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Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
September 23, 2011
From journal Limping through Las Vegas
St Catharines, Ontario
November 24, 2007
From journal Sin City 2007
San Francisco, California
June 27, 2005
The only thing I regret was not making it back to try some of their world-famous cheesecake. It's definitely on my list of things to do. They must have 25 different types of cheesecake.
This place is always very crowded, so if you don't have reservations, be prepared to wait half an hour for a table. But you're in the middle of the Forum Shops at Caesars, so it's not hard to find something to do.
From journal Viva Las Vegas!
June 21, 2005
From journal Second Trip to Las Vegas
March 3, 2005
From journal Honeymoon in Vegas
August 18, 2003
From journal Sharks in the Desert?
Fort Lee, Virginia
April 12, 2003
But obviously the best part of this restaurant is the cheesecake! The options are vast, I personnally recommend the Snickers Cheesecake, although my wife perfers the Oreo Cheesecake. Whatever you order I'm positive that you will enjoy it.
From journal Vegas for All Types
July 31, 2001
As is the case with all of their franchises, we waited on line for 45 minutes to get a table. I couldn't wait to get the Santa Fe Salad, my favorite, and my husband wanted to get the Caesar Salad Sandwich. Neither tasted as good as they always do in DC, so we were disappointed. Service was also pretty slow, which is also unusual. We decided to console ourselves with slices of their amazing cheesecakes. I got my favorite, Snickers, and it was as good as ever. My husband got the Oreo, and it was great, too.
We gave the restaurant a second try on our next trip to Vegas and ordered different entrees. Unfortunately, they were also mediocre. Having eaten at the Factory in Santa Monica, Denver, DC, and Florida, we know that this one is not up to par on its main courses. I recommend getting a slice of cheesecake to go (only a 15 minute wait) and enjoying it on the seats by the huge aquarium in the atrium. Slices start at about $6.00, so it's not a place to stop for cheap eats.
From journal Living it up in Las Vegas
Little Rock,, Arkansas
April 8, 2001
From journal Searching for Lost Vegas
July 27, 2006
From journal Week in Vegas