Mohawk St.
- Order an entree of elbow macaroni with four creamy cheese blends baked to a golden brown finish.
- Pro tip: You can half the entree order if you want it as a side dish.