It's the third annual event and this year it will have a special meaning. You get to enjoy a free sandwich but a portion of proceeds from any other purchases (side orders, desserts or if you decide you want a chicken fried steak) will be donated to the American Red Cross - North Texas Region for Dallas area tornado relief.
The offer is good for dine-in only customers at either of the two Dallas locations on Thursday, April 12, 2012 from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Norma's Cafe dine-in guests will each receive one free grilled cheese sandwich, featuring American cheese melted and grilled to perfection on buttered Texas toast. A portion of all purchases will benefit the American Red Cross - North Texas Region for tornado relief. No purchase necessary, sides not included.
Is it a Real Holiday?
The annual National Grilled Cheese Day is just the reason to celebrate. What exactly? Cheese, bread and butter of course. The gooey, cheesey is a perfect comfort food and popular among people of all ages.
Norma's Cafe in Oak Cliff, 1123 W. Davis Street, Dallas, Texas 75208 or Norma's Cafe in North Dallas 17721 Dallas Parkway #130, Dallas, Texas 75287.
More About Norma's Cafe
Norma's Cafe has been a Dallas tradition for more than 50 years. It can be described as home cookin', comfort food, a diner or cafe, or just plain good eats. Start with breakfast (eggs, pancakes, waffles, biscuits and gravy), linger over lunch (burgers, sandwiches, salads, blue plate specials) and delight over dinner (meat loaf, chicken fried steak, fried chicken, pot roast, fried catfish and more.
If you have a serious appetite, Thursdays specials include the Chicken Tetrazzini or the Beef Tips with Rice or Noodles.
Norma's is famous for its desserts and you will not want to miss their signature Mile High Cream Pie. It's only $2.99. Or celebrate with a slice of fruit pie ($3.99). Tantalize your tastebuds with yummy cakes (Italian Cream, Carrot Cake and more), cobblers, banana pudding, sundaes and more.
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