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The Cheesecake Factory

Forum Shops at Caesars
Caesars Palace
3500 Las Vegas Blvd. S. (Flamingo Rd.)
Las Vegas, NV 89109
702-792-6888
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Cuisine: American / Eclectic
This Cheesecake Factory is very lively --- translation: noisy, especially during performances of the Atlantis show.
Openings: Lunch & Dinner daily, Brunch Sun.

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The Cheesecake Factory, Las Vegas, NV


The Cheesecake Factory Restaurant Review:


The first Cheesecake Factory opened in Beverly Hills many years ago, when the founder tired of selling his mother's cheesecakes to restaurants and wanted to feature them in his own place. With all the experience and expertise gained through the years, the formula still packs in aficionados who believe the wait for a table is rewarded by a cheerful and hearty dining experience. This 21st restaurant in the chain debuted with much fanfare in Las Vegas in October 1997. Diners walk past the Forum Shops' aquarium and dramatic Fall of Atlantis animatronics show fronting its entrance. The eatery's ornate décor features pastel murals on its 40-foot-high ceilings, colorful columns, dark-wood booths and light-wood tables, and lots of plants. The Cheesecake Factory serves much more than cheesecake. Pan-fried pot stickers are served with soy dipping sauce; fried calamari with garlic dip and cocktail sauce. Try the Tex-Mex egg rolls filled with spicy chicken, corn, black beans, peppers, onions and melted cheese accompanied by avocado cream and salsa. Specialties include chicken and biscuits covered with country gravy and imaginative preparations of pizzas and burgers. We like the farfalle with chicken, pancetta, mushrooms, peas and caramelized onions in a roasted garlic-Parmesan cream sauce. Refresh your palate with the tiramisu laced with Marsala and coffee liqueur, or one of the chocolate desserts. Or choose one of the three-dozen cheesecake varieties.

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