Top Places to Get Mac and Cheese in Tampa Bay

Top Places to Get Mac and Cheese in Tampa Bay

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Everyone loves mac and cheese. It's the little black dress of foods — perfect for every occasion, but accessorize it right and get ready for drop-dead glamor.

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    This is a good-times bar with 60 beers and 50 food items for $5 or less, food served in plastic baskets lined with paper without a lot of pomp and circumstance.
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    Shredded Parmesan and smoked Gouda are added to half-and-half, butter and a touch of garlic, then a drizzle of white truffle oil, the whole gooey thing tossed with toothsome quill pasta. It's in a section of the menu called sharable sides.
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    You can opt for it as an appetizer, the sensible thing to do ($8.99), or go all in as an entree ($16.95), served with fat spears of asparagus. As Oscar Wilde said, nothing succeeds like excess.
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    There's some green herbiness on the top, but the eyes go right to the crisp shards and bits of bacon atop spiral curls of cheese-swaddled pasta.
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    For some people mac and cheese means the blue box with the neon-orange powdered cheese sauce. For others it means the block that comes in the orange cardboard: Velveeta. Crowley's version is for the latter.
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    Noodles are cooked al dente, then it's all thrown together with a little prosciutto (not heavy-handed) and topped with bread crumbs that crisp up perfectly. Cost is $5. Add in $4 for a pulled pork slider and it's a dreamy meal.
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    The plain mac and cheese is elbows with Colby Jack, with a nice cheesy oomph to it; the jalapeno version (alright, this one is even better) is dotted with jalapeno, onion, tomato and bell peppers.
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    The pasta itself is sometimes elbows and sometimes shells, the sauce is creamy and white, with a faint oniony flavor, with crunchy, buttery bread crumbs browned on top.
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