Grilled Cheese joint with literary namesake opens in Los Angeles
No two things in all things can seem only one;
Because two things so must be one thing alone.
Howbeit, reading of books and eating of cheese,
No two things, for some things, more like one than these.
These are the words of John Heywood, a 16th century English writer noted for his fondness of cheese. It's fitting that the writer is honored as namesake for Heywood Grilled Cheese, a new restaurant in the Silver Lake neighborhood of LA. Heywood Grilled Cheese will feature such constructions as "Not Quite a Classic," Double-Gloucester on sourdough, and even a vegan creation titled "Bill Clinton's Epiphany."