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The Cheesecake Factory
American Restaurant$$
Today 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
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Fashion Place 6223 State St Murray, UT 84107
6223 State StreetUSUtahMurray84107
$$American Restaurant, Takeout Restaurant
American Restaurant
Takeout Restaurant
Dessert Restaurant
Today 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 12:00 amSaturday 11:00 am – 12:00 amSunday 10:00 am – 10:00 pm
The Cheesecake Factory offers something for everyone featuring a wide variety of over 200 menu items prepared fresh to order each day, plus over 30 legendary varieties of the Finest Cheesecake.
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American chain restaurant offering sizable portions from a vast menu including signature cheesecake- Google
"The teriaki chicken was great along with their customer service and cheesecake!"
"Ordered lettuce wraps appetizer, my son found a bug in his."
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Aileen Rizzuto
in the last week
We had a reservation for 5pm seemed like we were first in the door, place was empty. we took about 10min to order what we wanted,I swear other people came in ordered got there food and left and we were still sitting there. 50 min later we got our food, the meatloaf was terrible by the way. Now to be fair some people liked the food. I'll sum it up as slow service ,food is blah!long wait times, I'll give it a two star because I did like my 8$ small piece of cheesecake , servers like the tips but seldom check on you, I think I'm going to call it cheeseflake factory. I won't be returning!
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Lori Kingston
2 months ago
Pretty underwhelming experience. We decided to give it a try on our anniversary. After reading pretty mixed reviews, we weren't sure what to expect. We didn't have to wait long, which was nice. I ordered the fettuccine alfredo, thinking that it couldn't be much of a risk, right? For $18.99 it should be great shouldn't it? When the server put it down in front of me, it looked pretty. That was about it. The pasta itself was very over-cooked and mushy. The alfredo sauce was really more of a soup. Normally you'd expect a creamy, rich sauce. Nope. It was about as good as the pasta from Domino's Pizza. The portion was pretty big, but come on. Pasta is not an expensive dish to serve, especially at that quality. I would've valued the dish at $10, and that is just because of the portion. My husband ordered the shepherd's pie, ($14.99) which he liked a lot, so it wasn't a total fail. We ordered our cheesecake to go, and it was good, but nothing very different or spectacular compared to cheesecake anywhere else. I also recommend that you request to sit in a booth, even if you have to wait longer. Otherwise, all the tables are crammed in together and you'll probably end up a foot and a half away from some squalling child. We might try it again, but the price-to-quality ratio was way off, so my advice it just go in for the cheesecake.
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Samantha Leeder
a month ago
Horrible service! Food was cold and dry. Love this restaurant normally but this is the 2nd time service and food was not up to par. Very disappointing. Will stick to only going to the city creek one.
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Greg Parry
in the last week
Enjoyed my meal but the waiter took my plate before I could finish my meal. I should have spoke up and said "I am not finished" however it would be nice if the waiters and waitresses would ask if you are finished before they take your plate away.
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Faith Othello
a month ago
I would give it a 2 1/2 if I could. I had always seen such huge lines there so I figured it might be a decent place to go. Finally on a Sunday afternoon when there wasn't a long line my husband and I went to try it out. We were surprised to see how 'fancy' it was trying to be and then we were given plastic mugs. Weird. There were 3 people behind the desk when we walked up and they all kept talking and just ignored us for a few minutes before they seated us. We were by no means greeted enthusiastically. The menu was excessively long and I was surprised to see ads being at such a 'fancy' restaurant. The prices reflected the 'fanciness' as well. We waited ages for our waitress to come back and get our orders and then, while we waited again, we went to use the restroom. When my husband came back our table had been bussed so they had to bring us new waters. We then waited while 3 people who had arrived after us received their main dishes and we still had not received our appetizer. Finally the waiter came and apologized and said the manager would come and talk to us. After we got our appetizer the manager came over told us to enjoy and said that the appetizer would be free considering how long we waited. We thankfully didn't have to wait as long for our meals. I ordered the Tomato Basil Pasta which was pretty good, I'd order it again. Our appetizers were mediocre at best. They don't know how to make sliders. My husband ordered the famous meatloaf thinking it would be good since they claimed it was famous. The meatloaf was weirdly sweet and had a weird after taste. It was also like mashed together baby food. It would be great if you had no teeth, but if like to chew your food this isn't for you. The potatoes were also sweet and they were very lumpy. We don't mind little lumps, but it had two very big chunks at least 1" in diameter. The lumps also had brown spots like the bad spots on the potatoes weren't cut off. We ordered the 30th anniversary chocolate cheesecake. They brought us a very small piece, but at least they said it would be free since we had such a long wait. The cheesecake was good but not worth the price so we were glad we got it for free. I would have given it it one star except they gave us the appetizer and the desert for free to make up for our horrible experience. The atmosphere and menu feels like they're trying too hard so I suppose the waitresses and cooks feel like they don't have to try at all.
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lucas john
4 months ago
I enjoy this place, especially for date night, it is pretty pricey, about a hundred bucks for two meals, appetizer, and dessert and two drink!... so its really pricey! ha. but what makes me keep coming back is the filet mignon! oh the best! no extra sauce needed, the meet is soft and juicy, just melts in your mouth! and I eat it medium well! haven't had better anywhere else.
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Brian Wilcox
4 months ago
Maybe this was a one-time experience kind of thing, but we got a $50 gift card to this place for Christmas and decided to go for my wife's birthday in April. When we got there, we stood at the counter and felt awkward for about a minute before the cashier acknowledged us. She didn't seem super busy, just very uninterested. Could have at least said hello and given a smile. We were seated fairly quickly, which was nice. Asked our waitress to just bring out some water for us to drink, and when she brought it out, there were some brown floaty bits in her water. We asked the waitress to bring back a clean glass and she just grabbed it and went. I don't think she should have gotten down on her knees and begged our forgiveness, but a polite acknowledgement that water shouldn't have had floaties in it would certainly have been in order. Also, they give you drinks in a clear plastic mug, which makes no sense in the theme of "nice restaurant" that they've obviously got going on. Seriously, the overall atmosphere is pretty good! If you are looking for something specific, you're fine. If you want to "browse" the menu, get ready for something like 25 PAGES of food! I felt like I had just gotten out of a really weird Lord of the Rings novel trilogy where Long Island Iced Tea Baggins has to take the seared lemon salmon and throw it into the fiery pit of Mount Cherry (cheesecake). 25 page menu? Seriously? "Honey, what do you think of the steak combo? The one with..." "I don't see the one you're talking about." "Oh. You're on steaks and seafood page 13. Go to steaks and seafood page 19." "Ah. There it is. Looks nice." And it was. The food was actually pretty good. Once we knew what we wanted, it was only a matter of ordering. The mashed potatoes had several baked potatoes still in them - that might just be how they do their mashed potatoes though, so I can't blame them too much for that. When the check came, the manager walking by grabbed it, our gift card, and our bank card for the remaining $12 or whatever it was (bill was about $62). He came back and informed us that there was no balance on the card and that he had charged all of it to our credit card instead. I really can't fault them for that, especially because there are absolutely people that would take an empty gift card and try to use it deceitfully, but it added to the already negative-ish weird experience. If I had known we'd be paying our own way for the meal, we would have gone to Red Lobster instead and gotten a less expensive and much better meal.
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Steffany Stevenson
2 months ago
didn't get my 5 star because they changed the name of their cheese cake from Stephanie to red velvet. so disappointing. just kidding it's just to crowded. Food is yummy!


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