Beware of the cheesecake! It's so rich, I have trouble sharing a SINGLE SLICE with someone else. Unless you're used to eating that kind of rich confection, make sure to split the slice with at least two people or go for something lighter.
Service is good. It gets crowded on weekends. There are lots of families and friends who like to do lunches on the weekends, so you will probably end up having to wait a while. They will give you a pager that will buzz you when your table is ready.
Cheesecake Factory is right next to a harbor. You can eat outside and look at the boats docked outside or eat inside. People like to eat outside, but it's really crowded. You'll be jostling elbows with your party or overhearing conversations from the next table as there is no music to drown that out. I prefer eating in unless I'm with someone who really likes eating out.
On cold days or nights, they light the heat lamps for the tables outside. The tables are not covered by tablecloths, so I am always careful to put my silverware on my plate or napkin.
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by Greek Kat
South Bay, California
October 23, 2004
There's outdoor and indoor sitting - if you choose to sit outdoors, there's heat lamps to keep you nice and toasty so don't worry. The wait for seating outside is usually a less so don't worry about sitting outside.
There's something on the menu for everyone here: pasta, burgers, sandwichs, pizzas, Mexican food, salads - you name it, they've got it!
If you don't have time to sit and eat at the restaurant, you can always go in and take out and enjoy back at your hotel room.
From journal Sunny Redondo Beach
by E. B.
March 9, 2003
From journal Redondo Beach, Not Just Your Surfers Here