Why: Main Street Melts opened in July. The food truck provides gooey, grilled gourmet sandwiches, some of which are classic oriented and some are adventurous.What I tried: I had the Meltdown, and my dining companions had the Main Melt and the McBride. All the sandwiches were served with kettle chips.The Meltdown is made with beer-infused caramelized onions and fontina and gruyere cheese on parmesan crusted sourdough bread. The flavor of this sandwich reminded me somewhat of French onion soup. I especially liked how the grated parmesan gave a rich, crisp coating on the bread. The sandwich’s fillings were complex and deliciously appetizing together.Both of my dining companions thoroughly enjoyed their sandwich selections. The McBride is a creative sandwich — combining beef brisket, bacon, fontina cheese, chimichurri and crispy onions on a ciabatta roll. The Main Melt is made on sourdough bread and filled with bacon, American and cheddar cheese, tomato, avocado and thousand island dressing.We all agreed that the sandwiches did not have any shortcomings, and we will definitely return to try more.Atmosphere: Dining is accommodated either outside, picnic-table-style on a gravel surface, or inside Doomsday Brewing Safe House Taproom where an artistic, post-apocalyptic decor combines murals and simple elements to create a clubhouse feel. The ceiling is covered with wood pallets and the floor is speckled with paint. Tables are paired with lightweight aluminum chairs, and there are a few tall bistro tables and chairs in the bar area in addition to bar-side seating. Large screen TVs provide entertainment and are used in conjunction with group activities, such as trivia night.