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New Haven, Indiana
November 20, 2006
From journal Kansas City with the Girls
Bella Vista, Arkansas
April 22, 2005
From journal Weekend Getaway to Kansas City
Montgomery City, Missouri
April 7, 2003
The food portions are huge. I recommend that whatever you order, you share with a friend because you definitely have to save room for dessert. They are famous for their various desserts, and these are not just cheesecakes. However, if you can only choose one, the turtle cheesecake is my absolute to die for favorite.
I honestly believe the thing to do is go in with a large group of friends, skip dinner, and order a variety of desserts and keep passing them clockwise around the table. If you are still hungry, which I doubt, then actually ask for the menu and order some dinner items or at least something from the appetizer menu, which is also wonderful, to top off your dessert!
From journal The Seasons of Kansas City
St. Louis, Missouri
December 5, 2002
The menu is several pages with around 200 items on it--- ranging from omelettes, pizza, hamburgers, seafood, steaks and even more than 40 varieties of cheesecake. Reservations are not accepted, so be prepared for a long wait. But the portions are large and the food we had was very good (grilled sub-sandwich and cheesecake).
It's hard to miss The Cheesecake Factory in Kansas City. It sits prominently at the entrance to The Plaza. It's architecture is old world with a high tower and ornate walls. Inside is tastefully decorated and has a pleasing atmosphere.p>
The day we went it was quite chilly, but we sat outside to avoid a long wait for inside seating. There are several portable heaters on the outside porch. They looked somewhat like a light pole with heat radiating out of where the light would be. It was enjoyable sitting outside and watching the people wander around the Plaza.
From journal The City of Fountains
Overland Park, Kansas
September 1, 2000
From journal Kansas City for Kids