More than 30 varieties of the signature dessert make up only a part of this chain restaurant's gigantic international menu..
Oddball architecture--curving surfaces and colorful light fixtures--and thick-as-a-book menus distinguish this restaurant from other eateries. The encyclopedic menu spans the globe with enormous American interpretations of dishes like pad thai, shrimp tacos, miso salmon, pasta Milanese and a slate of appetizers, sandwiches, entrees and desserts too extensive to list. The namesake cheesecakes, ranging from original to peanut-butter-cup-fudge ripple, are over the top in both concept and decadence.
Don't miss Cheesecake Factory!!!. My first time there was in July 05. Wow, what a nice place. Lots to look at. great decor, huge menu, great service....we all felt pampered, even though the place was packed. The food was delicious. The other reviewer is correct...they don't pronounce bruschetta correctly, nor do they say dulce with the correct "ch" sound, but does it really matter????? My sister from Sicily didn't get offended. Can't wait to go again, since we didn't realize there was so much right on the same block to do. Easy parking, too.
You are paying for the Ambience. We waited 2 hours to get in one evening just to enjoy some delicious cheesecake. The food was average at best and over priced. The midwestern US waiter saw fit to incorrectly "correct" my Italian pronounciation of the word Bruschetta (I am from Italy). But the biggest letdown was the cheesecake. Is'nt this place called the "Cheesecake Factory"? Average at best. And for over 5 dollars a slice you can find better cheesecake elseware without snobby waiters and the long wait.
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