Fo’Cheezy Twisted Meltz prepares for downtown St. Pete debut

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Fo’Cheezy Twisted Metlz has been satiating beach goers for more than a year now. The Twisted Melt Food Truck has helped expand the concept’s footprint beyond the sunny shores of St. Pete Beach. Co-founders Chef Robert Hesse and Craig Munroe are now ready to bring the melty concept to downtown St. Pete (111 3rd Street North), and they’re looking to hire folks now.

“We are hiring for line cooks, prep cooks, cashiers/servers, and food runners. Please bring your resume and be prepared to interview. No online applications will be accepted at this time.”

a grilled cheese sandwich with slices of meat in the middle
Photo via Fo’Cheezy

Fo’Cheezy Twisted Meltz filling 40 positions in downtown St. Pete

The Fo’Cheezy team will be interviewing applicants until 8pm on July 22 at their downtown St. Pete location.

The original location is located at 6305 Gulf Blvd. St. Pete Beach FL and is open 7-days-a-week, Thursday-Sunday, from 11am until 11pm, Friday-Saturday, from 11am until 3am.

Hesse has already teased a few of the savory melts diners can expect. A giant Cuban War Pig Melt pays homage to the Tampa Bay area’s favorite treat. A Skrimp Pimp Melt brings tasty shrimp to the pressed sandwich fray.

Addictive additions to the menu include bacon dog pops, waffle crispy chicken tenders, and Fo’Cheezy Mac.

a triple layer grilled cheese sandwich
Photo via Fo’Cheezy

Not Yo Mama’s melts

The goal is to create chef-inspired comfort food. Hesse wants to be a trendsetter in the culinary world with its innovate “Not Yo Mama’s” melts.

Diners can expect to enjoy street-to-table eats. Fo’Cheezy prides itself on using high quality, locally sourced ingredients, from artisan breads to the best from dairy farms.

Want to know where to get the best grilled cheese in the ‘Burg? Check out our full list here.

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Written by Andrew Harlan

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