This may be The Cheesecake Factory’s biggest deal yet – for $20 get dinner for two plus a slice of cheesecake to share! Every day until 4:30 pm through July 3, order online and for $20 you can get 2 double cheeseburgers, 2 orders of fries, 2 soft drinks and a slice of Oreo Dream Extreme Cheesecake! The Cheesecake Factory announced the deal on their website and on their Facebook page. The deal was scheduled to run through July 5, but “due to overwhelming demand” it’s been pulled back to the 3rd. So hurry in!
You’ll need to order online to get the deal. Click here to read the full terms (note some locations are not participating) and to start an order online.
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The Cheesecake Factory’s regular menu has something for everyone, from their famous lineup of cheesecakes and desserts to pasta, burgers, steak, seafood and more. They also serve lunch specials, Sunday brunch and a “Skinnylicious” menu with lighter fare. Click here for the complete scoop on the menu.
Do you want to show off your chef skills and make the famous Oreo Cheesecake at home? Follow the instructions on this video and see how it turns out!
National Cheesecake Day
The Cheesecake Factory celebrates National Cheesecake Day – July 30 – with a half-price deal on any slice of their famous namesakes.
About The Cheesecake Factory (from Wikipedia)
The Cheesecake Factory, Inc. is an American restaurant company and distributor of cheesecakes based in the United States. The company operates 210 full-service restaurants: 194 under The brand, 14 under the Grand Lux Cafe brand and 2 under the RockSugar Pan Asian Kitchen brand. It also operates two bakery production facilities—in Calabasas, California, and Rocky Mount, North Carolina—and licenses two bakery-based menus for other food service operators under The Cheesecake Factory Bakery Cafe marque. Its cheesecakes and other baked goods can also be found in the cafes of many Barnes & Noblestores.
David M. Overton, the company’s founder, opened the first restaurant in Beverly Hills, California, in 1978. The restaurant established the future chain’s pattern of featuring an eclectic menu, large portions, and signature cheesecakes.
If your craving a Cheesecake Factory favorite at home, they post home-style versions of some of their most popular dishes, such as Cajun Jambalaya Pasta and White Chicken Chili, on their official recipes website.